University of Sussex Chancellor’s International Scholarship
The University of Sussex Chancellor’s International Scholarship is open for International Students.
The scholarship allows Masters, Postgraduate level program(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at the University of Sussex.
The deadline for the scholarship is 01 May 2020.
University of Sussex Chancellor’s International Scholarship is available to undertake Masters, Postgraduate level programs at the University of Sussex.
All subjects EXCEPT
You are not eligible for this scholarship if you are going to study the following courses:
Postgraduate diplomas (including CPE Common Professional Examination)
Corruption, Law and Governance LLM (delivered in Qatar)
Development Studies MA
Early Years in Education MA
Globalization, Business and Development MA
Governance, Development and Public Policy MA
Power, Participation and Social Change MA
Poverty and Development MA
Masters degrees in Social Work (if receiving an NHS bursary)
Schools direct teaching courses
any Masters funded by the research councils (e.g. those receiving ESRC 1+3 funding are not eligible)
any Masters at Brighton and Sussex Medical School.
International overseas fee-paying student.
50 percent fee-paying reduction.
Non-UK/EU Based International student.
To be eligible for this scholarship you must:
be classified as overseas for fee purposes.
have accepted a place on a full-time eligible Masters, commencing at the University of Sussex in September 2020.
have excellent grades (UK first class or equivalent)
have clear and specific goals with defined links to your course.
As there are limited scholarships available, this scholarship is extremely competitive (for 2019 entry we received more than 1000 applications for only 25 awards).
To be considered for the Chancellors International Scholarship, you need to have received and accepted an offer of a place on an eligible Masters at Sussex. There is guidance about how to apply for a Masters on our website.
To apply for the scholarship, you are required to provide a statement of academic interests. You should include information about: your drive and ambitions
your potential for positive impact when you return to your home country
any relevant work experience, skills or extra-curricular activity that relate to your ambitions and/or chosen course
To be considered, you will need to demonstrate excellent grades in your most recent qualification (i.e. a first-class degree if you are studying in the UK). You do not need to have completed your qualification, however, as we can make conditional scholarship offers.
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