The Karen Napier Masters Degree Scholarship is offered charitably by Karen Napier in partnership with the University of Stirling Management School. The scholarship is awarded in memory of Karen, who was a graduate of the MSc in Investment Analysis at University of Stirling.
||Level: Postgraduate (Masters)|||Institution(s): University of Stirling|
||Location: UK (Scotland)|||Field(s): Accounting, Finance|
||Target: All|||Deadline(s): 31 May, 2017|
Each Karen Napier Scholarship will take care of the students’ tuition fees (Home/EU), and maintenances to the tune of £3,500. In the event that a Scholarship is awarded to an overseas fee paying applicant, the balance will be paid up by the Accounting and Finance Division. The value is £18,100 for overseas students; and £11,250 for Home/EU students.
The university’s Management School is committed to investing in academically talented students, enabling them to further their education for globally recognised qualification in the MSc Investment Analysis on offer at the University of Stirling.
Potential awardees for the Karen Napier Masters Degree Scholarship may be of any nationality but must have obtained or expect to obtain an offer (conditional or unconditional) of a place on the MSc in Investment Analysis programme for September 2017.
Applications may be submitted for the Scholarships along with the programme application, but only those who obtain a place on the course will be eligible for the Scholarship competition. The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and the strength of applicants’ personal statement and references.
How to apply for the Karen Napier Masters Degree Scholarships
Complete an application form for the Karen Napier Masters Degree Scholarship, ensuring that all sections are answered correctly. You can download the 2017/18 Application Form here (pdf). You will be required to provide a statement of 500 words on how the scholarship would help you, and what your career goals are for the next five year period after your graduate.
I would advice that you pay particular attention to the section which requires a statement on why the Scholarship would help you, and what your career or educational aims are for the five year period after you graduate from the Investment Analysis course.
You can also visit the scholarship announcement page for further information.