University of Essex Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships for Taught Masters Students 2017-2018, UK

University of Essex


Deadline:

July 31, 2017

Disciplines:

Any


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Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships for taught Masters students

If you're an international student from outside the EU and are funding your own studies, you could be eligible for a scholarship worth up to £5,000, which you'll receive as a tuition fee discount in your first year.

Our Vice-Chancellor established a major fund to pay for these scholarships.

CountryScholarship amountDetails
China Three £5,000 scholarships For postgraduates from China who work at specific institutions
Latin America Four £5,000 scholarships For postgraduates Latin America
Vietnam Two £5,000 scholarships For high-achieving postgraduates (GPA 8.5 and above)
General Five £2,000 scholarships Other awards may be allocated under this scheme to high achieving international postgraduates

 

Eligibility

You must meet all of the following conditions:

  • be classified as an international student for fee purposes
  • be fully self-funding your studies
  • where a country is specified, to have completed relevant school or university studies in that country

Students who aren't eligible

You are are not eligible for this award, even if you meet the criteria above, if you:

  • defer your entry (if you defer entry to the following year, the award will be withdrawn, though you may be considered again under the following year's terms and conditions)

You can only receive one award and it can't normally be held in conjunction with other University of Essex awards

For more information click "Further official information" below.


This opportunity has expired. It was originally published here:

http://www.essex.ac.uk/fees-and-funding/masters/scholarships/vc.aspx



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Publish Date
December 05, 2016




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