London Metropolitan University offers ISH/London Met Scholarships for Undergraduate or Postgraduate Students from Selected Developing Countries, UK 2013
Study Subject(s): Courses offered by the university
Course Level: The undergraduate or postgraduate degree level is eligible for this scholarship.
Scholarship Provider: London Metropolitan University and International Students House (ISH)
Scholarship can be taken at: UK
Eligible students applying for the ISH/London Met scholarship must hold an unconditional offer on one of the undergraduate or postgraduate degree courses offered by the University. Applicants are judged on academic merit and on the likely economic/social benefit to their home country. (This must be clearly demonstrated in the personal statement. Evidence of paid and/or voluntary work done should also be included in the scholarship application, where applicable)
Scholarship Open for International Students: Only students from the ISH Scholarship countries are eligible to apply:
Afghanistan, Armenia, Angola, Bhutan, Cameroon,Cuba,East Timor,Gambia, Indonesia,Iran,,Jordan, Kazakhstan, Lebanon, Mongolia, Namibia, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Tibet, Uganda, Uzbekistan, Vietnam, Zimbabwe
Scholarship Description: This scholarship scheme is run jointly by International Students House (ISH) and London Metropolitan University. International Students House provides accommodation and a varied, multicultural social programme for full-time international students in the centre of London
Number of awards offered: Not known
Tenure of award: Not known
Value: Successful students receive free tuition for the duration of their degree at undergraduate or postgraduate level Plus one year of free accommodation at International Students House. (Undergraduate scholars have the possibility to request a second year of free accommodation at ISH. Requests have to be sent to the University in writing in advance.)
Selection Criteria: Not known
Notification: Not known
How to Apply: The students have to apply online
Scholarship Application Deadline: The annual deadlines are 31 May for courses starting in September and 31 October for courses starting in February.