GIIDAE announces £260,000 worth of scholarships

08th November 2018

The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE), based within the School of Agriculture, Policy and Development announced today, that it is offering £260,000 in scholarships to GIIDAE offer holders around the world.

The Institute is renowned for its teaching and research in three key subject areas - International Development, Agriculture and Applied Economics and Marketing, as it strives to impart the knowledge and understanding that will help the next generation to address some the biggest challenges faced by the world today.

Dr Sarah Cardey, GIIDAE Director said: "We are delighted to be able to offer such a significant amount of funding to assist students in their studies as we recognise the importance and difference that a scholarship can make to an individual's study options.

"Our Masters programmes enable students to pursue a variety of careers that encompass numerous global challenges such as food production, security, and health; sustainability of agro-ecosystems; climate change, animal science, welfare and behaviour; poverty alleviation; social development, international development; consumer behaviour and choice. Such scholarships can have a huge impact, creating a wealth of opportunity."

GIIDAE is offering 12 country specific, an international, one subject related and alumni Scholarships to assist prospective students in their pursuit of a career in a sector that is growing in demand, as governments recognise the need for expertise in agricultural and international development and applied economics and marketing.

This year's subject specific scholarship is for GIIDAE's MSc in Consumer Behaviour.

A new programme that is designed to develop graduates who are at the forefront of consumer centred business philosophy and are ready to lead in an ever competitive and complex world.

Scholarships include:

Visit GIIDAE's Fees and Funding page for further information.

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