2012 Scholarship for international student to study at University of Westminster UK, its open for student from a developing countries, and the scholarship application must be submitted before 1 November 2011
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.
- You must be an international student from a developing country and hold an offer for a full-time Masters degree.
- Academic excellence, development potential and financial need.
How to apply
- Apply for scholarships only after you have been offered a place (conditional or unconditional) on a course at the University of Westminster.
- Please do not apply if you have already enrolled or begun a course of study at the University of Westminster.
- Read the information on individual scholarships carefully and ensure that you only apply for ones that you are eligible for and meet the criteria of. For example, do not apply for the Vietnam Scholarship unless you are from Vietnam.
- Photocopy the application form at the back of our scholarships brochure or print the form from our website.
- Use the same application form when applying for more than one scholarship.
- Attach the relevant papers only and keep your supporting documents to a minimum. The quantity of documents sent does not give any advantage.
- Attach translations where supporting documents are in any other language but English.
- Word process the application as far as possible. If handwriting the application, please ensure it is written clearly and in block letters. Illegible applications will be considered ineligible.
- Keep your application concise.
- Unless you are applying for a specific scholarship, just say what level of support you require eg, fees only, fees and accommodation etc and the scholarship will be matched to your needs where possible.
- Provide a valid email address. The University and its Scholarships Committee is not responsible for opportunities missed because of an invalid email address.
- Only send copies of your academic transcript as the university is not able to return any original documentation sent.
- It is acceptable for your university to send transcripts directly to the university, but they will not be returned to you.
- If, as an international student, you are already in the U.K. please explain why.