Designation/Position- ULMS Indian Subcontinent Scholarship
University of Liverpool, United Kingdom invites application for ULMS Indian Subcontinent Scholarship for eligible and interested candidates
About- A range of generous ULMS Indian Subcontinent Scholarship and study awards are available to help cover the cost of MSc tuition fees. Liverpool is among the 10 most cost-effective student cities in the UK. In this section, you can find details of Management School scholarships and study awards for those planning to join us for 2021/22.
Please note, additional funding is provided by the University and may possibly be combined with the Management School scholarships and study awards listed.
Study level- MSc programme
Location- University of Liverpool, United Kingdom
ndian Subcontinent applicants across all Liverpool on-campus MSc Programmes.
Eligible nationalities are: Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Maldives, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
Candidates are considered for this award based on their academic excellence and must hold, or be on track to obtain, at least a high 2:1 (65+%) in their undergraduate degree, including marks of 60+% in modules relevant to their MSc programme. Work experience relevant to the programme (paid, internship, shadowing or voluntary positions) would be advantageous, as would previously studying at a highly ranked university.
This award can be combined with any centrally-awarded funding that the applicant is eligible for. Please consult the central Scholarships and financial support pages.
|Amount:||Part fee waiver (50%)|
How to Apply-
Eligible programme applicants will be considered. No separate scholarship application is necessary. No additional application is necessary for these awards; eligible students will be considered for our scholarships once they have received a programme offer. Applicants will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis so early programme application is advised.
Last Date for Apply– Early programme applications are advised as Scholarships will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.