MSc Scholarships in Digital Health available!
The DHI is delighted to announce 20 SFC funded MSc scholarships in digital health and care for the academic session 2018-19. This funding is available for digital health masters courses at Scottish Universities.
The grant award for up to £7,387 per studentship is designed to cover the full cost of the course. Please, note - some institutions may need to arrange an additional contribution towards the Masters course fee should that exceed the sum that is covered by the available scholarship.
We will prioritise funding students on taught Masters’ courses in digital health but will also consider MRes applications in this round.
Courses we have previously funded students on include:
- MSc in Digital Health Systems, University of Strathclyde
- MSc in Global eHealth, University of Edinburgh
- MSc in eHealth, University of West of Scotland
- MSc in Primary Care, University of Glasgow
- MRes in Digital Health, Glasgow School of Arts
DHI funding criteria expects your dissertation topic to align with one of the five strategic themes of the Digital Health and Care Institute:
- Future of Care
- Citizen empowerment and long-term condition management
- Wellness services
- Living well in the community
- Unscheduled care decision support
How to apply:
You should apply for a Masters course with a digital health focus at a Scottish University, such as the listed ones above, or another one with a suitable profile. Please, DO NOT send your application directly to us! The course leaders will assess your application and apply for a scholarship in your stead with your preliminary dissertation topic/plan to the DHI by 26th August 2017. We will inform the universities of the success of their applications latest by the 7th September.
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