University of Lincoln - Lincoln Alumni MSc Social Work Scholarship

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Lincoln Alumni MSc Social Work Scholarship
Scholarship Name Lincoln Alumni MSc Social Work Scholarship
Academic Year 2021
Nationality Any

The Lincoln Alumni MSc Social Work Scholarship is an award for students who have previously completed study at the University of Lincoln and are enrolling on the MSc Social Work (Pre-Qualification) programme.

Scholarship Amount

£1000 will be paid directly to the student for each year of study for each completed academic year of study, with part-time students eligible for a pro-rata payment.

Eligibility

  • You will have previously completed an undergraduate degree (or equivalent qualification that leads to postgraduate study), Graduate Certificate, or Graduate Diploma at the University of Lincoln.
  • You must commence the programme in academic year 2021/22 and be paying the full tuition fee rate of £7,700 per year if Home or £14,600 per year if International (pro-rata for part-time studies).
  • You will be enrolled on the University’s Student Management System on the MSc Social Work programme
  • All tuition fees and payments due to the University in relation to any previous study have been paid in full.
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