Lou Dear (PhD candidate, University of Glasgow) was awarded the Robertson Medal 2013-14 in a presentation on 26th February.
The Trust is pleased to announce that 100 Carnegie-Cameron Bursaries for One Year Postgraduate Masters have been allocated across 15 Scottish universities for academic year 2014-15.
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Support is available to undergraduate students at Scottish universities for tuition fees and student led projects
The Fee Assistance scheme covers the cost of tuition fees for students who do not have access to government funding.
Bursaries and Scholarships offer opportunities for taught and research study at postgraduate level
The Carnegie-Cameron Bursary offers tuition fee funding to students on one-year postgraduate degrees that will enhance their employability and career prospects.
The prestigious Carnegie/Caledonian and Henry Dryerre PhD Scholarships are awarded for up to three years of doctoral research.
Funding for postgraduate study in the United States is available through the St Andrew’s Society of the State of New York Scholarships.
Research grant schemes aim to provide financial support to academic staff
Individual projects of high quality and potential, which require field work or travel, are supported through the Small Research grants.
Financial support is also available towards Publication and Illustration costs.
The Larger Grants fund new collaborative research that explores significant topics in any academic field.
The Carnegie Centenary Professorships stimulate international exchanges by funding World class overseas academics wishing to come to Scotland.