Newcastle University School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape, Newcastle University is pleased to offer 37 scholarships for postgraduate masters’ degree programmes.
The bursaries are available as part of Newcastle University’s 2019 Postgraduate Support Scheme for Master’s students. They have been designed to enable students from under-represented groups to progress to higher level study.
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Newcastle University is a public research university located in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North-East of England.
Applicants must have an IELTS score of at 7.0.
Course Level: The studentships are available for postgraduate masters’ degree programmes.
Study Subject: The following courses are eligible:
- MSc Town Planning
- MSc International Spatial Planning
- MSc Planning for Sustainability and Climate Change
- MA Planning and Environment Research
- MA Architecture, Planning and Landscape (without design)
- MSc Sustainable Buildings and Environments
- MA Urban Design
- MA Landscape Architecture Studies
- MA Architecture, Planning and Landscape – Design
- MSc Urban Energy, Technology and Policy
- MRes Urban Energy, Technology and Policy
Number of Awards: 37
Award: Scholarships has a value of £5,000 tuition fee programme.
The award can be taken in the UK
Eligibility: To be eligible for scholarship applicants must:
Postgraduate Opportunity The studentships are available only to students applying to Newcastle University who meet the following criteria:
- have been offered a place to study full time for one year or a maximum of two years part time on one of the University’s eligible taught or research Master’s courses commencing in September 2019.
- are UK students progressing from undergraduate courses for which they were charged the higher tuition fee applying since 2012/13 and falling into the following categories:
- a student living in England when they entered undergraduate study at any UK institution
- a student living in Scotland when they entered undergraduate study at any English, Northern Irish or Welsh institution
- a student living in Northern Ireland when they entered undergraduate study at any English, Scottish or Welsh institution
- UK domiciled students (Newcastle and non-Newcastle graduates) who have paid fees at the ‘home’ rate since commencing undergraduate study from 2012 onwards
- meet one or more of the following criteria
- a woman studying an eligible engineering or computing science course
- have been in Local Authority care, or supported by the Foyer Federation, for at least three months in the last 10 years before September 2019
- have been in receipt of Disabled Students’ Allowances (DSA) while an undergraduate
- have been in receipt of the maximum Maintenance Loan from the Student Loans Company in their final academic year
- were from a neighbourhood which has a low progression rate to higher education (as determined by individual postcode on entry to undergraduate study)
- were from a neighbourhood which has a high level of financial, economic or social deprivation (as determined by individual postcode on entry to undergraduate study)
*Applicants who do not hold an upper-second-class honours degree at the time of their application may be selected for a scholarship subject to their final results.
Nationality: International students can apply for these endowments.
College Admission Requirement
Entrance Requirement: Applicants hold a higher second-class honours degree (2:1 or equivalent) from the UK or international university.
Test Requirement: No
English Language Requirements: Applicants must have an IELTS score of at 7.0.
How to Apply: Please complete and submit an Architecture, Planning and Landscape International application Form (MS Word 24.5KB) to caroline.armstrong1-at-ncl.ac.uk by 28 June 2019.
Application Deadline: Applications must be received by 28 June 2019.