Receiving a scholarship gives you enough time to focus on your studies. Keeping this in mind, the University of Glasgow is presenting the FINTECH Scholarships programs in the UK.

These educational opportunities are available for all the UK, EU, and International aspirants in order to take the master’s degree program at the Adam Smith Business School at the university.

University or Organization: The University of Glasgow

Department: The Adam Smith Business School

Course Level: Master’s

Award: £10,000

Access Mode: Online

Number of Awards: Ten grants are available

Nationality: The UK, EU, and International

The program can be taken in the UK

Language: English


  • Eligible Countries: The participants from the UK, EU, and Overseas are eligible.
  • Acceptable Course or Subjects: Available for pursuing Masters degree program in the field of Financial Technology at the university.
  • Admissible Criteria: You must hold an offer to a postgraduate degree program and ready to demonstrate academic excellence and achieve grades.

Method of Application: For this eye-catching opportunity, you need to be enrolling in a master’s degreeprogram at the university. After being enrolled you will be automatically considered for the grant, no formal application is required.

  • Supporting Documents: A copy of official degree transcripts, a copy of an official academic transcript, language ability certificate, one reference letter, and a copy of the photo page of the passport.
  • Admission Requirements: An ideal participant must achieve grades equivalent to a UK 2.1 Honours or better.
  • Language Requirement: The candidates coming from non-English language background are advised to demonstrate the English language ability through the TOEFL or IELTS test.

Benefits: The educational will provide 4 x £10,000 for international students and 6 x £5,000 for UK/EU students towards the tuition fee discount.

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Application Deadline: July 31, 2019, for International applicants and August 25, 2019, for the UK and EU candidates.