Scholarship Announcement - University of East Anglia

27 February 2015

University of East Anglia is delighted to announce new postgraduate scholarships for outstanding candidates from Nigeria.

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All Nigerian nationals applying for programmes in the 2015-2016 academic year who meet our entry criteria, will be considered for one of these awards.

There is no separate application form. To be considered for a scholarship you will need to have fully submitted your application for a place on a postgraduate masters programme by 31 May 2015.  However, the earlier you submit your application the more chance you have of being awarded a scholarship as scholarships are awarded monthly. Furthermore our courses are filling up fast so making an early application also increases your chances of gaining a place on the course of study.

Applicants who are awarded a scholarship will be notified within 4-6 weeks of submitting their course application. Please note that those who have already applied for a masters course will also be considered.

The selection criteria for the scholarships will be based on an applicant’s achievements, academic credentials and professional track record.

These scholarships cannot be awarded in conjunction with any other UEA award.

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