Scholarships at De Montfort University
|International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarship|
|Scholarship Name||International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarship|
|Scholarship Deadline||31 July 2021|
The Leicester Castle Business School has eight International Postgraduate Taught Merit scholarships of £2,500, as a course fee reduction, for those international fee paying students who wish to study with us during the 2021/2022 session. These are available to international students who have excelled academically and have an offer of admission for one of our Leicester Castle Business School postgraduate taught degree programmes (excluding the Global MBA, which has its own specific scholarship). Award of this scholarship is through an application and selection process, where you will need to provide a statement of no more than 1000 words demonstrating your commitment to the DMU values. The criteria for your statement is detailed below. Successful applicants will also have a 1st Class or 2:1 degree or international equivalent qualification at a Distinction or Merit.
The closing date for this scholarship is midnight (GMT) 31 July 2021 for studies during the 2021/2022 study period.
To apply please send an email, with your statement attached, and ensure you include your name and contact details on the statement to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please entitle the email ‘International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarship’.
The 1000 word statement should cover the following points:
All applications should be submitted by midnight (GMT) 31 July 2021 for studies during the 2021/2022 study period. Successful recipients of the scholarship will be notified in writing no later than 16 August 2021. Please ensure that you have received an offer of admission before applying for this scholarship.
Potential applicants with disabilities should contact email@example.com Leicester Castle Business School as early as possible in advance of the closing date to discuss any adjustments to the application process that may reasonably be required to prevent them suffering substantial disadvantage as a result of their disability.
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