Each applicant wants a bright future but only some of them are able to build it because of the high cost of study. Therefore, the University of Edinburgh is offering the Chemistry Tercentenary International masters programmes programs for helping in your studies.
The educational award is available for outstanding international students and aims to cover some of their training expenses at the university in theÂ UK.
University or Organization:Â The University of Edinburgh
Department:Â The School of Chemistry
Course Level:Â Masters course
Access Mode:Â Email
Number of Awards:Â One grant is available
The program can be taken inÂ the United Kingdom
- Eligible Countries:Â Applicants from outside the UK
- andÂ EUÂ are eligible to apply.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: An MSc Medicinal & Biological Chemistry and MSc Materials Chemistry degree program within the School ofÂ ChemistryÂ at the university.
- Admissible Criteria: You must not apply for theÂ MScÂ Research programme program.
How to Apply:Â Before applying to this educational award; the participants have to register themselves in aÂ Masters DegreeÂ program at the university.
- After completing your registration in your program, you can submit your interest towards the grant by emailing toÂ firstname.lastname@example.org.
- You have to submit full details of your EUCLID application, a statement why you would be an excellent student for the award in no more than 250 words. You must also indicate how you will fund the difference between the value of the award and the actual annual cost of studying and living at the university.
- Admission Requirements:Â An ideal participant must hold a first-class honours degree or upper second-class honours degree from a recognized university or institution.
- Language Requirement:Â Candidates, who are non-English language speakers, must satisfy the English languageÂ entry requirementsÂ of IELTS 6.5 or equivalent.
Benefits:Â The educational bursary will have a value of Â£28,600 and will cover your tuition fees and will be tenable for one academic session.
Application Deadline:Â May 1, 2020