Scholarships at University of Bolton
|Masters (Taught) Excellence Scholarship 2019/20|
|Scholarship Name||Masters (Taught) Excellence Scholarship 2019/20|
|Scholarship Deadline||31 October 2019|
The Masters (Taught) Excellence Scholarship will be awarded to full-time UK, EU and International Masters students, irrespective of their financial means, who progress to a University of Bolton Taught Masters Course. There will be a maximum of three awards made in the 2019/20 academic year and applications will be considered in strict date order of receipt.
£1,500 will be paid as a tuition fee waiver.
Eligibility for the scholarship
In order to apply you will need to demonstrate that:
Please note that even though you may fulfil the eligibility for the scholarship this does not guarantee you will receive one due to the restricted number of awards available.
Applying for the Scholarship
In order to receive the scholarship towards fees students must have completed an application form. The form for the scholarship will be available in the Student Centre, Chancellor’s Mall or can be printed from here.
The completed application with photocopies of certificates to show the achievement of the 1st Class Honours Degree can be submitted the Student Centre or posted to:
Masters (Taught) Excellence Scholarship Scheme
Scholarships will not be paid to students undertaking industrial or work experience on a full time ‘sandwich’ basis. Students studying abroad also will not be eligible to receive the Scholarship.
٭Please note the deadline for applications for courses commencing September 2019 is 31 October 2019.
٭Please note the deadline for applications for courses commencing January 2020 is 28 February 2020.
*The Excellence Scholarship will be paid for first Taught Masters courses only, not second or subsequent courses.
Payments will be permanently terminated if the student withdraws, transfers to another institution, fails their programme of study, or interrupts or suspends their studies.
*Please note that meeting the essential criteria does not equate to an entitlement to a scholarship.
Payment of the award is made entirely at the discretion of the university.
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