Tuesday, May 5, 2015

University of Kent International Scholarships for Taught Masters Students

The University has a long tradition of welcoming international students from around the world and is pleased to be able to offer a number of scholarships for entry at taught master's level.

The scholarships will be worth £5000 (for one year of study) towards the cost of tuition fees and are offered to nationals of any country paying international fees.

In order to be eligible for consideration for a scholarship, all of the conditions 1 to 3 below must have been satisfied:
1. An application must have been made for a postgraduate (taught) degree course at the University of Kent (any location of study is permissible)
2. The applicant must have received an unconditional offer of a place on such a degree course.
3. The University must have received confirmation of the applicant's firm acceptance of the offer by the deadline date.

How to apply
Please complete the International Scholarship application form (Word Document), which will include an original essay of between 750 to 1,000 words answering the question below:
'Why have you chosen your selected postgraduate taught degree programme; why have you applied to the University of Kent; and how do you see your degree at Kent preparing you for your life after graduation?'

Once you have completed your application form please save this and then submit this via your student application portal

Scholarships will be awarded based on the information provided on your UCAS form, together with the clear thinking and motivation shown in the submitted essay.
The University of Kent reserves the right not to allocate the awards if the selection panel identifies no suitable candidates.
The International Scholarship is subject to full terms and conditions which will be provided to successful candidates at the point of award.

Deadline: 31 May 2015

For further details and application please visit the University of Kent International Scholarships for Taught Masters Students page.

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