Frequently Asked Questions

Financial issues

Depending on the regulations of your visa this may be permitted; however, given the demands of the programme, we do not recommend working alongside your studies if this is an option for you financially.

For Scholarship holders on track C and G:

You will receive scholarship payments for the first three months that you spend studying in Bogotá. We would recommend that you then return to Glasgow to complete your dissertation, as you would then be eligible to continue receiving your payments while in Glasgow.

For Scholarship holders on track D:

Kyoto University is a full degree-awarding partner and the degree regulations require that all track D students stay in Japan for the whole duration of the 2nd year.

Please note, that you will receive scholarship payments only for the first three months that you spend studying in Kyoto.