Apply for Students House Centenary Masters Scholarships

Masters Scholarships

Centenary taught masters scholarships 2014/15 for overseas students: applications are now open

The IOE Centenary Masters Scholarships will cover full tuition fees for one year, but not living costs.  The IOE-International Students House Centenary Masters Scholarships will cover full tuition fees and accommodation for one year.

We encourage applications from those who plan to work either in their home country, or another, to improve the circumstances of disadvantaged, excluded or underachieving citizens.

About International Students House

International Students House (ISH) is a student residence and a unique social, cultural and recreational centre. ISH aims to improve international understanding and friendship and provides a wide programme of events for students 365 days a year. Located in the safe neighbourhood of Regent’s Park, ISH is a central place to meet students from Britain and around the world. ISH has become a ‘home away from home’ for many students; the many facilities and the fun and friendly environment make ISH the perfect place to be based while in London.

Who can apply for the scholarship?

IOE Centenary Masters Scholarship:

You need to be a non-EU national who has not previously studied or resided for more than one year in the UK.

IOE-International Students House Centenary Masters Scholarship:

You need to be a student from a low-income or lower-middle income country (as defined by the World Bank) who has not previously studied or resided for more than one year in the UK.

How to apply for the scholarship

Please apply using the Centenary Masters Scholarship application form on UKPASS (this link will take you to our online application system where you will need to register if you have not already done so). The course code on UKPASS is P041399.

If you have any queries please contact internationaloffice@ioe.ac.uk

You must submit your application by Monday 17 March 2014

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