University College London in partnership with International Students House (ISH) is offering these awards: the IOE – International Student House Centenary Scholarship, and the Mary Trevelyan Centenary Scholarship (in honour of the founder of ISH).
Value of Scholarship:
- ISH will provide accommodation for a year, while the IOE covers tuition fees.
- These scholarships do not cover subsistence in London or travel.
Eligible Countries: Developing Countries
To be taken at (country): UK
- Be citizens and residents of a low or lower-middle-income country (as per World Bank website).
- Have an offer to study a full-time masters degree in London at the UCL Institute of Education (October 2020 start).
- Not have studied or lived in the UK before.
Number of Awardees: Not specified
Duration of Scholarship: 1 year
How to Apply: Applicants are to first apply for admission into any of the education courses the university and receive admission offer before applying for the scholarship.
Note: Before you apply for admission, ensure that you:
Please read the statements and ensure you satisfy them, before applying;
- I have checked whether there is an application deadline and I will submit my application before any applicable deadline. I understand that references must be uploaded before any deadline.
- I can provide a valid email address for each referee and I have contacted both referees to advise them they will receive a request to upload their reference via a secure website. I understand that my application will be put on hold and will not be considered by UCL until references have been uploaded.
- I am able to submit my transcript in electronic format (.doc, .docx, .jpg, .pdf) at the same time as my application. This document will less than 2MB in size.
- If an application processing fee applies to my programme, I am able to pay the fee online as part of my application, or arrange for the fee to be paid on my behalf, and have read and understood the Terms and Conditions. I understand that if a fee is required, my application is not submitted to UCL before the fee is paid.
- I understand that if I am applying for a research programme or a taught programme which is exempt, that no fee is required.
- I will submit my own application and am not using an agent to do so on my behalf.
If you fulfil all the criteria, please email [email protected] to request a scholarship application form. Please include in your email your student ID number.
For more information, visit the official scholarship Page