A scholarship covering tuition fees, accommodation, living expenses and flight to and from London, offered by the University of Westminster to international students from developing countries holding an offer for a full-time Master program at the university.
The University of Westminster is a prestigious London-based educational institution, offering high-level undergraduate and postgraduate course in a great variety of fields, as well as generous funding opportunities to talented students.
They offer yearly a scholarship for international students from developing countries admitted to pursue their master degree at the University of Westminster covering the full tuitions fees, accommodation and living expenses, and flights to and from London.
Candidates should submit a filled application form by post no later than October 14, 2019 if they want to receive funding starting from January 2020. The application should include transcripts, a letter of recommendation, a personal statement, a description of the candidate’s financial situation/need and a career aspirations/development plan.
- Applicants must be international students from developing countries
- They should be admitted in a full-time Master program at the University of Westminster
- They must have excellent previous academic results (equivalent to a UK First Class Honours degree)
- They should be able to prove financial need as well as potential for development
How to Apply
Candidates should download and fill in the application form available on the university’s website and submit it by post no later than October 14, 2019, 5pm (GMT). The application should include:
- A letter of admission from the University of Westminster
- A copy of the applicants’ most recent transcript
- A reference letter written by a previous professor, tutor, academic or employer
- A copy of the applicants’ IELTS or TOEFL results (in the case of overseas candidates holding a conditional offer of a place at the university)
- A maximum 500 words personal statement explaining how the applicants’ previous academic qualifications and professional experience relates to their course of study at the University of Westminster, as well as what they expect to gain from studying there
- A maximum 500 words career aspirations/development plan explaining how the applicants believe they will develop during their Master and how they plan to use the acquired knowledge and experience to contribute to the development of their home country
- A maximum 300 words description of their financial situation/need
- Optionally, students can attach one additional relevant document to support their application (e.g. curriculum vitae, another reference letter etc.)