University of Westminster International Scholarships for Developing Countries, UK 2014 – November Deadline

Brief description

The University of Westminster offers generous scholarship awards aimed at fully funding you if you are from a developing country and will study a full-time Masters degree at the University.

Eligible Field of Study: Scholarships are provided any Masters courses offered by the University of Westminster in UK.

About Scholarship

Applicants can only apply for a scholarship at University of Westminster once you have been offered either a conditional or unconditional place on your chosen course. The university cannot consider your application for a scholarship if you have not already made an application for admission and been successfully offered a place on a course.

Scholarship Offered Since: Not specified

Scholarship Type: Scholarships for Masters degree in UK

Selection Criteria and Eligibility

You must be an international student from a developing country and hold an offer for a full-time Masters degree.

Academic excellence, financial need and development potential

Number of Scholarships: Several

Value of Scholarship: Full tuition fee waiver, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London

Duration of Scholarship: for the duration of the programme

Eligible Countries: students from Developing Countries

To be taken at (country): University of Westminster UK

Application Deadline: 1st November 2013.

Offered annually? Yes

How to Apply

Visit webpage for Westminster International Scholarships

Sponsors: University of Westminster, UK

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    please i am interested in studying with your University.
    i will please be very grateful if you could grant me full scholarship to pursue masters degree.
    Hoping to hear from you soon.
    Thank you.

  2. says

    just i hope you will help me to get masterdegree as poor sudanese student because iam from darfur and iam suffering and my people too .to raise and to make change in my social. thank you.

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