THE capital of Scotland, known for its history, medieval architecture and culture, is one of the most desirable destinations for students who wish to combine their academic endeavours with tourism. Edinburgh Napier University is offering this opportunity to one lucky American student.
#DestinationEdinburgh is an appropriate mechanism to select the perfect recipient of a scholarship to study one of the tourism masters degrees at Edinburgh Napier University. Napier is the best in the field, offering unique programmes and research, developing tourism leaders of the future, and the full fee paid scholarship is equivalent to $16,000.
American students interested only need to film a 90 second video explaining “What makes Edinburgh a successful tourism destination?”. In addition, candidates should complete the online application form found on the university website.
This competition is very interesting because it will allow students to explore their artistic side and do some research about Edinburgh’s tourist features and why it is regarded as the World’s Festival City.
In addition to the scholarship, the lucky American Tourism student, will be awarded with the status of the University’s resident USA International Brand Ambassador, enjoying access to a calendar of cultural activities across Scotland, plus, a platform to share the experience of studying and doing tourism in Edinburgh and Scotland with the world.
The runner-up’s will also receive £2,000 reduction in international fees to study one of the six Tourism masters at Edinburgh Napier University, all industry-accredited top courses in Scotland and top 10 in the UK.
The competition is now open and candidates can participate until March 30th.
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