Health Data Science MSc - DHI scholarship available to Scottish applicants
Scottish applicants for our Health Data Science masters programme within the Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies are eligible to be nominated for funding from the Digital Health & Care Innovation Centre.
The scholarships are partially funded by the Scottish Funding Council (SFC) and by the Graduate School for Interdisciplinary Studies and cover full-time tuition fees for Scottish applicants applying for the 2023-24 session (September-start).
Applicants must be nominated by the course organiser before the end of June so apply now for programme entry in September.
Student eligibility criteria is listed below, determine if you are eligible to apply by answering the following questions with a "yes" :
- Are you a British citizen who has lived in Scotland for at least three years, or an EU citizen with settled status in Scotland?
- Are you starting a new course?
- Do you plan on pursuing a Taught MSc or an MRes degree in digital health and care?
If you meet these requirements, apply for your place on the Health Data Science MSc at St Andrews University and contact the Graduate School office to notify us of your application so you can be considered for funding.
Also, make sure that your MSc dissertation work aligns with one of DHI's strategic themes, as this is a requirement for DHI funding.
If you have any questions about eligibility or would like to apply, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information on the DHI scholarship, including thier strategic themes is listed on the Digital Health and Care Innovation Centre website.