Westminster International Scholarships for Developing Countries, UK 2013/2014
The University of Westminster UK is offering international scholarships for full-time Masters degree for students from Developing Countries 2013/2014
Accepted Subject Areas?
All courses offered at the University
The University of Westminster UK is a public research university located in London, United Kingdom. Its antecedent institution, the Royal Polytechnic, was founded in 1838 and was the first polytechnic to open in England.
The University of Westminster is offering International Scholarships for full-time Masters degree. These generous awards are aimed at fully funding you if you are from a developing country and will study a full-time Masters degree at the University. Particular preference will be given to you if you can demonstrate how the knowledge you acquire from your studies will aid the development of your own country.
Scholarship Offered Since: Not specified
Scholarship Type: full-time Masters Scholarship
By what Criteria is Selection Made?
The scholarship will be awarded based on the following criteria:
- academic excellence,
- development potential and
- financial need
Who is qualified to apply?
How Many Scholarship Positions are available? Several
What are the benefits?
- Full tuition fee waivers,
- living expenses and flights to and from London.
How long will sponsorship last?
For the duration of the masters degree programme
Developing countries including Africa
To be taken at (country): University of Westminster United Kingdom
What time of year does Application Close?
The Deadline is on 31 May 2013
Offered annually? Yes
How can I Apply?
You can download the application forms and find out more about the application process here.
How can I get more information?
If you need more Information about this scholarship, kindly visit the Scholarship Webpage
Sponsor: University of Westminster.
Important Notes: You will be required to formally accept the scholarship and its conditions by signing the contract that is sent with your awarding letter. During and after your period of study you may be asked to participate in promotional activities for the University. This may include receptions and social events, testimonial or publicity articles or even assisting with activities in your home country.