Data Lab Scholarships for MSc Data Analytics and MSc Business Analysis and Consulting

With generous funding from the Data Lab, we have 15 scholarships towards tuition fees for the MSc Data Analytics and MSc Business Analysis and Consulting 2017 entry (full-time only).

Applications are open to Scottish and EU students only, and each scholarship will be worth £9500, covering the full tuition fee. The application deadline is 31st May 2017.

  • Number of scholarships 15
  • Value £9500
  • Opens 1 March 2017
  • Deadline 31 May 2017
  • Help with Tuition fees

Eligibility

You're expected to have (or near completion of) an Upper Second Class Honours (undergraduate) degree, or equivalent (a minimum 3.2 GPA in a 4.0 GPA system, or a minimum 85% average, or a minimum average of B+ in a letter system).

Final year undergraduate students are eligible to apply.

Candidates interested in applying for these prestigious scholarships are required to provide a brief statement (up to 300 words) which should clearly articulate their interest in the growing area of data science and analytics and their reasons for applying for the scholarship.

Applicants must have an offer of a place on the programme.

  • MSc BAC students are required to take the MS980 Business Analytics elective module.
  • Strictly UK/EU students only.
  • Attendance at Data Lab Events expected.

Further Information

For more information about the courses, take a look at:

For admissions into the programmes, please visit: www.strath.ac.uk/studywithus

Please note

Please be advised that this scholarship is administered by Data Lab. If you're successful in your application then some information will be shared with Data Lab. This is a condition of scholarship. Your contact details i.e. name and University email address will be provided by the University toData Lab, for the purposes of administering the MSc course. The ESF Participant Form which you must complete advises that your data will be used by the University for ‘reporting and monitoring purposes and shared with relevant agencies.’ The ‘relevant agencies’ in this instance are Data Lab and the Scottish Funding Council.