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The Glendowan Scholarship

Deadline: Not specified
Level of Study
Undergraduate
Funding Amount
£1500
Application Status
Open

Eligibility summary

  • NationalityAll
  • Level of StudyUndergraduate

Overview

Applicants must be full-time second year undergraduate students in the School of Law.

The Study USA Programme, formerly known as the Business Education Initiative, takes pre-final year students from Northern Ireland's two universities to the USA to study Business for a full academic year at a university or college that has an affiliation to one of the main Christian churches in the USA - Roman Catholic, Presbyterian, Methodist and Episcopalian.  It is open to students in any discipline.

Students apply in the first semester of their second year via an online application form.  Shortlisting is in accordance mainly with academic grades.  Shortlisted students undergo a criteria based interview (for Study USA) and are selected in accordance with their performance in it.

This scholarship will go to the successful student with the best academic performance since the commencement of their degree.

Further Information

Funding Towards

Miscellaneous

Funding Body

School of Law

Funding Amount

£1500

An award of £1500 will be made on an annual basis to one undergraduate student in the School of Law participating in the Study USA programme.

Number of Awards

One award per annum from 2018-19 for 5 years.

Funding Body

School of Law

Terms and Conditions

One award will be made per annum.  In the event of a tie break, the School of Law will take into account rankings from the programme selection interviews.

Eligibility

Applicants must be full-time second year undergraduate students in the School of Law.

Funding Type

Help with current course

Fee Status

Any

Nationality

All

Study Level

Undergraduate

Start Date

Fri, 24 Apr 2020 11:01:41 BST

Contact Us

law.office@qub.ac.uk

Tel: (028) 9097 3597

How to Apply

Studentst apply in the first year of their second year via an online application form.