University College London is offering overseas research scholarships for international students in the UK. The UCL Overseas Research Scholarships (UCL-ORS) aim is to attract high-quality international students to UCL to undertake research.
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Applicants must be holding or expecting to achieve at least an upper second-class Honours UK undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification.
Application Deadline: Applicants must submit all required application materials until January 14, 2022.
- Course Level: Research program at University College London.
- Study Subject: Scholarships are offered in diverse fields to help students in upgrading their education.
- Number of Scholarships: NA
- Nationality: International Students
- Scholarship can be taken in the UK
- Eligible Countries: International students can apply for these scholarships.
- Entrance Requirements: Applicants must be:
- in receipt of an offer of admission to, or currently registered at, UCL on a full- or part-time research degree programme
- liable to pay tuition fees at the overseas rate (Overseas fees status), and
- holding or expecting to achieve at least an upper second-class Honours UK undergraduate degree or equivalent qualification.
- How to Apply: In order to apply for an ORS, you must complete the following steps:
- You must submit a complete application for admission onto a research degree programme by the specified deadline. You do not need to have secured an offer of a place at UCL in order to apply for the scholarship, but you must have submitted your admission application.
- Supporting Documents: The mandatory documents are as follows:
- Research Scholarship cover sheet (download the Research Scholarship cover sheet)
- CV – Please make sure your CV is up to date and lists all publications, past/current prizes, awards and scholarships.
- A lay summary of your research proposal, on a Word or PDF document (max. 200 words). When writing your research proposal/outline please note that the selection panel members are not likely to be specialists in your subject. Please describe clearly – in a language which can be understood by academics from any discipline – the aim of your research, the methodology you will use and the potential significance of this study to your discipline. It is extremely important that you pay attention to this summary and write in as clear language as possible as it may significantly affect the outcome of your application. The proposal should be written by you, not your supervisor or any other member of academic department staff.
- Academic transcripts – Please ensure that each academic transcript submitted includes clarification on the grading scale/range of grades possible for that degree.
- 2 References – Reference number 1 should relate to your most recently completed university programme/degree (or the one you intend to complete, if applicable) and can be the same referee who submitted a reference as part of your admission application. Please use this Reference Form for reference number 1. Reference number 2 should relate to your current or intended research programme/project, for which you are seeking funding. This reference must be provided by your research supervisor at UCL.
- English Language Requirements: Applicants from outside the home country will often need to meet specific English language/other language requirements in order to be able to study there.
- The scholarships consist of fee funding to cover the difference between Overseas and UK/EU tuition fees.
- UCL-ORS recipients who do not have any other fee funding will receive additional UCL funding to cover the UK/EU tuition fees for the duration of the ORS award.
- Awards are tenable for years 1, 2, and 3 of a full-time MPhil/PhD/EngD degree programme subject to annual review and renewal.