2013 Mary Orr Paterson Scholarship for Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Slovakia Students at University of Edinburgh in UK

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Undergraduate and Postgraduate Scholarship for Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Slovakia Students at University of Edinburgh in UK 2013

Study Subject(s): Courses offered by the university.
Course Level: This scholarship is available for pursuing master’s  and undergraduate degree level.
Scholarship Provider: University of Edinburgh
Scholarship can be taken at: UK

Eligibility:
–   The scholarship is awarded broadly on the basis of academic merit.
–  Primarily to citizens from the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Slovakia who are accepted for admission on a full-time basis for a programme of study and whose personal circumstances would make accepting an offer from the University difficult.

Scholarship Open for International Students: This Scholarship is open for Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Slovakia Students.

Scholarship Description:  This scholarship is awarded to an undergraduate or postgraduate student from the Czech Republic, Poland, Russia and Slovakia. The value of the award is a maximum of £4,000 per annum towards fees or maintenance costs or travelling expenses and is tenable for the duration of the programme of study, subject to satisfactory academic progress.

What does it cover? The value of the award is a maximum of £4,000 per annul towards fees or maintenance costs or traveling expenses and is tenable for the duration of the programme of study, subject to satisfactory academic progress.

Notification: A Selection Committee will meet in May 2013 to select the scholarship holder. The winner of the scholarship will be announced in June 2013.

How to Apply: The mode of applying is by post.

Scholarship Application Deadline: Do submit your applications till 1 May 2013.

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