Centenary Taught Masters Scholarships for non-EU students: applications for 2016-17 are now open
Applications for Centenary Taught Masters Scholarships are now open. Please note that only students who hold an offer to study a taught masters course at the UCL Institute of Education will be eligible to apply for these scholarships. The scholarships are available to non-EU students only.
Please note that online courses are not eligible for these scholarships.
We encourage applications from those who plan to work either in their home country, or another, to improve the circumstances of disadvantaged, excluded or underachieving citizens.
We are delighted that once again we will be partnering with International Students House (ISH) in these awards: the IOE-International Student House Centenary Scholarship, and the Mary Trevelyan Centenary Scholarship (in honour of the founder of ISH). ISH will provide accommodation for a year, while the IOE covers tuition fees. Please note that these scholarships do not cover subsistence in London.
Offer holders will receive an email with details of how to apply for these scholarships. If you have an offer to study a masters course at the UCL Institute of Education (October 2016 entry) and you haven't received this email, please contact IOE International with details of your full name, name of master course and student number (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The deadline to apply for these scholarships is 18th March 2016.
We specialise in education and related social sciences. Our masters programmes can deepen your knowledge, develop your skills and enable you to follow your chosen career pathway.
For the second year running the UCL Institute of Education (IOE) has been ranked as the world's number one university for Education in the 2015 QS World University Rankings, and in the UK's last Research Assessment Exercise, we topped the league tables for education research, and most recently we are proud to have been shortlisted for the Times Higher Education Awards 'University of the Year 2014'.
Choose a programme
Our modular structure offers choice and flexibility, with full-time and part-time and online study options available. We offer more than fifty taught masters degrees in the following subject areas:
Arts and Culture
Digital Technologies in Education
Early Years and Childhood
English and Applied Linguistics
Health and Well-being
Higher and Lifelong Education
International Development and Education
Leadership and Management
Learning, Teaching and Assessment
Psychology and Special Educational Needs
Social Science and Social Policy
Get in touch
Keen to start studying in October but have a question about the programme? Call our masters hotline number (free from a landline) now to enquire 0800 9778087 or 0207 331 5100, email email@example.com.
Meet our students
Listen to why so many students choose the IOE for their postgraduate study.
'Some careers are impossible to follow without the right degrees or qualifications. Through my masters I now work in a field I enjoy and make a positive contribution to - this would not have been possible without my MA…..a masters at the IOE can be a good investment.'
Sébastien Hine - MA Educational Planning, Economics and International Development'
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