Developing Futures Scholarships
At the School of Management, we understand what employers look for and so we have created this unique Developing Futures Scholarship programme. The School of Management is dedicated to our students and we are passionate about student success; in both academic excellence and involvement in student life.
Our Developing Futures programme is more than a scholarship package, along with financial support for an academic year you will also get the chance to gain valuable career-enhancing skills. Recipients of the scholarship will be required to work with the Recruitment and Marketing teams on three events, plus one event for the Student Experience team and the Careers team. We also expect recipients to join a society or become a course representative for their degree programme. The skills you will develop by taking part in these activities will make you stand out from your peers.
Scholarships available for offer holders
Postgraduate (taught) scholarships
Available to non-EU undergraduate students who have an offer to study at the School of Management in 2017/2018.
Available to students from any country who have an offer to study at the School of Management in 2017/2018.
£2,000 for one academic year - automatically deducted from tuition fees.
£3,000 for one academic year - automatically deducted from tuition fees.
PLEASE NOTE that you must have an offer to study full-time at the School of Management in September 2017 to be able to apply.
- Scholarships will be deducted from tuition fees and cannot be transferred to another intake if you defer entry.
- Applicants are not eligible to hold other Swansea University awards such as bursaries, or home country sponsorship.
How to Apply
The closing date for applications is 11th August 2017.
You’ll need to download and complete the Scholarship Application Form and return it by email.
We’ll be taking into consideration your:
- Academic competence
- Financial need
- Passion and future plans
- Ability and plans to contribute back to the School and University.
For more information click "Further official information" below.
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