The Faculty of Medicine at Imperial College London is inviting applications for Dean’s masters programmes. Up to 9 fully-funded opportunities are available for students starting full-time or part-time master’s programs in October 2019. Stipends will be paid in monthly instalments, subject to satisfactory progression.
Study Subject(s): The studentships are awarded within the faculty of medicine.
Course Level: The studentships are available for pursuing full time or part-time master’s program at Imperial College London.
Scholarship Provider: Imperial College London, UK
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- These awards are open to all students who have made an application to the Faculty of Medicine by 30 April 2019 for admission to study for a full time or part-time master’s programme at Imperial College London, starting in October 2020 (or PG Cert for a course where that is the only route to the higher degree).
- Applications are accepted from talented candidates from Imperial College London, the UK and worldwide. There are no restrictions on nationality.
- Candidates are expected to be able to provide evidence of outstanding academic ability. This will usually mean being among the highest achievers in their undergraduate cohort and in receipt of, or due to receive, a first-class UK Honours degree or equivalent.
- An applicant who does not meet this requirement (e.g. holds a second class undergraduate degree, is a health professional who did not undertake a degree course, or is from a non-traditional background), will be considered if they are able to demonstrate that they have outstanding academic potential and substantial experience relevant to their chosen subject area. This should be included in the Personal Statement section of the application form. (*Those applicants without a degree will be required, where available, to pass a Special Qualifying Examination to gain entry to the chosen course).
- Candidates with degrees from overseas institutions are strongly urged to determine if their scores/grades are equivalent to the relevant eligibility criteria.
- Candidates who already have a postgraduate qualification should justify their request to have an additional postgraduate course funded by the faculty. This should be included in the Personal Statement section of the application form.
- Candidates who wish to apply for a Master’s course which starts as a PG Cert or PG Dip will only be considered if they are committed to completing the course to the Master’s level.
Open for International Students: Home/EU and overseas students can apply for Dean’s Scholarships.
The number of awards (s): There are 9 scholarships offered. 5 places are available to Home/EU Students and 4 places are available to overseas students.
Duration of award(s): Awardees on courses that last more than a year will have their £17,000 stipend spread over the full length of the degree.
What does it cover? Stipends will be paid in monthly instalments, subject to satisfactory progression. Awardees on courses that last more than a year will have their £17,000 stipend spread over the full length of the degree.
Selection Criteria: Scholarships awarded based on predicted grades will be conditional upon final results.
How to Apply
How to Apply: Only those who apply via the online Dean’s Master’s Scholarships application form will be considered for this application . In order to be considered for the Dean’s Master’s Scholarships, potential candidates will need to do both of the following:
- Apply for a place on a Master’s program run by the Faculty of Medicine.
- Complete the Dean’s Master’s Scholarships online application form.
- It is not essential to wait for an offer of a place on a program to be made before applying for the Dean’s Master’s
- Scholarships, but the initial program application must be made before submitting the application.
Application Deadline: Application for 2020/21 will open towards the end of 2019