University of Sussex offer Two Significant Scholarships at SPRU for 2018

11 April 2018

University of Sussex has announced two momentous scholarships to outstanding applicants for master courses at the world renowned Science Policy Research Unit (SPRU). SPRU has been ranked in the ‘world’s top 10 Science and Technology Think Tanks’ and is internationally recognised as a leading centre of research in the field.

5 awards of £10,000 each will be available for the following courses which are run by SPRU:

Four scholarships are available to celebrate 50 years of shaping science, technology and innovation research, teaching policy and management. 

One of these 5 awards is specifically for female applicants who will be awarded ‘Susan Richmond Scholarship’ that includes a £10,000 tuition fee reduction.


To be eligible for this scholarship, the candidate must:

For Susan Richmond Scholarship in addition to the above mentioned eligibility, the candidate must

Amount of Scholarship

£10,000 tuition fee reduction

The deadline for applying for this scholarship is the 1st of July


If you wish to study at University of Sussex and take advantage of these scholarship opportunities, get in touch with SI-UK today! Our scholarship search will also let you view scholarships from universities all over the UK.

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