Students from developing Commonwealth countries who have applied to study a full-time taught postgraduate (Masters) degree at BU and who can demonstrate they already have an outstanding academic and personal profile can now apply for the 2013 BU – Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme.
This scholarship, offered in conjunction with the UK Government, is offered to two successful applicants for the September 2013 entry
Applicable courses are:
- MSc Public Health
- MSc Tourism Management
Worth of Awards
Scholarships are paid by full tuition fee waiver and monthly allowance. Other allowances include:
- Full tuition fee
- Return air fare to the UK
- Monthly allowance (approximately £880)
- Thesis and study travel costs (approximately £300)
- Students who are residents in developing Commonwealth countries who have applied to study eligible taught postgraduate (Masters) degree at BU. Eligible countries are listed on the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission website.
- You must be able to demonstrate an exceptional academic profile (equivalent to UK 1st Class Honours degree as assessed by NARIC)
- You must be able to demonstrate an outstanding personal profile as evidenced in your personal statement.
- Recipients of this scholarship cannot be in receipt of any other BU scholarship
- Financial need will not be taken into consideration.
How to Apply
- You must apply online through the Electronic Application System on the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme website.
- Completed application forms should be returned to:
askBU Students Service
Forms can also be scanned and emailed to: [email protected]
Deadline: The deadline for applications is 16 April 2013
Successful applicants will normally be informed by end of June 2013. Although they may contact you with a decision in principle based on any predicted grades, your award will not be formally approved until you hold an unconditional firm offer.
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