The Santander Scholarships are available for students from countries within the Santander Network (Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Germany, Ghana, Mexico, Poland, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, UK, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay and USA) to study at Edinburgh Napier University.
Six scholarships are available; where possible, these will be distributed evenly across the schools.
Value per annum: £5000
Duration: One off award
Applications: You may now submit an Application Form
Number of awards: 6 per annum
Award level: Undergraduate and Postgraduate
If you have any queries regarding this scholarship, please contact the Development team via email email@example.com
Applications for academic year 2017/18 are now closed. Applications for 2018/19 are likely to open in March 2018. Further information will be posted on this website in due course.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What can be provided as evidence of residence?
Passport or National ID and proof of address (utility bill, bank statement, etc.)
If my application is successful, how will the scholarship be paid?
The £5000 award for successful applications will be paid directly towards their course fees. In instances where an applicant’s course fees are less than £5000, students will be required to request a payment of the difference from their school.
Can I appeal if my application unsuccessful?
No, all decisions made by the Schools and the Scholarships and Mobility Grants Committee are final.
My applications for other bursaries or grants that will be in place while I study at Edinburgh Napier University are currently pending. What can I submit instead of award letters?
Please submit confirmation of your application for other bursaries or grants. Photocopies of your award letters will be requested for progressing applications when they are available.
Can I submit photocopies of my relevant supporting documents?
Only photocopies of relevant supporting evidence should submitted with your application. The Edinburgh Napier University cannot accept responsibility of original documentation.