University of Bath
University of Bath

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University of Bath  Ranking

12

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University of Bath  Location

South England

University of Bath

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12

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South England

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Sir Jack Cater Scholarship
Scholarship Name Sir Jack Cater Scholarship
Scholarship amount £3,000 off tuition fees
Nationality Any
Scholarship Deadline 1 June 2018

Graduates of nominated Hong Kong universities studying full-time taught postgraduate masters (MA, MSc or MRes) at Bath, may be eligible for this scholarship.

 

About Scheme 6

This is Scheme 6 in a group of eight scholarship schemes centrally managed by the International Relations Office. Funding comes from the University, faculties, alumni and corporate donors.

If you are an international fee-paying student you could be eligible for Sir Jack Cater Scholarship worth £3,000. This money will be applied as a discount on your tuition fees.

 

Eligibility criteria

You can apply for this scholarship if you are a graduate of Hong Kong University, The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) or Hong Kong Baptist University and:

  • have a confirmed offer to study a full-time taught postgraduate masters (including stand-alone Masters of Research (MRes)) programme with us
  • have firmly accepted your (conditional or unconditional) offer

Applying for the scheme

If you are eligible for the scholarship scheme we will let you know and invite you to apply.

School of Management candidates will be considered for Cater scholarships as part of their application to the School of Management scholarships and do not need to make a separate application. Queries for MSc students should be addressed to msc-mn@bath.ac.uk and for MBA students to mbaapps@management.bath.ac.uk.

Deadline for applications

Friday, 1 June 2018 (Noon GMT+1).



 

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