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Scholarships in the United Kingdom

 

 

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General Scholarships

Scholarships by University

 

General Scholarships

Useful Websites
British Council Fellowship Programmes
The Charles Wallace Trust for Burma
The Gates Cambridge Trust
Overseas Research Student Award Scheme (ORSAS)
Wingate Scholarships
Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research
John Henry Brooks International Scholarships Awarded for Academic Excellence
Society for Promoting the Training of Women
The David Montefiore Trust
The Perry Foundation
Society of Antiquaries of London
The Royal Society (Postdoctoral Scholarships from Southeast Asia to the UK)
The Royal Society of Chemistry
The All Saints Educational Trust
Royal College of Surgeons of England

 

Useful Websites

Many university departments have scholarships - ask directly to the universities to which you are applying for information on any scholarships for which you might be eligible. Burmese students are primarily eligible for partial scholarships to reduce tuition costs for overseas students.

 

www.educationuk.org

This fantastic site lists all the scholarships available for international students at each university. The information is clearly presented with details on who can apply.

 

www.shef.ac.uk/~assem/4/4f_otp.html

A list of scholarships for specific fields (esp. archaeology, anthropology), in some cases restricted to students from specific countries or backgrounds

Most do not define whether applicants must be British citizens or not, don't give website addresses, only postal addresses - you will need to contact them individually to see if you would be eligible.

www.FindAMasters.com is a database of postgraduate masters degree courses in the UK.

www.FindAPhD.com has the UK's largest database on Ph.D. opportunities.

 

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British Council Fellowship Programmes

These grants are for postgraduate study or research, ranging from short attachments to research leading to a PhD. The grants vary in size from small grants, to fellowships. British Council Fellowships are awarded by the local British Council Director; who decides the subject areas that will be eligible for a grant and selects the candidates.

 

Eligibility

A national and a resident of the country where the application is made. Award: Fellowships cover fees and living expenses.

 

Contact and Application

Apply to the British Council office in your own country.

 

Selection

If you are considered for a grant, you will be interviewed in your own country.

 

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The Charles Wallace Trust for Burma

Grants towards the costs of fees and maintenance of postgraduate students from Burma. No grants for air fares.

(Note: the Trust also administers grants for students from India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh)

 

Contact Information

Dr William Crawley,
Secretary, The Charles Wallace Burma Trust
22 Holyoake Walk,  London N2 0JX

Email: wcrawley@wallace-trusts.org.uk

 

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The Gates Cambridge Trust

(information from: http://www.gates.scholarships.cam.ac.uk/)

Gates Cambridge Trust

With a munificent benefaction from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the Gates Cambridge Trust has established, with effect from October 2001, a scheme of Gates Cambridge Scholarships for scholars of outstanding academic merit and leadership potential from every country of the world (excluding the United Kingdom), who are committed to serving their communities, and who gain admission to the University of Cambridge. Since 2001, the Gates Cambridge Trust has supported 527 Scholars from 72 countries.

The Gates Cambridge Trust intends to offer a substantial number of awards annually, which will cover the costs of studying at Cambridge for the following courses of study:

- Research leading to the degree of PhD

- One-year postgraduate courses of study

- Second bachelor degree as an affiliated student (see the Undergraduate Prospectus)

- Clinical Studies MBBChir degree (see the Medical School webpage)

Some of these awards will be for students from the United States of America; but students from all countries, including countries of the European Union (but excluding the United Kingdom), will be eligible to be considered for a Gates Cambridge Scholarship. As well as being of outstanding academic merit, candidates for these awards must show evidence of leadership potential and a commitment to serving their communities.

The Gates Cambridge Scholarships will cover:

- University Composition Fee and College fees at the appropriate1 rate

- a maintenance allowance for a single student (8,800 for 12 months for 2006-07)

- a further discretionary allowance (2,200 per year for 2006-07)

- one economy one-way airfare from the scholar's normal country of residence to the UK at the beginning of the course of study or research; and one economy one-way airfare from the UK to the scholar's normal country of residence at the end of the course of study or research.

1 The University Composition Fee varies for different types of students and applicants should see 'The costs you will incur' for full details about precise amounts. Where an applicant from overseas has been successfully nominated for an ORS award, the University Composition Fee will be paid at the home rate. Where a student from the European Union has been successful in gaining a fees award from public authorities, the Trust will not pay these fees.

 

Eligibility for awards offered by the Cambridge Trusts

Applicants:

- must be admitted to Cambridge through the University's normal academic procedures. The Trusts cannot admit students.

- may come from any country of the world except the United Kingdom.

- may apply to study any subject currently available at the University.

- must have a first class or high second class honours degree, or its equivalent, from a recognised university. For universities which work according to the North American pattern, candidates will be expected to have excellent transcripts with high GPA scores showing evidence of sustained achievement in study.

- should note that some awards may give preference to candidates under the age of 30.

- from countries of the European Union may be eligible for fees awards from public authorities, and must apply for these where appropriate.

- who are not native speakers of English are required by the Board of Graduate Studies to provide the results of an English language test and to meet the minimum standard of proficiency required for admission to Cambridge (see 'Entry requirements')

 

Entry requirements

Academic requirements

Graduate work in Cambridge is intense and very intellectually demanding and so the University has high academic entry requirements. You are normally expected to hold or to be about to achieve:

- at least a 2i honours degree from a UK university

- an equivalent standard from an overseas university

- a fluent command of the English Language (see below)

- completion of any current training or education course

- release from your current institution for the duration of your study (if you are coming to Cambridge as a visitor).

Some faculties and departments may have higher requirements or require you to take other tests such as the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Where this is required it will appear in the application details for each course. If you are returning to study after a career break, please consult the faculty you are applying to.

Research degrees

If you wish to undertake a research degree you should first make sure that the appropriate faculty or department has the necessary expertise and resources. Some faculties ask that you identify a suitable supervisor before you submit your application. Please consult the faculty or department website in the first instance, and if you are still unsure contact the faculty directly, for advice.

Part-time research degrees

You will need to provide a letter from your employer (if any) confirming that you may have time off, if necessary, to attend the University as required for the whole duration of your course. You will be interviewed by the department to which you apply. Your proposed topic of research must be suitable for part-time study.

Competence in English

If your first language is not English you should take a language proficiency test to show you have the necessary command of the language to get the most out of your course. You do not need to take the test before you apply, but, if you are made an offer and have not already met our English language requirements, one of the conditions of admission will be that you pass a test at the correct level. You must achieve the minimum requirements no more than two years before the start of your course.

IELTS (International English Language Testing System: www.ielts.org/) is the university's preferred test. Details can be obtained from local British Council Offices.

- Minimum requirement: an overall band score of 7.0 with not less than 7.0 in speaking, listening and writing, and 6.5 in reading.

Where the IELTS test is not available you may take the Princeton TOEFL test (Test of English as a Foreign Language: www.toefl.org/). If you do this, you must take the Test of Written English (TWE) at the same time.

- Minimum requirement: 600 in the paper-based TOEFL test with 5.0 in the Test of Written English or 250 in the computer-based TOEFL test with 5.0 in the Essay Writing Test; the minimum score must be achieved in both parts of the test in the same sitting.

- A TOEFL score without the Test of Written English is not acceptable.

- TOEFL internet-based Test (iBT) minimum requirement: overall score of 100. We are in the process of determining any requirements we might have for the individual components of the TOEFL iBT and you are advised to check the BGS website for further details.

- The University's institution code is 0908.

Some courses stipulate a higher level of English language competence:

- Economics all courses: IELTS minimum 7.0 in all elements.

- English MPhil in English and Applied Linguistics only: IELTS 7.5 overall; TOEFL minimum 620 or 260 in the computer-based test, plus 5.0 TWE; 109 in iBT.

- Law all courses: TOEFL minimum 630 or 267 in computer-based test, plus 5.0 TWE; 110 in iBT. IELTS minimum overall score 7.0 with 6.5 in reading and 7.0 in each other element.

- Modern and Medieval Languages all MPhils: IELTS minimum overall score 7.5; 110 in iBT.

- International Studies all courses: IELTS 7.5 overall. TOEFL minimum score in computer-based test of 260 with 5.0 in the Essay Writing Test; 109 in iBT.

- Classics: TOEFL paper-based minimum 630 and 6.0 in TWE; 110 in iBT.

English language requirements are also stated in the course information. If higher English Language Proficiency Test scores are required, this will be specified in your letter of conditional offer.

You will need to arrange for us to receive an original test result or a certified copy. Test results can be enclosed with paper applications or sent on later to meet one of the terms of any conditional offer. Do not delay sending in your application in order to include test results.

For details of English for Academic Purposes and the intensive English language training course run by the University's Language Centre, see 'Learning languages'.

When to apply

It is in your interest to apply as soon as possible. Do not wait for the course closing date to arrive. We will not process late applications.

If you are applying for funding in parallel with your academic application, see 'Costs and funding'. You will probably not learn about the result of your funding application until some time after the result of your academic application. You should bear in mind that your funding application might be unsuccessful. If that is the case, you might wish to withdraw your application.

Starting dates: 2007-08

The academic year begins on 1 October and is divided into three terms:

- Michaelmas Term: 1 October - 19 December

- Lent Term: 5 January - 25 March

- Easter Term: 17 April - 25 June

Almost all graduate courses start in October, but it might be possible to start a course of research in January or April.

 

Application procedure

Applicants for entry in the 2007-08 academic year should note that the application procedures for admission and funding have changed.

Applicants intending to pursue a course of graduate study or research at the University of Cambridge from October 2007 must complete and submit the new 'GRADSAF' application form to the Board of Gradate Studies by the relevant deadline. By submitting one GRADSAF form per course applied for, candidates will, where eligible, be considered for:

admission to a course of graduate study or research by the Board of Graduate Studies

admission to a College by one or more of the Cambridge Colleges

funding offered by the Cambridge Trusts

other awards offered by the University of Cambridge (Overseas Research Studentships, Dorothy Hodgkin Postgraduate Awards and Domestic Research Studentships)

Candidates should note that the Trusts cannot admit students to the University or to any of its Colleges.

For a summary of the application deadlines, see the Application Deadlines Table:

Application deadlines for funding from the Cambridge Trusts

 

For further information, please go to: http://www.gates.scholarships.cam.ac.uk/

Schemes by country

Applicants from every country of the world (except the United Kingdom) will be considered for one of the limited number of Gates Cambridge Scholarships. Candidates who are not successful in winning a Gates Cambridge Scholarship will be considered by the other Cambridge Trusts for all of the awards for which they are eligible.

The Cambridge Commonwealth Trust, Cambridge Overseas Trust and Cambridge European Trust administer a large number of schemes of awards for overseas applicants from specific countries. Candidates who are not successful in obtaining, or are not eligible for, a scholarship will automatically be considered for a means-tested, part-cost bursary.

Unless directly requested to do so by the Cambridge Trusts, applicants do not need to apply for individual awards: all applicants will automatically be considered for all of the awards for which they are eligible which the Trusts offer.

Contacting the Trusts

Gates Cambridge Trust

Trinity College
Trinity Street
Cambridge
CB2 1TQ

Website www.gates.scholarships.cam.ac.uk
Email
info@gates.scholarships.cam.ac.uk
Fax + 44 (0)1223 351449

 

 

 

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Overseas Research Student Award Scheme (ORSAS)

The ORSAS is a national UK grant designed specifically for overseas students. It covers the difference between the tuition fees for UK students and overseas students. The ORSAS is highly competitive; it is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and research potential and requires an outstanding academic record supported by outstanding references. Applications are made through the Department to which you are applying of participating universities.

 

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Wingate Scholarships for Work of Intellectual, Scientific, Artistic, Social or Environmental Value (37-2-12)

Aim

The scholarship is to enable individuals of potential or proven excellence to carry out for work of intellectual, scientific, artistic, social or environmental value.

 

Eligibility

Applicants must be over 24 years old.

 

Award

The award may last for up to 3 years at an average value of 6,500.

Closing date - 1 February of every year.

 

Contact

Wingate Scholarships
38 Cursor Street
London
WAY FEY
Tel: 0171 465 1521
E-mail: reid@win-sch.demon.co.uk

 

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Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research

Provides scholars and advanced students from developing countries seeking additional training in anthropology, to enhance their skills or to expand or develop their areas of expertise. Candidates may pursue either a course of studies leading to a doctoral degree or a specific postdoctoral non-degree plan for obtaining advanced training. Only scholars/students from countries other than those listed here are eligible to apply. Abu-Dhabi, Australia, Bahrain, Brunei, Canada, Hong Kong, Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Libya, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, USSR, United Arab Emirates, USA, W. Europe. The applicant must have a Home Sponsor and a Host Sponsor. The awards are up to US dollars 12,500 per year, for period from 6 months to three years.

 

Deadline

Applications should be initiated at least nine months in advance of the anticipated starting date of training.

 

Contact Information

Wenner-Gren Foundation,
220 Fifth Avenue, 16th Floor,
New York, NY 10001-7780,
USA. OS, FT, R.

 

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John Henry Brooks International Scholarships Awarded for Academic Excellence

(from: http://www.brookes.ac.uk/research/scholarships.html)

This funding scheme is offered by the Graduate School at Oxford Brookes University to international students wishing to undertake a full-time taught postgraduate master's degrees.

A range of Scholarships will be awarded for academic excellence and each award will be paid towards the full-time international tuition fee for a taught master's degree.

Please contact the relevant School for details about how to apply for the awards offered.

These scholarships do not include a maintenance grant.

Course/s Eligibility Contact for further information
MA in English Studies, MA in Modern French Studies, MA in History of Medicine, MA in History International applicants (non-EU) pgah@brookes.ac.uk
MA in Publishing International applicants (non-EU) pgah@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Project Management in the Built Environment, MA in International Architectural Regeneration and Development, MA in Humanitarian and Development Practice International applicants (non-EU)
pgadmin.be@brookes.ac.uk

Application details

MSc in Finance, MBA (Full-Time) International applicants (non-EU) pgenquiries-bus@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Public Health International applicants (non-EU) shscpgscholarship@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Biotechnology, MSc in Bioimaging with Molecular Technology, MSc in Biotechnology with Business (subject to validation) International applicants (non-EU)
fben-ghorab@brookes.ac.uk
LLM in International Law International applicants (non-EU)
pglaw@brookes.ac.uk
MA in TESOL International applicants (non-EU)
wiecpd@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Mobile and High Speed Telecommunication Networks, MSc in Telecommunications Electronics, MSc in Digital Media Production, MSc in DSP and VHDL for Communications International applicants (non-EU)
pg-engineering@brookes.ac.uk

John Henry Brookes Graduate School Scholarships

This funding scheme is offered by the Graduate School at Oxford Brookes University to UK, EU and in some disciplines international students.

A range of Scholarships will be awarded for academic excellence and each award will be paid towards the tuition fee for a taught master's degree.

The awards are listed by eligibility and not by course with the open awards offered to UK, EU and International applicants listed first, followed by awards for UK and EU applicants only.

Please contact the relevant School for details about how to apply for the awards offered.

These scholarships do not include a maintenance grant.

Course/s Eligibility Contact for further information
MSc in International Real Estate, MSc in Urban Planning in Developing Countries, MSc in Tourism: Environment and Development, MSc in Environmental Assessment and Management Open (UK, EU and International applicants)
pgadmin.be@brookes.ac.uk

Application details

MSc in International Hotel and Tourism Management, MSc in International Hotel and Tourism Marketing Management, MSc in International Travel and Tourism Management Open (UK, EU and International applicants) hltm@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Rehabilitation Open (UK, EU and International applicants) rehabilitation@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Environmental Management and Technology, MSc in Conservation Ecology (subject to validation) Open (UK, EU and International applicants)
fben-ghorab@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Child Development and Learning, MSc in Cognitive Neuropyschology Open (UK, EU and International applicants)
pgsocsci@brookes.ac.uk

Application details

MA in Educational Studies, MA in Education: International Schools, MA in Education Open (UK, EU and International applicants)
wiecpd@brookes.ac.uk
MA in Mind, Brain and Learning Open (UK, EU and International applicants)
wiembl@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Computer Science, MSc in Computing, MSc in eCommerce Computing, MSc in Software Engineering, MSc in High Speed Networks and Distributed Systems, MSc in Web Technologies

MSc in Motorsport Engineering, MSc in Racing Engine Design, MSc in Advanced Engineering Design
Open (UK, EU and International applicants) Computing courses:
cms-pg@brookes.ac.uk

Engineering courses:
pg-engineering@brookes.ac.uk

MA in English Studies, MA in Modern French Studies, MA in History of Medicine, MA in History UK and EU applicants pgah@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Energy Efficient and Sustainable Building, MArch, MSc in Transport Planning, MA in Urban Design UK and EU applicants
pgadmin.be@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in International Hotel and Tourism Management, MSc in International Hotel and Tourism Marketing Management, MSc in International Travel and Tourism Management UK and EU applicants hltm@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Business and Accounting, MSc in Business and Enterprise, MSc in Finance, MSc in International Management UK and EU applicants pgenquiries-bus@brookes.ac.uk
MSc in Rehabilitation, MSc in Public Health, MSc in Management in Health and Social Care, MSc in Health Care Practice, MSc in Cancer Care, MSc in Palliative Care, MSc in Osteopathy (subject to validation) UK and EU applicants shscpgscholarship@brookes.ac.uk
Conservation Ecology (subject to validation), MSc in Biotechnology, MSc in Bioimaging with Molecular Technology, MSc in Biotechnology with Business (subject to validation) UK and EU applicants
fben-ghorab@brookes.ac.uk

 

 

 

 

 

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Society for Promoting the Training of Women

Provides interest free loans of up to sterling 1250 per annum for women in full-time education for professional or technical careers. Applicants should be aged 18-45 and resident in the UK for 3 or more years. (Female applicants only)

 

Deadline

No official deadline.

 

Contact Information

Society for Promoting the Training of Women,
The Rectory, Great Casteron,
Stamford, Lincs, PE9 4AP.
Tel: 01780 764036.

 

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The David Montefiore Trust

Grants are given to students from Third World countries, principally undertaking postgraduate work in the UK before returning to their own country. Grants, which range between 500 and 1,000, are in the form of a single payment in time for the start of the academic year.

 

Contact Information

Mitcham & Co, Chartered Accountants
1 Cornhill, Ilminster, TA19 0AD,
Telephone: 01460 52202

 

Applications

Applications must be made through the university or college and details of how all other costs are to be met must be provided. Applications directly from individuals will not be considered.

 

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The Perry Foundation

Applications are invited for Perry Postgraduate Scholarships (from suitably qualified graduates), and Perry Research Awards, for studying agriculture and related fields at a UK institution.

 

Contact Information

David J Naylor, Chief Executive and Secretary
31 Rossendale,
Chelmsford, Essex, CM1 2UA,
tel. 01245 260805

 

Applications

Application forms are available from the correspondent at the above.

 

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Society of Antiquaries of London

A Bursary scheme is available for Postgraduate students from developing countries. Subjects supported are archaeology, conservation or a related subject.

Closing date: 30th April.

 

Contact Information

The General Secretary, Society of Antiquaries of London, Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, W1V OHS.

Tel: 0171-734 0193

 

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The Royal Society (Incoming Fellowships from Asia to the UK)

The Royal Societys Incoming Fellowships Programme aims to foster science and technology links between the UK and various countries throughout the world, enabling young and outstanding postdoctoral scientists to conduct cutting-edge research with their UK counterparts. 

Subjects covered

All sciences, ie, the disciplines in which the Society will elect researchers to the Fellowship of the Royal Society (for further details see the sectional committee information on RS website).

Countries covered

The Asian countries which the fellowship programme includes are: China, India, Japan, South Korea and South East Asia (Brunei, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam).

Eligibility

Applicants must be of postdoctoral or equivalent status at the time the award is taken up. Scientists in the final year of their PhD can submit an application.   If successful, the award will only be given subject to the confirmation of his/her PhD at the time when the award is taken up.

Applicants must be nationals of the country from which they are applying and should be resident and working in the country of nationality. Priority may be given to applicants with less experience of having worked abroad.  Applicants currently in the UK are not eligible to apply.

UK hosts must be British or EU citizens resident in the UK. Non-UK/EU citizens must have held a permanent position at a UK institute for three years minimum to act as a host.

Candidates for the fellowship programme will need to have identified and contacted a UK host institution prior to submitting an application and substantial contact between host and applicant prior to the application is essential. This contact should lead to a clearly defined and mutually-beneficial research proposal.

English Level: All applicants must be competent in oral and written English. The UK host should verify they are happy with the level of English of the applicant in the application form where this is requested.

Length of visit

The Royal Society will provide funding for visits of between six months minimum and up to 12 months maximum.

Host institutions

UK hosts should be based at any UK research institution.  Scientists working in governmental research institutes are not necessarily excluded from acting as hosts but they should explain, in a separate email, why their parent institute is not funding the visit.

Value of award

The Royal Society will provide funding to cover the visiting scientists cost of living in the UK. This includes food, accommodation and local travel. The award does not cover international travel to and from the UK.
 
Fellowship awards are between 18,200 (for visitors based outside London) and 20,000 (for visitors based within London). China Fellowship programmes sponsored by the KC Wong Education Foundation are between 12,830 or 13,550 (in London).

Number of awards

Varies

Closing dates

Rounds for applications will be available approximately 12 weeks before the closing date.
References will be accepted as late as 5 days after the closing date.

China Fellowships 30 March annually
India Fellowships 1 June and 1 November annually
South Korea and South East Asia Fellowships 1 March annually
Japan Fellowship 1 June annually

Announcements for awards will be made approximately 12 weeks after the closing date.

Contact Information

The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
London SW1Y 5AG

tel: +44 (0)20 7451 2500
fax: +44 (0)20 7930 2170

email: info@royalsoc.ac.uk
 

Applications

Contact the correspondent at the above address.

 

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The All Saints Educational Trust

Grants are awarded worldwide for further or higher education in the UK in the areas of religious education, home economics, multicultural education, and nutrition. Grants are awarded annually and range between 500 and 2000 pounds. Applicants should be over the age of 18 and intend to become teachers or dieticians. Grants are also available for research.

Dead line: Applications must be received by 31st December of each year.

 

Contact Information

The Secretary
St Katherine Cree Church
86 Leadenhall Street
London EC3A 3DH

 

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Royal College of Surgeons of England

The college offers travelling fellowships and research awards to medical practitioners and dental surgeons for study in the UK and abroad. There are also awards for those who are members of the college. Although the college does not specifically give grants to overseas students for study in the UK or in their own country, they may receive a grant if they fall within the remit of the various awards that the college offers.

 

Contact Information

The Secretary
35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields,
London, WC2A 3PN,
tel. 0171-405 3474

 

Applications

Contact the correspondent at the above address for further information.

 

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Scholarships by University

Scholarships at the London School of Economics (LSE)
Cardiff School of Engineering Scholarships 2001
Middlesex University School of Computing Science Research Studentships
Oxford Colleges
University of Birmingham
University of East Anglia, Burma Scholarship Program
University of Manchester
University of Northumbria
University of Sheffield
University of Westminster

 

Note: There are more scholarships at other universities. This is just a sampling. Be sure to contact the financial aid office and department of the university you are interested in for more scholarship awards.

 

Scholarships at the London School of Economics (LSE)

Benjamin Lippincott Scholarship in Political Theory

Owing to the generosity of the late Professor Benjamin E Lippincott, Professor Emeritus of the University of Minnesota and a former student of the School, the School is able to offer annually a graduate scholarship in Political Theory.

Terms and conditions

The Scholarship is open to graduates of any university but preference will in alternate years be given to an American student. For the academic session 2004/05, preference will not be given to students from the USA.

Preference will be given to students interested in analytical and critical theory, although students interested in the history of political ideas shall not be excluded.

The Scholarship will have a value of 1,000

Successful candidates will be required to register as full-time students for a research degree (i.e. MPhil/PhD) at the School.

The Scholarship will be tenable for one year in the first instance with the possibility of renewal for a second year. Award holders who wish to apply for renewal must complete a second application form as renewal is not automatic.

An award will only be made if there is a candidate of sufficient merit.

Download an application form for this award (PDF)

For more information, please go to: http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/studentServiceCentre/financialSupportOffice/PhDApp/LSEnamedAwardsPhD.html

 

Metcalfe Studentship for Women

The Metcalfe Studentship for Women is awarded annually and was established with funds bequeathed by Miss Agnes Edith Metcalfe in 1923.

Terms and conditions

The Studentship is open to any woman student who has graduated in any university of the United Kingdom.

The Studentship is tenable at the London School of Economics and is for one year in the first instance.
Award holders who wish to apply for renewal must complete a second application form as renewal is not automatic.

The successful candidate shall be required to register as a MPhil/PhD student of the School to undertake research on some social, economic or industrial problem. Preference is given to a student who proposes to study such a problem bearing on the welfare of women.

The value of the Studentship shall be at least 1,000 in the case of a full-time student and at least 500 in the case of a part-time student.

An award shall be made only if there is a candidate of sufficient merit.

 

Download an application form for this award (PDF): http://www.lse.ac.uk/collections/studentServiceCentre/financialSupportOffice/PhDApp/PostgraduateResearchscholarshipApplicationForm.pdf

 

 

 

 

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Cardiff School of Engineering Scholarships

The School of Engineering at the University of Cardiff is able to offer a limited number of scholarships worth up to 1500 pounds to international students applying for undergraduate or postgraduate courses. No special form is required, all students who make an application will be considered.

Note: In the most recent "Times" survey, Cardiff's Civil and Mechanical Engineering departments are rated the third highest in the UK. In the "Guardian University Guide", the Electrical and Electronics Divison is rated the highest of all universities in the UK

For more information please email: williamsgj2@cf.ac.uk

For more information about engineering courses please go to the Cardiff School of Engineering web-site.

 

 

 

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Middlesex University School of Computing Science Research Studentships

PhD Studentships

The School of Computing Science, one of the largest in the UK with over 3,500 students, is located north of London on campuses at Bounds Green, Hendon and Trent Park. Research in the School is growing fast in both volume and quality, vitalized by a strong and supportive research culture and by productive research networks within and outside the University. Two key strategic aims are that research should address problems of real-world importance, in both the empirical and theoretical domains, and that research should be visible, attractive and valued. External research partners include four London hospitals (Great Ormond Street, Hammersmith, St Mary's and Whittington), BT, California Digital Library, Childnet International, Domino, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, Institute of Child Health, London Ambulance Service, Microsoft Research, Nokia, Orange, Praxis, Q-Labs, Reuters, Royal Academy, Royal Society of Arts, St Albans School, Sony, Symbian, Volvo and a number of universities in the UK and overseas.

A number of full-time three-year PhD studentships are offered, tenable from September/October. Students with a good honours degree, or equivalent qualifications or experience, and those who can demonstrate the knowledge and commitment necessary to undertake intensive advanced work on one of the following topics are encouraged to apply.

Formal methods for human-computer interaction
Digital libraries
Analysis of software-based systems failures
Usability evaluation
Neural networks
Medical and healthcare informatics
Social aspects of computing
Improving capability in software-based systems practices
Database management and design
Natural language understanding

Vision and image processing
Learning environments
Multimedia
Microwave communication

Awards comprise the payment of all fees together with an annual stipend in accordance with the EPSRC standard rate. Teaching work (maximum six hours per week) can earn you up to a further 3,456 pa. Please contact the department for the closing date for applications and interviews.

To apply, please complete the application form which can be download at application form and and e-mail it to Sardia Alhassan (s.alhassan@mdx.ac.uk). If you have questions or wish to discuss anything, please contact Professor Ann Blandford (a.blandford@mdx.ac.uk) or Professor Colin Tully (c.tully@mdx.ac.uk).

If you have any other inquiries, please contact:

Prof. Ann Blandford
School of Computing Science
Middlesex University
Bounds Green Road
London
England
N11 2NQ

Tel: +44 (0)208 362 6163
Fax: +44 (0)208 362 6411
Email:
a.blandford@mdx.ac.uk

 

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Oxford Colleges

(information taken from: http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/io/)

A number of Oxford colleges offer scholarships to students from developing countries who, for political or financial reasons, or because equivalent educational facilities do not exist, cannot study for a degree in their own countries. This scheme is only suitable for candidates of the highest academic ability who have outstanding examination results. However, financial need and social commitment are also major criteria for selection.

The scholarships are largely financed by undergraduates (jointly with colleges and the University) and cover University and college fees and provide a maintenance grant. Awards are not tenable to read medicine due to the length and expense of this course.

Application forms and further information can be obtained from the website www.admin.ox.ac.uk/io or the Student Funding and International Office, University Offices, Wellington Square, Oxford OX1 2JD.

 

Churches' Commission for International Students Hardship Fund

This fund was set up in 1990 to assist full-time international students who are already in the UK and are facing unexpected financial problems during the final stages of their course.

Awards are made to students from developing countries who intend to return home after their current course and who can show that their qualification will benefit such countries. Awards are typically 500 but do not exceed 800 and are made to applicants undertaking a full-time first degree or postgraduate studies lasting a minimum of one academic year. The same person is not funded twice.

Awards are made to students who are within 6 months of finishing and can show that their financial problems are unexpected and that a small grant will enable them to complete their studies.

Decisions are made three times a year, in February (for studies finishing April-July), June (for August-November), and October (for December-March).

Candidates who think they may be eligible should write to David Philpott, Grants Secretary, CCIS Hardship Fund, 121 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 4YN or e-mail dphilpott@cofscotland.org.uk.

 

Emergency Grants from the British Federation of Women Graduates

This foundation aims to help women graduates (UK and overseas) who are studying in the UK by offering grants to help with living costs. They offer a small number of awards including emergency grants. These are one off payments intended to help cover an unexpected financial crisis affecting the completion of an academic year's work. Applicants must show that they had made realistic provision for their year's study but now face an unforeseeable financial crisis. No grant is likely to exceed 500.

Further details are available at BFWG Charitable Foundation or by writing to BFWG Charitable Foundation, 28 Great James Street, London WC1N 3EY.

 

University Childcare Fund

The University has a Childcare Fund, which allocates funding to home and overseas student parents. For more information, see the childcare website.

 

 

 

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University of Birmingham

www.cs.bham.ac.uk

 

University of Birmingham School of Computer Science International Bursary

Supplementary grants for postgraduate study, provided by the School of Computer Science. Mphil, PhD, diploma programs eligibility: overseas applicants with a very good first degree amount: A bursary of 2000.

Selection: Candidates are selected on the basis of academic merit and according to the academic priorities of the School by a group of senior academics from the School of Computer Science.

Contact: the admissions tutor for the program of study for which you are applying.

 

University of Birmingham and Guild of Students Developing Nations Scheme

Award for: one year postgraduate study

Eligibility: a student from a developing country who wishes to undertake a one year taught Master's programme at the University of Birmingham

Amount: Payment of a maximum of approximately 5000 toward maintenance costs.

Contact and Applications:

The Scholarships Office
The University of Birmingham
Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 121 414 6716
Fax: +44 121 414 7926
Email: scholarships@bham.ac.uk

Deadline: apply well before the end of June. Winners should be notified by the end of July.

 

University of Birmingham Merit Scholarships

Award for: one year a master's degree program

Eligibility: Academically outstanding students who do not hold any form of government sponsorship. Candidates are chosen on the basis of academic merit. Amount: Payment of 1500.

Contact and Applications:

The Scholarships Office
The University of Birmingham
Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2TT
United Kingdom
Phone: +44 121 414 6716
Fax: +44 121 414 7926

Email: scholarships@bham.ac.uk

 

Awards for Applicants in Engineering who are Nationals of Particular Countries

Award for: the duration of an undergraduate programme of study (including MEng year).

Amount:  GBP 2,500 per year towards tuition fees.  

Eligibility: international students commencing their undergraduate studies at the University of Birmingham’s School of Engineering in September.

The candidate must:

** Candidates must be a national of Brunei, the People’s Republic of China (including Hong Kong), Cyprus, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Maldives, Myanmar, Singapore, Sri Lanka or Vietnam.

 

Please also note:

 

Eligibility Criteria

The following conditions apply to the undergraduate scholarships listed on these pages:

 

Helpful Addresses

For further information about the University, please look at the University’s web pages. You can find the International Office’s pages at www.bham.ac.uk/international.

For international student enquiries and prospectus requests, please contact the International Office. Email: international@bham.ac.uk

For general scholarship enquiries, please contact the University’s Financial Support Office. Email: scholarships@bham.ac.uk

The University of Birmingham
Edgbaston
Birmingham
B15 2TT
UK

Tel: ++44 121 414 6176
Fax : ++44 121 414 7926

To contact UCAS (University and Colleges Admissions Service):

UCAS can provide information about applying for an undergraduate programme at any UK university, and can supply application forms:

UCAS
Fulton House
Jessop Avenue
Cheltenham
Glos Gl50 3SH,UK

Tel: ++44 1242 227788
Fax: ++44 1242 221622
Website:
http://www.ucas.ac.uk

For further information please contact scholarships@bham.ac.uk

 

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University of East Anglia, Burma Scholarship Program

The University provides annually over 500,000 through the International Scholarship Fund - managed by the International Office. Qualifying applicants will be considered for a 50% tuition-fee scholarship, outstanding candidates will be considered for enhanced scholarships.  Outstanding candidates will be considered for enhanced scholarships.

In order to be considered for a UEA ISF Bursary, students must apply for admission to UEA and be offered a place on a course before 30 April. All students holding a place are automatically considered – no further application is needed. To ensure consideration for a scholarship, students are advised to apply as early as possible for admission.

UEA ISF bursaries are awarded to students on the basis of academic merit. Bursaries are normally awarded for the duration of study: 3 years for Bachelor Degrees or PhD and one year for Masters degrees. ISF Bursary recipients are notified in June.

For more information about scholarships funded by other agencies please contact the British Council and/or Ministry of Education in your home country. You will need to make a separate application for non (UEA) University scholarships.

For more information about UEA international scholarships please email the International Office with your full address details and your latest education background.

For application to UEA, please go to:

http://www.international.uea.ac.uk/apply/default.htm

For more information, please contact:

International Office
University of East Anglia
Norwich
Norfolk
NR4 7TJ

01603 593280 (tel)
01603 458596 (fax)
intl.office@uea.ac.uk (email)

 

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University of Manchester

 

Clicking on the links will take you to each of the scholarships' pages with further information:

 

 

 

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University of Northumbria

 

The University of Northumbria is one of the largest Universities in the UK offering over 400 study programs to over 21,000 students. The four campuses offer a range of lifestyles, from the bustle of a major center site in the heart of Newcastle, to the rural tranquility of the Longhirst Campus set in 45 acres of parkland. Wherever the students choose to study, they are within easy access of some of the country's most spectacular scenery.

In recent years the Higher Education Funding Council for England has audited a wide range of subjects and to date, no subject area assessed at Northumbria has received less than a Satisfactory award. The Sunday Times recently voted Northumbria "Best New University" for the third consecutive year.

(for schools and departments, see: http://northumbria.ac.uk/sd/)

A number of scholarships worth between 1500 and 3000 will be awarded for a wide range of courses at undergraduate, postgraduate and research level at this university. Overseas students from any country outside the European Union (including Burma) may apply. Please note that these scholarships are available for the first year of study only.  The following are the eligible courses.

 

The Carlisle Scholarship any full-time 3-year or 1-year top-up undergraduate programme at Carlisle Campus, including:
  BA/BSc (Hons) Combined Honours
BA (Hons) Business with Tourism
BA (Hons) International and European Business
BA (Hons) Business and Management
School of Art Scholarships any undergraduate or postgraduate course in the School of Art, including:
  BA (Hons) Contemporary Photographic Practice
BA (Hons) Dance
BA (Hons) Drama
BA (Hons) Fine Art
BA (Hons) Media Production
BA (Hons) Performance
MA Fine Art
School of Design Scholarships any undergraduate or postgraduate course in the School of Design, including:
  BA (Hons) Design for Industry
BA (Hons) Fashion
BA (Hons) Fashion Marketing
BA (Hons) Graphic Design
BA (Hons) Multimedia Design
BA (Hons) Three Dimensional Design: Furniture and Interiors/ Jewellery and Fine Product
BA (Hons) Transportation Design
BA (Hons) Design X: Supporting Design Practice
MA Design
MA Design Practice
Faculty of Social Sciences MSc Economics
Scholarships MSc Disaster Management & Sustainable
Development
MSc Strategy & Resource Management
MSc Social Research
School of Information Studies Scholarships any Masters course, including:
  MA/MSc (Hons) Information and Communication Management
MA/MSc Information and Records Management
MA/MSc Information Studies
  any undergraduate course, including:
  BSc (Hons) Information and Communication Management
BA (Hons) Art History and Information Studies
School of Humanities Scholarships MA Conservation of Fine Art (Works of Art on Paper)
MA Conservation of Art (Easel Paintings)
MA Arts and Cultural Management
MA Creative Writing
Faculty of Health, Social Work and Education Scholarships PhD/taught doctorate
Newcastle Business School Scholarships
  BA Accounting & Finance
BA (Hons) Business Administration (final year)
BA International Finance & Accounting
BA Financial Services (final year)
BA (Hons) International Business Administration (final year)
BA (Hons) Logistics and Chain Supply Management
MA Global Financial Management
MA Human Resource Management
MA Marketing
MA Tourism Resource Management
MBA
MSc Risk Management
Faculty of Engineering, Science and Technology Scholarships  Various courses

 

Eligibility and Selection Criteria


Eligible Courses

To be considered, your chosen course should be a full-time course of at least one year's duration or a distance learning course. This includes undergraduate, postgraduate and research programs based at the University but does not include English language (ELAN) courses, exchange programs, short courses or any courses conducted outside the UK. Scholarships for distance learning students will be spread over the duration of their program.

Eligibility and Selection Criteria

In order to apply for one of these scholarships, you must meet the following basic eligibility criteria:

Selection of applicants will be based primarily on academic merit and potential. Other factors may also be taken into account, for example English language proficiency and non-academic achievements such as charitable work or involvement in professional activities.

Applicants who are selected will receive no more than one scholarship.

How to Apply

Course Scholarships and Country Scholarships - application deadline: 31 May.
Prospective students who wish to be considered for either of these two scholarships should first apply for admission to their chosen course. A scholarship application form is then automatically sent to students who are accepted.

For further details of eligibility criteria and information about studying at Northumbria, please
contact the address below:

International Office,
University of Northumbria at Newcastle,
Ellison Place,
Newcastle upon Tyne,
NE1 8ST, United Kingdom
Telephone: +44 191 227 4274 Fax: +44 191 261 1264
e-mail:
er.scholarships@northumbria.ac.uk


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University of Sheffield

www.shef.ac.uk/calendar/postaward.html

 

30 ORSAS Fellowships

Contact: the department to which you are applying.

 

University Studentship

Tuition fees for 3 years, open to all students. Nominations are made by department. For more details see: http://www.shef.ac.uk/~gradsch

 

Archaeology Department

A small number of MAINTENANCE BURSARIES is available for students beginning their research. These bursaries are subject to competition and we welcome applications from well-qualified graduates. To be considered for bursaries, applications should be sent to the Graduate Admissions Tutor by the end of February.

We are pleased to announce that we have up to TEN BURSARIES available for fees. These bursaries pay the whole of the fees for Home and EU students for up to three years, and pay the difference between the Home/EU fee and the Overseas fee for non-EU students (currently worth in the region of 6000 per annum) for up to three years.

We also seek to promote highly qualified non-EU students for British Government Overseas Research Studentships (ORS). These ORS awards pay the difference between the Home/EU fee and the Overseas fee for non-EU students (currently worth in the region of 6000 per annum) for up to three years. If successful in gaining an ORS, the Department will award an additional bursary to the student to pay for the Home/EU component of the fees.

 

Eshelby Memorial Bursary

Founded in memory of Professor J D Eshelby, Professor of Theory of Materials from 1971 to 1982. The bursary shall normally be held in rotation by a postgraduate research student within the Department of Engineering Materials, the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the Department of Physics and the School of Mathematics and Statistics. The recipient must give a presentation of his or her research before the award expires.

Eligibility: Postgraduate students may apply for the Bursary during their first year of research. The research topic of the holder of the Bursary shall be related to any aspect of the science and mathematics of materials. Preference shall be given to candidates whose work is wholly or principally of a theoretical nature.

 

Firth Scholarship

One Scholarship may be awarded annually and is tenable for one year in the Department of Engineering Materials. This Scholarship may be awarded a second or a third time to the same Scholar.

Eligibility: Open to graduates. The holders must undertake research or other postgraduate work approved by the Senate in the Department of Engineering Materials.

Award: 6,620 a year plus fees.

Contact the Department of Engineering Materials for more information.

 

Postgraduate Research Scholarships

Open to graduates of any recognized university.

1. Scholarships may be awarded annually and are tenable for one year. Subject to the provision of General Regulation 2 above, the Scholarships may be awarded for a second or third time to the same Scholar.

2. The value of each Scholarship is 6,620 a year plus tuition fees.

3. The holder of a Scholarship must undertake research approved by the Senate for a Degree of Master or Doctor in one of the departments of the University.

 

Frank Greaves Simpson Scholarships

1. One or more postgraduate Scholarships may be awarded annually and are tenable for one year. Applicants for the postgraduate Scholarships shall be graduates of the University in the Faculty of Engineering, shall have had at least one year's relevant industrial experience subsequent to graduating, and shall undertake work leading to the award of a higher degree. In exceptional cases, applicants may be considered for a postgraduate Scholarship if they have had substantial relevant industrial experience prior to graduating.

2. If funds permit, an undergraduate Scholarship may be awarded to an exceptional undergraduate candidate reading for a first degree in the Faculty of Engineering. Applicants for the undergraduate Scholarships shall be registered as students of the University reading for a first degree in the Faculty of Engineering.

3. Subject to the provision of General Regulation 2 above and the satisfactory attendance and progress of the award holder, a Scholarship may be awarded to the same Scholar for a second and third year. At the end of each year of the award, the Head of the Department concerned and the Scholar shall each submit separate progress reports on the work undertaken during that year.

4. The value of each Scholarship is 6,620 a year plus fees.

 

Tindall Scholarships

Founded by the late Frederic Markham Tindall and open to graduates of any recognised University.

1. Scholarships may be awarded annually and are tenable for one year. Subject to the provisions of General Regulation 2 above, the Scholarship may be awarded for a second or third time to the same Scholar.

2. The value of each Scholarship is 6,620 a year plus tuition fees.

3. The holder of a Scholarship must undertake research approved by the Senate for a Degree of Master or Doctor in one of the departments of the University.

 

Petrie Watson Studentship

The object of the postgraduate Studentship, founded under the will of Mr Arnold Petrie Watson, is to promote studies of an Arts nature.

1. Studentships will be awarded by the Senate on the recommendation of the Board of the Faculty of Arts.

2. The Board of the Faculty will determine the number of Studentships to be awarded in any year and their duration.

3. The Studentships are open to graduates of the Faculty of Arts of not more than one year's standing who wish to pursue their subject at postgraduate level, provided the research project is of an Arts nature. Students holding an award must register for a higher degree of this University.

 

Wightman Research Studentships in the Humanities and Social Studies

The University offers two Research Studentships, tenable in the Faculty of Arts, the Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Social Sciences, the Faculty of Architectural Studies (for work of a non-technical nature in that Faculty) or the Faculty of Educational Studies, and open to graduates of any university. The Studentships are made available with the assistance of the Wightman Fund.

1. The Studentships shall be awarded annually by the Senate of the University on the recommendation of the Faculty Board concerned.

2. The normal tenure for a student reading for the Degree of PhD shall be for three years subject to a satisfactory report on progress by the Head of the Department concerned at the end of each year. The normal tenure for a student reading for the Degree of Master shall be one year but this may be extended for a further year at the request of the Head of the Department and subject to the approval of the University Research Studentships Committee.

3. The emolument of each student shall be 6,620 per annum, according to the candidate's qualifications and research experience (or equivalent).

4. The holder of a Studentship must undertake research in a department of one of the Faculties named above.

Music Department

Two scholarships or bursaries are now available for new overseas entrants to the Music Department's MPhil and PhD courses. Another scholarship is earmarked for an organist. Overseas bursaries are equivalent to ORS awards. All applicants whose papers have been received by May 14th 2000 will be considered; no separate application is necessary. Prospective applicants seeking further information should contact George Nicholson , Director of Graduate Studies.

 

 

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University of Westminster

Since its foundation in 1838 as Britain's first polytechnic, the University of Westminster has been closely involved in the business, professional and academic life of London.

Westminster has always been and continues to be imaginative in recognising new needs and developing appropriate offerings in its many target markets.

And as an employer, it has a strong and historic commitment to equal opportunities.  As a place to work or to study, we strive to strengthen our reputation as a welcoming and inclusive organisation.

To apply to one of our courses, follow the links in the Courses section.

Please go here to find out about funding and scholarships.

http://www.wmin.ac.uk/page-9318

 

SCHOLARSHIPS FOR INTERNATIONAL UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS

 

Scholarship applications open on 1 March and close on 20 April 2007.

Scholarship application deadline for those applying for a course through UCAS Route B is 13 June 2007.

Scholarship application deadline for those applying for an undergraduate course within the School of Integrated Health is 27 July 2007.

 

 

Part International Scholarships

From 2007/8 for the first time, the University will be offering a number of partial scholarships, 2,000 fee waiver, for exceptionally well qualified students from outside the UK/EU area.
These will be for each year of the undergraduate degree, subject to satisfactory academic progress. In the case of courses with a placement year, no scholarship is payable in that year as the University does not charge fees.

 

Full International Scholarships

 

SCHOLARSHIPS for POSTGRADUATE INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS

 

International Students House Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded jointly with International Students House.

LLM International and Commercial Dispute Resolution Scholarship

MA Conference Management Scholarship

 

MA Fashion Design and Enterprise Scholarship

 

MA Globalisation, Development and Transition Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded jointly with International Students House.

 

MA Tourism Management Scholarship

President's Scholarships

These generous awards are aimed at fully funding students from developing countries to study a full-time Masters degree at the University. Particular preference will be given to those who can demonstrate how the knowledge they acquire from their studies will aid the development of their own country.

Quintin Hogg Scholarships

These generous awards funded by the Quintin Hogg Trust and are aimed at fully funding students from developing countries to study a full-time Masters degree at the University, live close by and improve their English prior to the studies. Particular preference will be given to those who can demonstrate how the knowledge they acquire from their studies will aid the development of their own country.

Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship

Our most prestigious award, this scholarship is funded by the Vice-Chancellor's Office and is aimed at fully funding a student from a developing country to study a full-time Masters degree at the University. Particular preference will be given to those who can demonstrate how the knowledge they acquire from their studies will aid the development of their own country.

 

International Scholarships

 

OTHER UNIVERSITY of WESTMINSTER SCHOLARSHIPS

 

English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Scholarships 

For further inquiries, please contact:

scholarships@wmin.ac.uk

 

 

DEADLINES: 31 May 2007 for September 2007/08 scholarships
                    1 November 2007 for January 2008 scholarships

 

Some scholarships have an earlier or later deadline than the standard. Please ensure you check the details of the individual scholarships for information on different deadlines.

 

For application forms, please go to: http://www.wmin.ac.uk/page-6594

 

Applications can be faxed to: 0044 (0)20 7915 5483, or sent to University of Westminster, Scholarships Department, 32-38 Wells St, London W1T 3UW. Receipt will be acknowledged by email. PLEASE DO NOT post and fax. Either one will suffice.

 

For more information, please go to: http://www.wmin.ac.uk/page-6593

 

 

 

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