To reward and recognize students’ outstanding academic performance and personal qualities, the University of Leeds is offering PG School of Psychology International Masters Scholarships.
The educational scholarship is available to all senior international participants in order to pursue a masters program at the University of Leeds in the UK.
The University of Leeds is a global community in the UK with around 39,000 students. The institute has always been committed to attracting the brightest and best students from all over the world, regardless of their background.
Why study at the University of Leeds? Applicants can strengthen their personality and communication skills at this university through a variety of workshops, events and cultural initiatives. It also offers a wide choice of three-year and master’s degree courses.
Application deadline: Applications for enrollment 2022/2023 are open.
University or organization: University of Leeds
Department: N / A
Course level: Master
Prizes: £ 2,000
Number of awards: NA
The award can be picked up in the UK
Eligible Countries: All nationalities
Eligible Course or Subjects: Master’s Degree Course at the School of Psychology
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible, applicants must meet all of the following criteria:
• Students must possess at least a 2: 1 bachelor’s degree level in Psychology (or international equivalent) or a discipline containing a substantial amount of training in psychology and research methods.
• Available to international students who must be new to the University, self-financed and not beneficiaries of other fees, scholarships or scholarships.
See Canada Vanier Graduate Scholarships 2022/23 for International Students
How to Apply
If you have applied for a masters program at the university, then you are eligible for this scholarship. The scholarship is automatically applied for those who meet the conditions.
Supporting documents: educational qualification, copy of academic transcripts and the award, a declaration, a copy of the passport.
Admission requirements: To join a masters program, you should have at least a UK 2.1 or relevant degree in English or a closely related subject.
Language requirements: If your first language is not English, you will provide proof of your proficiency by achieving an IELTS of 6.5 or equivalent.
The scholarship is worth £ 2,000 which will be provided in the form of tuition fee reduction.