University of Edinburgh Online Commonwealth Scholarships 2019/2020 for Developing Countries
The University’s Global Health Academy has been awarded 10 fully funded studentships across five online Masters programmes within the domain of One Health, One Medicine.
Application Deadline: 22nd March 2019 at 1200 hours BST.
Offered annually? Yes
Eligible Countries: Bangladesh, Botswana, Cameroon, Ghana, India, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Malaysia, Maldives, Maurtitius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Pakistan, Rwanda, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Solomon Islands,South Africa, Sri Lanka, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia.
To be taken at (country): Scotland, UK
Fields of Study:
- MSc in Biodiversity Wildlife and Ecosystem Health
- MSc in International Animal Health
- MSc in Global Health and Infectious Diseases
- MSc One Health
- MSc International Animal Welfare Ethics and Law
- MVetSci Conservation Medicine
Eligibility: The scholarships will be awarded to a candidate who is accepted for admission on to an eligible programme and who are candidates who are citizens of and resident in one of the following developing Commonwealth countries above.
Number of Awardees: 10
Value of Scholarship: The scholarship includes full tuition fee and resources to enhance student participation, access and research skills. This includes participation in a summer school; contribution towards student costs of internet access & printing (journal articles, etc); and a contribution to MSc project costs (materials, travel, etc).
Duration of Scholarship: 1 year
How to Apply: Applicants who are eligible for these scholarships should apply for one of the five programmes in the first instance and notify the programme director of their intention to apply for the scholarship. The programme director will then give you further information on how to apply.
Award Provider: University of Edinburgh, UK
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