• Bursaries

    Carnegie Cameron Bursaries support one year Postgraduate Masters...

  • Andrew Carnegie

    Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1901, the Trust supports the staff and students of the Scottish universities ...

  • Undergraduate Seminar

    Funding for tuition fees is available to undergraduates through our Fee Assistance scheme ...

  • Vacation scholarships

    Student participating in lab research at the University of Strathclyde...

  • Research Incentive Grants

    Research Incentive Grants support short research projects of excellent quality.

Closing dates

15th July 2015, 5PM

Carnegie Centenary Professorships

15th September 2015, 5PM

Research Incentive Grants

1st December 2015, 5PM

Undergraduate Fee Assistance

 



 


Latest News

  • Chair and Trustees recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List

    15 Jun

    We are delighted to see our Chair, Professor Anne Glover and two Trustees, Iain McMillan and Peter Downes recognised in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.

  • Annual Report and Accounts 2013-14

    10 Jun

    The Annual Report and Accounts for 2013-14 provide details of the Trust's grantmaking activities during the past financial year.

  • Records of former grant recipients

    08 Jun

    Over the years, the Trust has funded thousands of undergraduate and postgraduate students in the Scottish universities. Today we rely on a database but the index cards used to record the awards made from 1901 to the early 2000s have been preserved electronically. We are now making it possible for former grant recipients, or their descendants, to request a scanned copy of the index card relating to them.

  • "Bugs 'R Us: The role of microbes in health, disease, and society”, Carnegie Centenary Lecture with Prof Brett Finlay

    04 Jun

    Thursday 25th June, 6pm, Kelvin Gallery, University of Glasgow. Microbes, including bacteria play a major role in both infectious diseases and human health.  New technologies have allowed us unprecedented insights into how these organisms affect our health.  This lecture will provide an overview of this area, including infectious pathogens, and the remarkable role we now realize the microbiota plays in how we function, and even affecting society.