Apply to win a
$15,000 Study Abroad
Scholarship in Scotland
This scholarship is now closed. The good news is that we run scholarships
to different countries throughout the year! Sign up to be the first to know:
Where can I study?
There are 13 participating Scottish Universities. See the application guide for the full list.
Did You Know: Four of Scotland's universities were featured in the top 200 of The Times Higher Education World University Rankings.
How do I apply?
- Research the participating programs
- Select your top 3 choices on the application
- Submit a short essay and upload a creative #ScotlandIsNow photo
Applications are due by February 10th, 2019.
Why Study Abroad in Scotland?
Scotland has a world-renowned education system, top-class universities and a reputation for producing creative thinkers. That's why 50,000+ students from over 180 countries choose to study in Scotland every year.
Scotland is famous throughout the world for its incredible warmth and unbeatable hospitality. Although they have a strong national identity, this doesn’t stop them from embracing new cultures and new people.
Once the lectures are over and the books are away, it’s important to make the most of your free time. Scotland is a hotbed of culture and they have a well-earned reputation for putting on a party, eating well and having a great time.
Scotland is home to seven vibrant, distinct and unique cities that are the perfect blend of ancient architecture and modern living. No matter which one you choose, you’re guaranteed an experience that you’ll never forget.
With easy access to its coasts, country and mountains, Scotland ignites a passion for adventure, including hiking, mountain biking, skiing, surfing, and climbing. No matter what, there are plenty opportunities to see Scotland’s stunning sights from a whole new angle.
Future Proof Yourself
Setting you up for success, no matter what career, a Scottish education will set you apart in an increasingly competitive global market. More than 85% of employers stated that they were ‘very satisfied’ with the readiness of graduates from Scottish universities.