Glasgow is part of the newly formed Cop26 Universities Network, a growing group of over 80 universities working together to promote a zero-carbon future. Alongside vital research being carried out by our academics, Glasgow recognises that urgent action is needed on our campuses, and we aim to be carbon neutral by 2030. We believe that the climate emergency can only be addressed by implementing long-term sustainability policies and our Green Glasgow strategy details our action plan for the next decade.
In recognition of the vital need for action to combat the climate emergency the University of Glasgow is excited to launch our Climate Leadership Scholarships. We have 20 scholarships available to UK students entering any of our Colleges on a PGT programme which engages with the climate emergency.
To be eligible applicants must:
- demonstrate an interest in combating climate change - whether it be within clean energy, biology, architecture, economics, business, health, agriculture, law, political science, journalism, anthropology, or any other relevant field.
- be holding a conditional or unconditional offer for a full-time, one-year master’s programme for September 2022 entry.
- be classed as Home or RUK students for fee purposes.
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As a world-changing research-led University we are committed to supporting the next generation of researchers working across disciplines to address the climate emergency.
Applicants holding offers must apply via the online scholarship application form for this scholarship.
The application deadline is 30th June 2022. Shortlisted candidates will be reviewed by the Selection Panel and applicants will be informed of the outcome by 29th July 2022.