ECCI Launches George David Family Scholarships
11 June 2014
George David Family Scholarship
The Edinburgh Centre of Carbon Innovation (ECCI) is offering two scholarships to prospective postgraduates resident in Greece or Cyprus.
Pictured; George & Kaity David at the launch of ECCI with HRH Princess Royal.
The scholarships are worth £8,000 each, to be deducted from tuition fees. They will be awarded to applicants of the following MSc programmes:
• LLM Climate Change Law
• MSc Carbon Finance
• MSc Carbon Management
• MSc Ecosystem Services
• MSc Marine Systems and Policies
The scholarship will be awarded to a student who is accepted for admission onto an eligible part-time or full-time MSc programme at the University of Edinburgh commencing in 2014-2015.
Applicants must be resident in Greece or Cyprus at the time of application.
Applicants who have already commenced their programme of study on the closing date are not eligible for this scholarship.
Applicants intending to study part-time intermittent or online distance learning courses are not eligible for this scholarship.
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit. Candidates must have, or expect to obtain, a UK first class or 2:1 Honours degree at undergraduate level or the international equivalent.
To apply for a scholarship you must first apply for admission for an eligible programme of study at the University of Edinburgh.
Once you have applied for admission you will receive your University Username (UUN). Your UUN is the letter 's' followed by your matriculation number; for example, s0987654.
Only applicants who have received an offer of admission (conditional or unconditional) by the closing date of the scholarship are likely to be considered by the panel.
Eligible applicants should complete an online scholarship application.
The closing date for applications is 30 June 2014.
More information: http://www.ed.ac.uk/schools-departments/student-funding/postgraduate/uk-eu/humanities/business/georgedavidbus
High School Yards Building
George David, Kaity David and HRH Princess Royal opened ECCI's new building in October 2013. George David, after whom the Centre is named, said:
"In itself, the ECCI represents a special partnership, between the worlds of education, science, business, and culture; created to address problems that need global and drastic solutions. The Edinburgh Center for Carbon Innovation has already shown that education can be the first step towards re-shaping the world we live in. That science can offer both sophisticated and common-sense solutions to real-life problems. That businesses can and should chose what is right over what is easy. That the future lies in changing the ways in which leaders, policy makers and communities think and act.
I firmly believe that at High School Yards the ECCI will find an ideal home to carry on its seminal work towards a low-carbon future; to carry on innovating.
The new building at High School Yards encapsulates this ethos..I firmly believe that at High School Yards the ECCI will find an ideal home to carry on its seminal work towards a low-carbon future; to carry on innovating."
“ECCI is all about new ideas, collaboration, and knowledge sharing"