Application Deadline: 30 June 2021
The University of East Anglia School of International Development is pleased to offer competitive scholarships equal to £8,000 tuition fee reduction for Master’s applicants from Sub Saharan Africa.
Type of Course
- Postgraduate Taught
- Tuition Fees
Number Available per Year
- International Fees
- Faculty of Social Sciences
- International Development
All courses offered by the School of International Development
Country / Region
- Burkina Faso
- Cape Verde
- Central African Republic
- Congo, The Democratic Republic of the
- Cote DIvoire
- Equatorial Guinea
- Sao Tome and Principe
- Sierra Leone
- South Africa
- Tanzania, United Republic of
Country of Domicile
Restrictions with other scholarships
This scholarship cannot be combined with any automatic scholarship made available through the UEA International Office Scholarship programme.
To apply for the School of International Development Scholarship, candidates will need to meet the following eligibility criteria:
- Be a graduate of any International institution.
- Hold a degree with a classification of 2:1 (or international equivalent).
- To have secured an offer of a place to study your chosen MA or MSc course. Apply for your course at https://www.uea.ac.uk/apply/postgraduate#masters
- To submit a 250 word scholarship application via our scholarship application form.
- The key part of your scholarship application will be to answer the following question in no more than 250 words:
How does the course you have applied for help you achieve your career goals and how would your experiences and interests aid the learning of the cohort as a whole?
Further Guidance for 250 word scholarship statement: We are looking for a carefully written and concise summary as to how you believe the skills, knowledge and experience of studying on this course in the School of International Development will help you to successfully achieve your career goals. We are also keen to understand how your existing experiences and interests could enhance the learning experience of your peers on the same course and in the wider Master’s cohort more generally.
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