Gaza-Palestine Taught Postgraduate Scholarship is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at the University of Sheffield UK.
The University of Sheffield was founded in the year 1828 by three local institutions: the Sheffield School of Medicine, Firth College, and the Sheffield Technical School.
TGaza-Palestine Taught Postgraduate Scholarship scholarship covers the cost of tuition, accommodation in a single occupant en-suite room in University halls of residence, and a maintenance award of £4,000.
Benefits of University of Sheffield Masters Scholarship
This scholarship offers tuition fee + accommodation in a single occupant en-suite room in University halls of residence + a maintenance award of £4,000.
Requirements for University of Sheffield Masters Scholarship Qualification
- The university of Sheffield is offering this Scholarship to citizens of Gaza that cover the tuition fees and offers support towards living expenses.
- Candidates must be classified as overseas for fee purposes.
- Candidates must be self-funded.
- Candidates must have received a conditional or an unconditional offer for entry into a full-time postgraduate taught Masters’ course from the University of Sheffield by September 2022.
- Distance learning, part-time students are ineligible to apply.
- Candidates must not be in receipt of other scholarships/discounts/rewards from university or external sources.
- Candidates applying for this scholarship must provide a clear rationale for entry into a postgraduate program.
- Future ambitions, goals related to the proposed postgraduate degree and must be clearly articulated.
- Candidates must also justify how their learning will be beneficial for others.
- Applicants must outline challenges to academic progress and how they will overcome the barriers.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to University of Sheffield on finance.ssid.shef.ac.uk to apply