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UCL Graduate Bursary Scheme for Masters Programme in UK, 2014

Applications are invited for UCL Graduate Support Bursary scheme to support graduate master’s students. Each bursary will cover the full tuition fee cost for the programme and provide £10,000 in maintenance funding per year. The bursaries are tenable for the duration of the programme of study. The application deadline is 30th June, 2014.

Study Subject (s): The studentships are provided in the field of -Social and Cultural Anthropology, Anthropology, Environment and Development, Culture, Materials and Design, Spatial Planning, Medical Anthropology, Urban Regeneration, Transport and City Planning, Housing Development, Biochemical Engineering, Chemical Process Engineering, Computer Graphics, Vision and Imaging, Computer Science, Audiological Sciences, Telecommunications, Internet Engineering Wireless and Optical Communications, Nanotechnology, Telecommunications with Business, Aquatic Science, Environmental Modelling, Urban Studies, Global Migration, History, European History, History of Art, Publishing, Latin American Studies,International Public Policy, Public Policy, Human Rights, Security Studies, Developmental Psychology and Clinical Practice, Systems Engineering Management.
 Course Level: Bursary is available for pursuing graduate degree.
Scholarship Provider: UCL
Award can be taken at: UK

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Eligibility: This scheme is open to prospective UK/EU students domiciled in the UK (that is, UK is your country of “ordinary residence”) who have “Home” tuition fee status.
By the closing date, applicants must have submitted an application for admission to study full-time at UCL, in the 2014/15 academic session, on one of the participating programmes of study. The list of participating programmes also highlights the number of awards on offer for each programme. Overall, UCL is making 93 individual bursary awards available.
All applicants will be required to demonstrate that their annual household income is currently under £42,611. For the majority of applicants this will require confirmation that you were in receipt of an income-assessed grant during your undergraduate studies (e.g. Student Finance England/Wales/NI Maintenance Grant, SAAS Bursary). If you are returning to study after a gap of more than three years since your undergraduate programme, we will require proof of your income (please refer to the application form for further guidance).
Applications are particularly encouraged from groups of students currently under-represented at the graduate study level e.g. care-leavers, those who studied previously at a state school, single parents.

Open for International Students: Applicants of UK can apply for these bursaries.

Description: The UCL Graduate Support Bursary scheme forms part of UCL’s wider initiative to support graduate Master’s students. The scheme is aimed at supporting traditionally under-represented groups to progress on to graduate study at UCL. This initiative is funded through the HEFCE Postgraduate Support Scheme.

Number of award(s): UCL is making 93 individual bursary awards available.

Duration of award(s): The bursaries are tenable for the duration of the programme of study.

What does it cover? Each bursary will cover the full tuition fee cost for the programme and provide £10,000 in maintenance funding per year. Bursary holders may also be eligible for an additional £200 award per year for course costs.

Selection criteria: Selection will be based on candidates meeting the eligibility criteria. However, because the number of awards is limited, meeting the criteria does not automatically guarantee an award.

Notification: Not Known

How to Apply: The mode of applying is through application form.

Application Deadline: The application deadline is 30th June, 2014.

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