Queen’s University of Belfast in Belfast, UK has announced scholarships to the value of £1500, £2000 and £3000 for the students holding conditional or Unconditional offer for Sept 2011 intake.
The deadline for sending the scholarship application is 31st May, 2011.
Queen’s University Belfast has announced the availability of central scholarships for current international applicants holding an unconditional or conditional offer for a full-time postgraduate taught Masters Course starting in September 2011.
The scholarships to the value of £1,500, £2,000 or £3,000 are payable towards course tuition fees. They will be awarded to selected applicants on the basis of academic merit, Queen’s regional priorities, and the course applied for. Preference for an award of £2,000 or £3,000 will be given to applicants intending to study courses at Band 2 or Band 3 tuition fee level.
Queen’s University Belfast
As a Russell Group University, it is one of the UK’s 20 leading universities, providing world-class education underpinned by world-class research. The university offers quality courses that are recognized globally, with 22 subjects ranked in the top 20 in the UK (Times Good University Guide 2011).
Criteria for the awards
•To apply for a scholarship you must hold an unconditional or conditional offer for a full-time postgraduate taught course starting in September 2011.
•You must intend to enroll for your course in September 2011. Scholarships cannot be deferred.
You must be regarded as an overseas student for fees purposes.
•You must be self-funding.
•You must satisfy the academic merit criteria for the award of a scholarship.
•A scholarship may not be held in conjunction with another Queen’s University tuition fee reduction or scholarship.
How to Apply
If you hold a conditional or unconditional offer for a postgraduate taught Masters course at Queen’s, download and complete the Scholarship Application Form available at the university’s website before 31st May 2011!
The closing date is 31 May 2011.
Note- The scholarships are not open to students progressing to Queen’s through partnership arrangements.