IOE/ISH Centenary Masters Scholarship
Scholarship Deadline: 5th of April 2019 (annual)
Place of Study: London, UK.
Coursework starts October 2019
University of London Scholarships
For 2019/20, IOE is now giving Centenary Masters Scholarships to scholars who plan to work either in their own country or another. This is in order to improve the state of affairs of disadvantaged, debarred or underachieving citizens.
University College London in the UK, Institute of Education
The course of study:
Full-time course Master’s Degree programmes offered at UCL, Institute of Education
Please note that online courses are not available for these scholarships.
Available Number of Scholarships: Not stated
Target group: Candidates from low or average income countries.
Scholarship estimations and inclusions:
This IOE centenary Masters Scholarship is available to cover full tuition fees and 1-year accommodation at London International Student’s House. So be informed that these scholarships do not cover other basic costs of living in London, travelling/ flight fare, or any other costs.
How to be qualified:
Candidates who wish to be eligible for this scholarship must:
- be a citizen and resident of a low or middle income-earning country with a Gross National Income (GNI) not higher than $8000 per capita (in line with the World Bank GNI per capita classification tables)
- have been given an offer to study a full-time master’s degree course in London at the University College, Londono- Institute of Education (October 2019 start).
- Not be a once-studied or lived in the UK before.
A qualified/ eligible student for the centenary Masters scholarship will be sent an email with full details of how to apply for these scholarships. The closure date to apply for these scholarships is 5th of April 2019 (23:59 London time).
It is very crucial to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Official Scholarship Website: http://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/about/global-engagement/scholarships-funding