Scholarships at Harper Adams University
|MastersCompare Postgraduate Scholarship|
|Scholarship Name||MastersCompare Postgraduate Scholarship|
|Scholarship Deadline||30 August 2019|
Applications are now open for the MastersCompare £5000 Postgraduate Scholarship, which provides an exciting opportunity to help you continue your postgraduate studies and start a Masters course. The funding can be used alongside the Postgraduate Loans scheme which is now available for home students to study at universities across the United Kingdom.
We are pleased to announce our winner of the MastersCompare Postgraduate Scholarship for 2018 is Kristia, a MSc Business Analytics student at Imperial College Business School in London. We caught up with Kristia to find out about her Masters journey and how the scholarship will help with her studies. You can read the full article on the Think Postgrad Blog.
How to apply
In order to apply, simply register to receive our MastersCompare email newsletter, making sure to tick the ‘Master’s Scholarship draw’ box on MastersCompare in order to be automatically entered.
Am I eligible?
• You must register to receive the MastersCompare email newsletter
Please note: you are not eligible if you are continuing an existing master’s course.
When should I apply?
The closing date to register is Friday 30th August 2019 at 5pm.
The scholarship will be allocated in a random draw in October 2019 and the winner will be contacted and asked to submit their documentation to confirm their eligibility. This includes proof of enrolment at a UK university, which the winner must provide by the end of October 2019.
Already registered on MastersCompare?
Don’t worry, you can still apply for the scholarship by visiting your account and editing your communication settings, ensuring you tick the boxes to receive updates and be entered into the MastersCompare £5000 masters Scholarship draw.
The MastersCompare Postgraduate Scholarship is open to UK, EU and international students who are starting the first year of a Masters course in September or October 2019 at any UK university.
Terms of Scholarship
By applying for the Scholarship you agree to be provide comment for up to three articles on your experience of looking for and studying a Masters course, including your photograph, for internal and external promotion, including but not limited to websites, social media, advertising and events.
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