This is an interdisciplinary degree with a global approach to studying social and political thought, not just from Europe as is common in other universities, but also from societies across Asia, Africa, and the Americas, discovering the key concepts in social and political thought from different regions of the world and learning to discuss how these regions have imagined and re-imagined themselves throughout history.
The University of St Andrews is offering five GREAT Scholarships, each worth £20,000, available for the 2023-24 academic year for students from:
- China (one scholarship)
- Indonesia (one scholarship)
- Mexico (one scholarship)
Two scholarships are available for students from Ghana (one scholarship) and Thailand (one scholarship) for the following taught master's programmes:
- MSc Marine Ecosystem Management
- MSc Geochemistry
- MSc Strategic Earth Resources
- MSc Sustainable Development
- MSc Energy Ethics
Why St Andrews?
Founded in 1413, the University of St Andrews has over 600 years of history and has consistently been ranked as one of the top three universities in the UK - renowned as a world-class institution with the highest standards of teaching and research. St Andrews is located on the beautiful east coast of Scotland and attracts a worldwide student population with over 40 per cent of students coming from outside the UK. St Andrews offers a safe and friendly environment where ideas, cultures and world views can be shared.
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Apply for a GREAT Scholarship at the University of St Andrews
To find out more about GREAT Scholarships on offer and how to apply, visit the University of St Andrews website. The deadline for applications is 17 April 2023.