Scholarship Name: Marshal Papworth Scholarship
University of East Anglia UK is offering the Marshal Papworth Scholarship for Developing Countries to study for MA Agriculture and Rural Development, and MSc Environment and International Development 2015/2016
Accepted Subject Areas?
- MA Agriculture and Rural Development
- MSc Environment and International Development
- MSc Development Economics
- MSc Water Security and International Development
- MSc Climate Change and International Development.
Up to 5 Marshal Papworth Scholarships may be available, on the basis of academic excellence, for applicants from developing countries working in natural resource based projects (agriculturalist/ natural resource) applying for a place on the MA Agriculture and Rural Development, or the MSc Environment and International Development.
Scholarship Offered Since: Not specified
Scholarship Type: Masters Scholarships for Developing Countries
By what Criteria is Selection Made?
On the basis of academic excellence
Who is eligible to apply?
International students from developing countries working within certain conditions (see above).
How Many Scholarships are available? Up to 5 Marshal Papworth Scholarships
What are the benefits?
The Scholarship varies from £12,000 to £17,000 as determined by the Marshal Papworth committee
How long will sponsorship last? Contact sponsor for details
Eligible Countries: For international students from developing countries
To be taken at (country): University of East Anglia UK
Application Deadline is 16th March 2015
Offered annually? To be confirmed
How to Apply
All eligible candidates to whom the School have made an offer are automatically considered for this award. The School nominated student will be sent the appropriate application forms.
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Scholarship is provided by the Marshal Papworth committee
For further details please visit: http://www.marshalpapworth.com/
Successful applicants will be contacted by the admissions department.
Please note that all applicants are expected to have met the School’s English language requirements and been offered and accepted a place on the course by this date. Successful applicants will be contacted by the admissions department.