£1,000 Master’s scholarships at Oxford University, UK – 2020
|Published Date: June 8, 2020|
Master’s scholarships at Oxford 2020. The Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences of this prestigious university located in the United Kingdom is promoting a grant program called the Rohan Taught Scholarships. This entity was founded in 1992, currently registers students from more than one hundred and thirty countries.
Oxford University has a worldwide reputation as one of the best institutions in the entire UK. It has an excellent research education system, provides the necessary tools to train world leaders.
|Institution where the studies will be carried out:
Oxford University, UK.
|Levels and areas of study:
Master’s scholarships are awarded to applicants from these areas:
|Who can participate?
All foreign students are welcome to participate in the award winner selection processes.
Sponsorship will provide a payment of £ 1,000 to cover tuition costs and will be awarded based on a personal statement.
Conditions to be met by participants:
Register for one of the full-time Master’s degrees offered by the University of Oxford, for this, they must complete the online registration form.
Applicants must hold an honors degree or equivalent from a recognized university and must demonstrate the knowledge, experience, and skill gained in their last year (undergraduate). Students who previously completed master’s studies will not be accepted into the scholarship program.
After being admitted, you must complete and send a form with the applicant’s own data, which must be delivered through the following email address: [email protected]
Candidates who receive awards from other funding sources that cover all their tuition fees will not be eligible for a Rohan Taught Master’s Scholarship. Eligibility is not affected by funds that cover maintenance costs.
Having the certificate of English language proficiency, the most recommended are TOEFL or IELTS. This requirement is essential if you want to be part of this institution, all courses are taught in that language.
Instructions to apply:
Students must submit a personal statement, CV, and academic transcripts. For more information on the application, processes visit the official website of the University of Oxford.
Until July 1, 2020.