The SOCAR Scholarship at Robert Gordon University is presently accepting applications and It is fully financed.
Robert Gordon University and Scholarship Information
Robert Gordon University, also known as RGU or Oilthigh Raibeart Ghrdain in Scottish Gaelic, is located in Aberdeen, Scotland. Wealthy Aberdeen businessman Robert Gordon founded it in the 18th century, and in 1992 it changed its status to become a university. In the 19th and early 20th centuries, there were many adult and technical education institutions. One of the two universities in the city is this one; the other is the University of Aberdeen. Garthdee, to the southwest of the city, is home to the sole RGU campus in Aberdeen. RGU is a university with a campus.
The university awards degrees in a variety of fields, including the academic disciplines spanning from BA/BSc to Ph.D. that are most pertinent to business and industry. Also available are a number of traditional academic degree programs, including those in the social sciences. The academic and research staff at the institution also carry out research in a range of disciplines.
The university is the offspring of the different educational establishments that sprung up in Aberdeen to provide technical, vocational, and artistic instruction to adults, primarily in the evenings and part-time. In the middle of the 18th century, Robert Gordon’s Hospital was founded to give the underprivileged a foundational education and a decent start in life.
After numerous mergers between these institutions, it was initially named as Robert Gordon’s Technical College, and then, after additional changes, Robert Gordon’s Institute of Technology received its new name in 1965. It thereafter began to conduct more research and provide degree-level education. It transitioned to university status in 1992. Today, it mostly offers day sessions to full-time students. Contrary to many contemporary institutions in the UK that were founded as a result of political developments in 1992, there has never been a polytechnic, which was never a part of the Scottish educational system.
The Guardian placed first in Scotland for four topics in 2017 (health professions, journalism, architecture, and pharmacy), and third in the UK for three additional topics, according to the topic league tables. The Sunday Times ranked RGU the best modern university in the UK in its 2012 University Guide.The award has been won by Oxford Brookes University each of the preceding ten years. In addition to evaluations on the quality of its research and teaching, RGU received the 2012 prize because it had the best employment record of any UK institution. RGU was named the best modern institution in the UK in The Times Good institution Guide’s 2013 edition.
The SOCAR Scholarship Program was established by the State Oil Company of the Republic of Azerbaijan (SOCAR) to provide financial aid to Azeri students attending top colleges abroad. RGU is thrilled to host a number of SOCAR-funded students in Aberdeen each year. Robert Gordon University engineering students enrolled in their undergraduate, graduate, or postdoctoral programs are eligible to apply. Administration of the SOCAR Scholarship Program by the company’s training department in Baku.
SOCAR Scholarship information at Robert Gordon University:
- Scholarship Sponsor: State Oil Corporation of the Republic of Azerbaijan SOCAR
- Full tuition, visa fees, living expenses, and transportation costs are covered by the scholarship.
- Awards given: N/A
- Undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral levels of study
- Robert Gordon University is one of the hosting institutions.
- Education: Engineering
Criteria for SOCAR Scholarship Eligibility
- Azerbaijani students enrolling full-time in on-campus engineering studies are eligible for the SOCAR Scholarship.
- The course’s entry requirements, which include English language requirements, must be met by students.
How to Apply for a SOCAR Scholarship
For a study offer, applicants should submit an application to RGU.
- APPLY ONLINE AT RGU
Then send a straight funding request to SOCAR:
- SOCA READING AWARD
The deadline for applications is: Not Specified