Fully Funded Scholarships at the University of Warwick

29 January 2021

The University of Warwick has announced some exciting new scholarship opportunities available for female students from South Asian countries including Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. 

There are a total of five fully-funded postgraduate scholarships on offer for STEM based masters courses in the field of climate change at the University of Warwick. The scholarship award includes tuition fee along with a fifteen month stipend for accommodation. In addition the scholarship also includes an allowance to cover return travel to the UK and allowance for accompanying children.

Courses eligible for this fully funded masters scholarship for women are:

The scholarships which will be given as part of the British Council’s Women in STEM Scholarships – South Asia endeavour. The award will be based on previous academic achievements, vision for the future and extra curricular activities. 

If you are interested in studying climate change and environmental studies in the UK, apply to the University of Warwick and stand a chance to avail full scholarships. Get in touch with SI-UK India today to learn more about the eligibility conditions, application deadline and process. 

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