The University of Bristol Global Accounting and Finance Scholarship

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At the University of Bristol, the Department of Accounting and Finance is pleased to announce the Global Accounting and Finance Scholarship.

The university is offering the eight global scholarships worth £5,000 each to eligible international students studying for a postgraduate qualification in Accounting and Finance.


  • Applications Deadline: Round One – 31 March 2019. Round Two – 30 June 2019.
  • Course Level: Postgraduate
  • Study Subject: Accounting and Finance
  • Award: Eight scholarships worth £5,000 each. The awards can only be used as fee waivers towards the cost of tuition fees.
  • Nationality: Internationally
  • Number of Awards: 8
  • The award can be taken in the UK


To be eligible, the applicants must be following all the given criteria:

  • Eligible Countries: The studentships are available to students from all around the world.
  • Entrance Requirements: You can apply for a University of Bristol Global Accounting and Finance Scholarship if you:
  • Are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes
  • Have applied to start one of the qualifying Accounting and Finance MSc programmes at the University of Bristol in September 2019
  • Start their postgraduate programme in September 2019
  • Qualifying Programmes
  • MSc Accounting and Finance
  • MSc Accounting, Finance and Management
  • MSc Banking, Regulation and Financial Stability
  • MSc Economics, Accounting and Finance
  • MSc Finance and Investment

Application Procedure:

How to Apply: You can submit an application for the Global Accounting and Finance Scholarship using the international awards online application form.

  • They will use the same application process as for the Think Big postgraduate placements.
  • If you apply for the Global Accounting and Finance Scholarship, you will also automatically be considered for the Think Big Postgraduate Scholarship. You do not need to submit two separate applications.

Please Note: You will automatically be considered for rounds 1 and 2, so there is no need to submit your application again if you are not made an offer in round 1.

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