LHS (School of Life and Health Sciences) Postgraduate Masters Scholarships – Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme
Awarded by Aston University
These scholarships are for students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study in the United Kingdom.
Applicants must hold an offer for MSc in molecular toxicology or MSc in psychology of health and illness.|They must hold a undergraduate Bachelor's degree at either First/Upper Second class or equivalent (work experience cannot be accepted as an alternative).|They must be a national of an eligible Commonwealth country and permanently living in that country. |They must have the minimum English language requirement for the programme as no funding will be given for pre-sessional language programmes.|They must not have studied for one year or more in a developed country previously.|They must not be employed by a national government or an organisation owned or part-owned by the government (parastatal organisation) – higher education institutions are exempted from this restriction.
These are fully funded scholarships and include living stipend
Application form is available on the website.
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