Monday, February 24, 2014

[DMANET] MSc scholarships at Dept. of Management Science, Strathclyde Business School

Scholarships in MSc Operational Research and MSc Business Analysis and Consulting

University of Strathclyde Business School
Department of Management Science

We have scholarships available for our full-time MSc Operational Research and MSc Business Analysis and Consulting courses in the academic year 2014/15. Each scholarship will be worth £7,000. Students with any nationality are eligible to apply. We will award two scholarships.

The applicants are strictly required to have a First Class Honours (undergraduate) degree, or equivalent (that is, a minimum 3.5 GPA in a 4.0 GPA system, or a minimum 90% average, or a minimum average of A- in a letter system).

Applicants for MSc Operational Research should have their degree in a numerical subject, including but not limited to Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, Engineering and Economics. Applicants for MSc Business Analysis and Consulting could have their degree from a broader selection of subjects, including but not limited to business, economics, engineering or the social sciences.

All applicants should follow the online MSc application procedure of the department (please see the links below). After submitting their online application, the applicants are required to send an email to with a title "Strathclyde Man Sci MSc Scholarships - Applicant #", where "#" should be replaced by the online application number of the applicant (provided by Pegasus online system).

Applications not satisfying eligibility requirements or not following the above guidelines will be disregarded.

The application deadline is 15 April 2014, 17:00 GMT.

Informal enquiries can be directed to

For more information about the courses, please refer to:

To start your online application, please follow the links through "Apply Now" and make sure to select the "Full Time" application starting in September 2014.

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