Scholarships at Glasgow Caledonian University
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With a US Common Good Scholarship from Glasgow Caledonian University, you can study in Glasgow or London – two of the top 5 UK cities for international visitors (Office of National Statistics 2016).
The US Common Good Scholarship is worth between $2500 and $4700 (approx). This guarantees US students will pay a maximum of £9000 tuition fees at our Glasgow or London campus, for specific postgraduate programs.
You will receive high-quality postgraduate education from leading academics in their fields, while enjoying affordable tuition fees and an affordable cost of living. We advise students to expect a cost of living of around $25,000 per year in Glasgow and $28,000 per year in London. This cost can be further offset, as you also have the option of working part-time.
Program duration is 12 months - check individual programs for details of what you'll study and the overall course structure.
Both our Glasgow and London campuses are centrally located with direct flights between New York and Glasgow or London in just over 6 hours.
Who can apply
Applicants must apply and be accepted for study on one of our prestigious Common Good focused graduate programmes.
Scholarships are awarded against tuition fees when a conditional or unconditional offer is made. The award will automatically be allocated when you are offered a place on your chosen programme, ahead of the time of invoicing.
To start your application for a US Common Good Scholarship, simply choose from the list of eligible programs below and click on "Apply Now".
MSc International Banking, Finance and Risk Management - London campus
MSc International Banking, Finance and Risk Management - Glasgow campus
MSc Social Innovation - Glasgow campus
MSc Climate Justice - Glasgow campus
MSc International Fashion Marketing - Glasgow campus
MSc Fashion Business Creation - London campus
MSc Luxury Brand Marketing - London campus
MSc Fashion and Lifestyle Marketing - London campus
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