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University of Essex launches Master’s scholarship programme worth up to GBP 5,000

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Posted on 22 Feb 2022
16:07 PM
University of Essex has seen a strong demand for traditional programmes including Business, Computing and Engineering.

University of Essex has seen a strong demand for traditional programmes including Business, Computing and Engineering. Source: University of Essex Source: University of Essex

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The scholarship is awarded as a partial tuition fee waiver and is available for students on postgraduate taught Master’s courses
The scholarship, worth up to GBP 5,000, or approximately Rs 5 lakh, is paid as a discount on the tuition fee

The University of Essex has announced its Academic Excellence International Master’s Scholarship programme in India, with scholarships worth up to GBP 5,000 for Indian students looking to study for a Master’s degree in the UK. The scholarship is available across all courses and departments, except East 15 Acting School. The scholarship is available for the University of Essex’s September 2022 and January 2023 intakes.

Indian students, who took their undergraduate degree overseas or in the UK and are self-funding their postgraduate studies, could be eligible under the scholarship programme. The scholarship, worth up to GBP 5,000, or approximately Rs 5 lakh, is paid as a discount on the tuition fee.

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The scholarship awards are given based on academic merit. Applicants need to submit a complete application along with a detailed statement of purpose, relevant academic or work references along with valid English language test results to be eligible for the award. Applicants do not have to make an additional application for the academic excellence scholarship, and applications for relevant courses will automatically be considered.

The scholarship is awarded as a partial tuition fee waiver and is available for students on postgraduate taught Master’s courses. Eligible courses are those which are full-time taught Master’s courses leading to MA, MSc, LLM and MRes degrees.

Sandeep Sharma, regional director for South Asia at the University of Essex, said, “We’re seeing high levels of interest from Indian students wanting to study at the University of Essex. They are attracted by our academic reputation across a number of fields and the campus-based educational experience we can offer as one of the most international universities in the world.”

Sharma goes on to add that there has been a strong demand for traditional programmes including Business, Computing and Engineering, and the institute has also seen growing interest towards specialist areas such as Psychology, Biological Science and Biotechnology, Data Analytics, etc.

“In addition, the UK government’s Graduate Route is proving popular with Indian students as it provides postgraduate students the chance to stay in the UK and work, or look for work, at any skill level for two years, or three years for doctoral students.”

For more details, click here: https://www.essex.ac.uk/scholarships/academic-excellence-international-masters-scholarship

Last updated on 22 Feb 2022
16:49 PM
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