• Andrew Carnegie

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

  • Nobel prize winners

    Max Born, one of the Nobel laureates whose research was supported by the Carnegie Trust. View our Gallery of Nobel prize winners to learn more...

  • Undergraduate Seminar

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

  • Bursaries

    Carnegie Cameron Bursaries support one year Postgraduate Masters...

  • Research Incentive Grants

    Research Incentive Grants support short research projects of excellent quality.

  • PhD Scholars Gathering

    Carnegie-Caledonian PhD Scholars Gathering...

Closing dates

15th July 2016, 5pm

Carnegie Centenary Professorships

15th September 2016, 5PM

Research Incentive Grants

1st December 2016, 5pm

Undergraduate Fee Assistance

Latest News

  • Annual Trustee's Report 2014-15 05 May

    Our Lastest Annual Trustee's Report is now available to read online.  You can find it here

  • Carnegie-Cameron Bursaries 2016-17 25 Feb

    The Trust is pleased to announce that 100 Carnegie-Cameron Bursaries have been allocated across 15 Scottish universities for academic year 2016-17. The Bursaries support the cost of tuition fees for one year full-time (or two years part-time) postgraduate programmes leading to a Masters degree. The maximum value of a Bursary is £4,000.

  • Meet our grant holders 23 Feb

    Recently we've been adding new areas to the Trust's website where you can read more details about the research and people we fund. In particular we are highlighting projects undertaken by our PhD Scholars and by academics funded through the Research Incentive Grants. 

  • Carnegie PhD Scholar awarded Robertson Medal 2016 09 Feb

    On Friday 5th February, Damien Anderson, PhD candidate in Computer and Information Sciences at the University of Strathclyde received the Robertson Medal for academic year 2015-16. The silver medal is awarded each year to the Scholarship candidate judged to be the most outstanding of that year’s competition. The medal was introduced in 2003 to mark the contribution of the retiring Chairman of the Trust, Sir Lewis Robertson, who served the Trust for over 40 years.