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We are now accepting applications for fully funded Erasmus Mundus scholarships for the next academic year of the EMJMD ACES+. Applications from EU and non-EU applicants are welcome – the course is aimed at students from all over the world. Erasmus Mundus scholarships cover tuition fees, travel and living expenses. If you are interested in applying for a place on the course please study our page covering eligibility requirements. You should have a background in marine science or biology, fisheries, aquaculture, aquatic science and/or environmental studies. Erasmus Mundus scholarships are supported by the EACEA of the European Union.
We also have a limited number of scholarships provided by MOWI and the Scottish Aquaculture Innovation Centre (SAIC). These scholarships are open to applicants who meet the Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS) residence eligibility criteria as a Scottish/EU student (please click here for further guidance), and cover the cost of annual tuition fees and insurance (€2500 per academic year). Students must agree to undertake their research dissertation (4th semester) in partnership will a MOWI OR SAIC consortium industry company. For an up to date list of consortium industry partners, please click here.
If you meet the eligibility requirements for these scholarships, then please follow the process below. If you are unsure or have any questions, please contact us at ACES@sams.ac.uk.
To apply for a place on our next intake (2020-2022) you will need to complete in full two application forms – a University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) and ACES application form. If you are eligible to apply for a SAIC scholarship, please ensure you complete this form as well. Once you have completed the forms, please email these, along with all supporting documents, as a single PDF file to Helen Bury at ACES@sams.ac.uk by 14 February 2020.
Application forms must be completed in English and can be downloaded here:
Supporting documents include your CV, professional reference letter, copy of your degree certificates and transcripts (with certified translations in English where applicable), main passport page and evidence of English language proficiency (i.e. IELTS certificate) – please see below for further information.
If you obtained your degree from a university or institution from outside the United Kingdom, we will normally accept the equivalent qualification from a recognised university. If you are uncertain about whether your qualification(s) and/or experience are equivalent to or meet the requirements of the course, please contact us.
The following documents should be emailed as a single PDF file:
Please read the information about statements and references.
The closing date for Erasmus Mundus and SAIC scholarship applications is 14 February 2020.
For information on other scholarships and bursaries that may potentially be available to support your studies, please see the section on this website, ‘Fees and Scholarships’.
If any of your documents (e.g. official degree certificate, transcript or professional reference) were not issued in English, then you will need to provide a certified translation that is verified by your university, an official translator, embassy or lawyer. This translation may be checked by the EMJMD ACES+ admissions team. Misleading translations can lead to the rejection of otherwise eligible and complete applications.