The University of Bath have announced a number of post-graduate scholarships for International MSc offer-holding students who are readying to develop their respective skills in various fields and subjects, and we are here to talk you through all the available options that might be of your interest:
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Scheme 1: University of Bath International Scholarships Scheme (UoBISS)
This scholarship applies to the faculty of Science, Engineering and Design as well as Humanities and Social Sciences, providing a total of 75 scholarships worth up to £3,000 each. Fee-paying students from any country can apply as long as they are going to study a full-time taught post-graduate masters.
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Scheme 2: Faculty of Engineering and Design Elite MSc Scholarships
There are 20 scholarships each worth £,2000 up for grabs. Similar to the UoBISS, this welcomes students from any country for MSc programmes in Engineering.
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Scheme 3: Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences graduate School Scholarships
Another 20 scholarships worth £2,000 for international fee-paying full-time students taught masters applicants from any country. This is for masters programmes in Humanities and Social Science, including stand-alone Masters of Research (MRes) programmes.
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On top of which, the Department of Economics has also added 5 scholarships of between £4,000 and £6,000 for MSc Economics, MSc Economics and Finance, MSc International Money and Banking and MRes Economics. All of which to be awarded under Scheme 3 so the same application applies.
Scheme 4: Faculty of Science: Graduate School Taught Scholarships
Including stand-alone Masters of Research (MRes) programmes, there are 20 Faculty of Science scholarships each worth £3,000 is open to full-time international fee-paying taught masters applicants from any country.
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Scheme 5: The Frank Wallace Scholarships
Named after the pioneer in diesel engine turbocharging research as well as awarded on behalf of his family, the Frank Wallace Scholarship is worth £2,500 and is open to a fee-paying taught MSc applicant in the People’s Republic of China.
There are also other scholarships on offer that you may like to have a look at, which you can do so on here.
A word of advice before you apply, make sure you have firmly accepted your offer of study, be it conditional or unconditional and that your desired course is a full-time taught post-graduate masters programme. If you tick both of those boxes, you can now access their online application platform, which has just gone live. Best of luck to everyone who is applying!
If you’re interested in scholarships in other universities, check out out Aston Business School post (here).