University of Southampton offer Commonwealth Scholarship to Indian students to study masters for 2019-20

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University of Southampton offer Commonwealth Scholarship to Indian students to study masters for 2019-20

11 January 2019

To support Indian students to study a master’s programme in the UK, the University of Southampton offer scholarship under one of the UK Commonwealth Scholarship Commission schemes for 2019 intake. The scholarship offers full funding for tuition fees, transport and living costs. The scholarship will be awarded to the eligible students for the following subjects:

  • MSc Applied Geographical Information Systems and Remote Sensing (AGISRS)
  • MSc Demography
  • MSc Diabetes Best Practice
  • MSc Education
  • MSc Electrochemistry and Battery Technologies
  • MSc Gerontology
  • MSc Global Health
  • MSc Leadership and Management in Health and Social Care
  • MSc Sustainability

Eligibility

  • An Upper second class (2.1) honours degree or higher or equivalent from a recognised University in relevant field
  • IELTS overall 6.5 with no less than 6.0 in each element

Application Deadline: 7 March, 2019

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