The Disaster Regeneration Scholarship is open to international students from developing countries and regions affected by a recent natural or man-made disaster.
||Level: Postgraduate (Masters)|||Institution(s): University of Westminster|
||Location: UK|||Field(s): All|
||Target: Developing Countries|||Deadline(s): 4 May, Yearly|
The intention of the Disaster Regeneration Scholarship is to aid in the regeneration of the affected country or regions. To apply for this opportunity, candidates must make a case for how their chosen course will facilitate in the regeneration process. The scholarship features all full-time Master’s Degree Programme offered at the University of Westminster except MBA.
There is only 1 slot available for this scholarship, hence it is highly competitive. The benefit is enticing – full tuition fee coverage, and also funds to cover accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.
To be able to apply for this scholarship, you must be an international student from a disaster struck developing country or region and hold an offer for a full-time Masters degree at the University of Westminster.
How to apply for the Westminster Disaster Regeneration Scholarship
Candidates should only apply for the scholarship once they have applied for admission and successfully been offered a place (either conditional or unconditional) on the course they wish to study. To apply for the scholarship candidate will need to complete the relevant scholarship application form and submit supporting documents before the deadline of 4 May 2017.
You can visit the scholarship announcement page for further information on the Disaster Regeneration Scholarship at University of Westminster.