University of Winchester International Taught masters programme in UK, 2020 Scholarship

University of Winchester International Taught masters programme in UK, 2020 Scholarship



VICE CHANCELLOR’S SCHOLARSHIP (INTERNATIONAL)

The international Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship (International) is currently available for Vietnamese or Thai postgraduate taught applicants to the University of Winchester who, as part of their UK studies, contribute to the University’s international strategy.

Open to: Nationals of Thailand or Vietnam only who are applying for a postgraduate taught programme.
Criteria: Applicants will be assessed based on their academic suitability and their ability to contribute towards the University’s international strategy (see application form for details)
Value: 1x £5,000 per country, 5x £2,000 per country
Access agreement*: No
How to apply: Please complete the International Scholarship Application Form and return to international@winchester.ac.uk.

Deadline: 30th June

INTERNATIONAL TAUGHT MASTERS SCHOLARSHIP

The International students scholarship is available to all International (non EU) students applying for a postgraduate taught programme at the University**.

Open to: International Students applying for a postgraduate taught programme.
Criteria: Must have accepted an offer from the University of Winchester
Value: £1,000
Access agreement*: No
How to apply: Automatically awarded after accepting an offer.

Deadline: 31st August

**Excluding distance learning students.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS SCHOLARSHIP

The International students scholarship is available to all International (non EU) students applying for a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme at the University.

Open to: International Students applying for an undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme. (not available for International Foundation Programme)
Criteria: Application process (see application form for details). Undergraduate applicants need to apply each year with a separate application.
Value: £1,000
Access agreement*: No
How to apply: Please complete the International Scholarship Application Form and return to international@winchester.ac.uk.

Deadline: 30th June

PEACEWIN SCHOLARSHIPS

Distance Learning MA in Reconciliation and MA Reconciliation and Peacebuilding

Centre of Religion, Reconciliation and Peace, University of Winchester

  • Are you unable to move to the UK, but still interested in getting an internationally renowned MA in Reconciliation/Reconciliation and Peacebuilding?
  • Are you from/Do you live in a conflict affected region or post-conflict country?

Then you are eligible to apply for our PeaceWin scholarships that will cover your tuition fees for 1 year full-time or 2 years part-time study.

The MA programmes offer a unique opportunity to study reconciliation and peacebuilding and the role of religion, in a supportive yet challenging environment with fascinating students from around the world. Find out more information about the programme.

Applicants will be assessed on academic suitability, supporting evidence of the need for financial support, and subject to passing the standard application process. To apply for a scholarship, you must first have been accepted on the course. Find out how to apply.

PeaceWin Scholarship Application Form

For more information please contact Programme Leader Dr Majbritt Lyck-Bowen Majbritt.Lyck-Bowen@winchester.ac.uk. Once you have been accepted on the programme, please send your application to Dr Majbritt Lyck-Bowen and Rebecca Bellamy, Centre administrator, Rebecca.Bellamy@winchester.ac.uk.

Deadline for applications is the 3rd of August 2020.

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