The University of Greenwich Scholarship Opportunity in the UK is open for the 2023/2024 semester. This scholarship is available to the School of Accounting, Finance and Economics through the Postgraduate Research Scholarship Information programme. This scholarship is open to international and domestic students.
The University of Greenwich is a public university located in London and Kent, United Kingdom. Previous names were Woolwich Institute of Technology and Thames Institute of Technology. The University’s main campus is at the Old Royal Naval College, along with the Avery Hill campus in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.
University or Organization: University of Greenwich
Department: Accounting, Finance & Economics
Course Level: Postgraduate Research
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: NA
Nationality: International and Domestic
Eligible countries: All UK nationals and overseas students are eligible to apply.
Acceptable courses or subjects: Students may apply to the University of Greenwich’s postgraduate courses in Accounting, Finance and Economics.
Eligibility Criteria: To be admitted, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
- The applicants must have previous research experience (e.g., undergraduate or taught master’s dissertation).
- The applicants must have experience, prior knowledge of Stata, and prior research using the Synthetic Control Method.
- The applicants must understand the fundamental differences between a taught degree and a research degree in terms of approach and personal discipline/motivation, able to, under guidance, complete independent work successfully.
Scholarship Application Guidelines
Application Process: Applicants must submit an online application for admission. Students must upload all supporting evidence in a single PDF file in the eligibility section of the application form for consideration.
Evidence: Students must submit the following documents to the University:
Your complete form resume
two letters of recommendation
IELTS (English language certificate, if an international applicant)
Entry requirements: Applicants must possess a first or second-class honours degree, first-class (upper second-class) or taught master’s degree with a minimum average of 60% in all grade areas (UK or UK equivalent) in a relevant field planned research project.
Language Requirements: Students must provide scores from the following English language tests:
- IELTS – 6.5
The University of Greenwich offers selected candidates Year 1: £17,668 (FT); Year 2: Based on UKRI rates; Year 3: Based on UKRI rates. In addition, successful candidates will be paid tuition fees at the University’s local rate for the duration of the scholarship, currently £4,596 (FT). This fee increases every year. International applicants must pay the remaining tuition fees towards the scholarship.