University of Southampton is offering postgraduate taught talent scholarship for 2017 entry. Scholarships of £6,000 are available for students from Africa, Middle East, South America and India.
Application Deadline: 31st March 2017 | Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: Students from Africa, Middle East, South America and India
To be taken at (country): University of Southampton, UK
About Scholarship: The Postgraduate Taught Talent Scholarship of £6,000 is available for up to 3 students from Africa, Middle East, South America and India who excel in their field. These scholarships are only for 2016 entry. If students are unable to take up your place in 2016 entry and subsequently re-apply for 2017 entry, scholarships will not automatically carry over. These scholarships only apply to Winchester School of Art and will not apply if student change their programme to another School/Faculty. Although student may apply for more than one scholarship, they can only receive one scholarship from the University.
Type: postgraduate taught
Eligibility: Scholarship is available for students from Africa, Middle East, South America and India who excel in their field. These scholarships are only for 2016 entry.
Number of Scholarships: three
Value of Scholarship: Scholarship of £6,000 is available for students
Duration of Scholarship: scholarship is a onetime award
How to Apply:
- Applications should be sent by post or email.
- You must have attached in the application a 500 word personal statement containing:
- Please submit a 500 word personal statement containing the following (this can be typed and attached separately):
- Evidence of academic or career progression and any professional achievement
- How the MA programme would enhance your career prospects • Why and how this scholarship will benefit you
Visit scholarship webpage for details to apply
Provider: Faculty Associate Director of Internationalization, University of Southampton (UK)
Important Notes: Only successful students will be notified if they have been awarded a scholarship. These students will receive an official award letter to the email address provided on their scholarship application form.