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The Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Scholarships at the University of Edinburgh in the UK for 2023

Application is now open for The Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Scholarships at the University of Edinburgh. Interested applicants are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.

About the University of Edinburgh and Scholarship

The University of Edinburgh is the second-most popular university in the UK by volume of applications; it has the seventh-largest student body in the country and gets over 75,000 undergraduate applications annually. For new entrants in 2020, Edinburgh earned the eighth-highest average UCAS points among British institutions. The institution belongs to the Sutton 13 group of top-ranked British universities as well as the Russell Group of research-driven British institutions.

As a founding member of Una Europa and Universitas 21, two international organizations of research-intensive institutions, it is the only British university to be a member of both the Coimbra Group and the League of European Research institutions. For teaching and research, the institution continues to have close relations with the nearby Heriot-Watt institution. The 2021 Aggregate Ranking of Top Universities, a league table based on the three most important global university rankings, ARWU, QS, and THE, placed Edinburgh 24th overall and 5th in the UK. Edinburgh was placed 32nd overall and 5th in the United States in the 2022 U.S. News & World Report.

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Three online learning master’s scholarships will be made available by the Anne Rowling Clinic to candidates beginning their programs in translational neurology and stem cells in the academic year 2023–2024.

Details about The Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Scholarships at the University of Edinburgh:

Scholarship Sponsor: The Anne Rowling Clinic

Scholarship Value: One award will cover 60 credits towards your module fees, and two will cover 30 credits worth of course fees.

Number of awards: 3

Study level: Postgraduate

Host Institution(s): University of Edinburgh

Eligibility Criteria for The Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Scholarships Qualification

The scholarships will be given to applicants who are approved for admission to the University of Edinburgh’s online postgraduate Stem Cell and Translational Neurology Certificate, Diploma, or Masters program for the 2023–2024 academic year. Candidates must already have received an offer of admission to the University of Edinburgh and must have accepted or be planning to accept that offer wholeheartedly.

Furthermore, only candidates who are citizens of the nations listed below will be considered for the International Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Award (there is only one award available):

? Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology International Scholarship – eligible countries (14.23 KB Word)

Please note: All candidates, regardless of country, are eligible for the two Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Scholarships.

Students who are already enrolled in a program of study that qualifies for the scholarship may also apply, but they will not be given another scholarship if they are already receiving one and are continuously using it.

Criteria

Academic merit will mostly be used to determine who receives the scholarship. A brief essay of no more than 500 words that explains the need for the award, the applicant’s reasoning, and their reflections is required.

Application Process for The Anne Rowling Clinic Regenerative Neurology Scholarships

  • Claimants must be enrolled in a master’s degree program at the university to apply to the fund. The online bursary application form is accessible through the MyEd web-based information portal after you have been admitted.
  • Documents in Support: A motivational letter, statement of goal, recommendation letter, transcripts, and CV can be requested.
  • You must possess a bachelor’s degree certificate in the pertinent subject area to be admitted to a postgraduate program.
  • Language Requirements: All applicants must possess a basic command of the English language.

Please contact the Stem Cells and Translational Neurology program directly at stemcell-msc@ed.ac.uk for further information on how to apply.

The Application Deadline is: Monday 21st August 2023

Not interested in this particular scholarship? See other UK scholarships here.

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