The University of Kent in conjunction with the GREAT Britain Campaign and the British Council is providing the British Council GREAT Scholarships for high-potential students in the UK.
There are ten scholarships of £10,000 each will be made available exclusively to Chinese, Indian, Malaysian, Thai and Turkish students wishing to undertake a masters degree program at the University of Kent.
Awarded many times for Teaching Excellence Framework, the University of Kent is a leading higher institution in Canterbury, England. It is a forward-thinking institution producing world-class research. It was established in 1965 and is also known as Beloff’s plate glass university.
Why study at the University of Kent? The university’s top-notch teaching, world-leading research, safe and friendly study locations provide students with a superb experience and make their education journey memorable
Application Deadline: May 31, 2021
- University or Organization: University of Kent
- Department: N/A
- Course Level: Master
- Awards: £10,000
- Number of Awards: Ten
- Access Mode: Online
- Nationality: China, Egypt, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Thailand
- The award can be taken in the UK
- Eligible Countries: China, Egypt, Ghana, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Thailand
- Eligible Course or Subjects: Master degree program in any field offered by the university.
- Eligibility Criteria: You will be considered for this program if you must:
- Be a citizen of one of the program’s countries: China, India, Malaysia, Thailand or Turkey, and be assessed as an overseas fee payer.
- Be active in the field with work experience or proven interest in the subject area
- Be willing to embody the UK Higher Education experience, by attending lectures and tutorials and engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for UK Higher Education, by promoting the value of studying at a UK HEI
- Be willing to establish engagement with the UK as a scholar, through personal and academic fulfilment
- Represent the high standards of the GREAT brand by becoming an advocate for programmes
- Be willing to attend a networking event of all UK-based GREAT scholars, to discuss experiences and capture perceptions of studying in the UK.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: The application portal for the opportunity will be made available to you only after applying for an applicable program at the university:
- Supporting Documents: As a part of your application for the opportunity , you will need to upload an essay, which should be submitted as either a Word or PDF document. An essay must be written within 500 words about a topic that you have studied previously and why you found it interesting.
- Admission Requirements: To be enrolled in a master program at the university, you must generally have a British first or second class honours degree in a relevant or appropriate subject, or the equivalent from an internationally recognized institution.
- Language Requirement: If you are a non-native speaker of English, then you will need to reach a minimum standard of proficiency in English. You can do so with the help of the following: IELTS, PTE Academic, CAE/CPE and TOEFL iBT.
The value of The grant is £10,000. This amount will help students earn an education at the University of Kent.