Do you need a master’s scholarship in 2017? Beat the deadline for postgraduate funding
There is a wide array of master’s scholarships and funding opportunities out there for students coming to Cranfield University – and we are here to help you find them! Paying for a master’s or PhD course at university and the associated living costs is a major challenge for most students. Whether you are a UK-based student, or an international student, we can provide information, advice and range of online tools to help you put together the funding package you need. This post will highlight some great opportunities that are closing soon and help ensure you don’t miss out on a master’s scholarship and your chance to change your future.
The Cranfield Global Manufacturing Leadership (GML) Scholarships are open to students from all countries and contribute towards the costs of a Cranfield MSc in Manufacturing (tuition fee plus £1000 maintenance grant). The Cranfield University Manufacturing Master’s Programmes have helped to develop many leaders through the intense, 12-month learning that brings synergies between academia, industry and policy makers. Cranfield alumni are in senior positions in all parts to the world. The deadline for applications is Wednesday 15 March 2017.
Another Cranfield University scholarship that will be closing soon is the Cranfield Australian Alumni MBA Scholarship. The Cranfield School of Management, in partnership with the Cranfield Australian Alumni Scholarship Foundation (CAASF), offer the Cranfield Australian Alumni Scholarship for an outstanding candidate of Australian origin. It is funded jointly by Cranfield alumni in Australia and Cranfield School of Management in the UK. The scholarship, worth £36,000, was established in 2005 to give talented Australians the opportunity to benefit from a world-class business education at Cranfield School of Management. Get your applications in before the 14 March 2017 deadline.
The Sustainable Energy Development Scholarship Programme provides scholarships of up to US$23,000 for Masters students from developing countries to study in the area of sustainable energy. Providing a sustainable, secure and affordable energy supply is fundamentally important to our lives. Cranfield is advancing the potential solutions in energy and power to ensure our future needs are met. Your application must be submitted by the 10 March 2017 deadline.
You also still have time to check out these Masters scholarships…
Alexander S Onassis Foundation supports Greek students studying a postgraduate degree abroad; apply by 28 February 2017.
The Ove-Arup Foundation provides a scholarship applicable to selected Cranfield Design courses for Danish students; deadline is 1 March 2017.
The British Federation of Women Graduates supports women in their third year of PhD studies at a UK University; applications accepted until 24 March 2017.
The JN Tata Endowment Scheme is open to Indian Masters or PhD students in all fields; submit your application by 31 March 2017.
For more information on anything in today’s blog please contact the Student Immigration and Funding Office by email: firstname.lastname@example.org or skype: studentfunding1.
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