LSS (School of Languages & Social Studies) Bursaries for MA Students (Home & EU)
Awarded by Aston University
Cover cost of tuition fees.
In return, the students will complete up to six hours a week pastoral work for the School.
Applicant should be a native speaker with competence in English. You are not eligible to apply for these scholarships if you already hold a Commonwealth Scholarship.
Covering half of MA tuition fees.
If you wish to be considered for the bursary, you must submit an essay of approximately 1,000 words along with your application on the following: What do you consider to be your major strengths and weaknesses? How would you be able to support international students on programmes in the School of Languages and Social Sciences? Email your completed essay to e-mail Link.
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