03 December 2019
Cranfield University and the International Water Association have announced fifteen new scholarships to develop the water scientists and engineers of the future.
Cranfield is an exclusively postgraduate university offering students the opportunity to invest wisely in their future. The University excels in the areas of aerospace, defense & security, energy & power, environment & agrifood, manufacturing, transport systems and water.
Scientists and engineers at Cranfield are involved in a number of projects that are seeking technological solutions to global challenges of inadequate sanitation, reliable water quality for communities and the impacts of flood and drought on farming.
The MSc courses are designed to meet the water challenges facing the world today, and the course content is taught in collaboration with industry professionals. The scholarships offered cover the full tuition fees for students studying a full-time Masters course in Water. To avail the scholarship, students must have an offer of admission in a full-time Masters course.
Funding value: Full tuition fees
Suitable for applicants from: Rest of the world, UK, EU
Deadline: 30th April 2020
Funding providers: International Water Association & Cranfield Water Science Institute
To apply for these scholarships, students must be applying to study a full-time eligible Masters course and hold a 1st class or 2:1 honours (relevant degree) or demonstrate significant practical experience & achievements in water or an aligned sector.
Applicable Courses are:
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to participate in an interview expected to be held in May 2020. All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by the end of May 2020.
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