Eira Davies Scholarship
Female students ordinarily resident in a developing country as listed* who are admitted to pursue an undergraduate or a Taught Master’s postgraduate courses within the College of Human and Health Sciences at Swansea University shall be eligible to apply for the Eira Francis Davies Scholarship.
The Eira Francis Davies Scholarship is a full tuition fee scholarship, and will be awarded to students demonstrating academic excellence and evidence of financial need. It is also a condition of the award that students return to their home country and detail how completion of the programme will better the lives of those at home.
For undergraduate courses, applicants are expected to achieve 3 A and/or B grades at A-Level or equivalent (excluding General Studies) and 5 A and/or B grades at GCSE level or equivalent. For Postgraduate Taught courses, applicants should have a minimum of a 2:1 Bachelors degree (or equivalent). In the case of all applicants, their English language ability must meet any stipulated condition of offer and UKBA requirements.
Candidates must be new, full-time, degree seeking, non-EU applicants
Candidates must have completed an application to study and accepted the offer of a place at Swansea University with the College of Human and Health Sciences
Candidates must show strong academic ability and financial need
Candidates should not be eligible for other financial support from Swansea University e.g. tuition fee reductions through collaborative links or bursaries Please note that students progressing from ICWS are not eligible to apply for an International Scholarship
- Applicants must be a female resident of one of the designated list of eligible developing countries.
- Employees of Swansea University will not be eligible to apply.
How to Apply
- Please read the full the Eira Davies Terms and Conditions before applying
- Download and complete the Eira Davies Application Form
Deadline for Eira Davies Scholarship Applications: 1st July 2016
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