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100% Scholarships Now Available for University of St Andrews Sustainable Aquaculture Postgraduate Diploma/MSc

19 March 2015
Sustainable Aquaculture Courses with the University of St Andrews.

GLOBAL - The University of St Andrews has announced that it has secured ten 100 per cent scholarships for its Postgraduate Diploma/MSc course in Sustainable Aquaculture.

The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission will be providing 87 per cent of the total course fee per student. The remainder of the £18,470 fee is being provided by Fish Vet Group, which means there are ten 100 per cent Scholarships on offer.

The Sustainable Aquaculture Postgraduate Diploma/MSc is run by the prestigious University of St Andrews in association with TheFishSite.com and Fish Vet Group, and is taught via a distance learning platform.

The Postgraduate course aims to develop your knowledge, skills and understanding of the commercial, technical, environmental and social considerations of sustainable aquaculture whilst also evolving your understanding of global markets, new aquaculture developments and aquaculture’s relationship with traditional fisheries.

The Scholarship is available for both new and current students.

To be eligible to apply for the scholarship you must:

  •  be a member of the commonwealth
  •  meet the Postgraduate entry requirements
  •  apply for the Postgraduate MSc
  •  apply before 20 April 2015

For more information on the Diploma/MSc postgraduate entry requirements, course structure and benefits of e-learning, please click here.

To apply please contact elearning@5mpublishing.com

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