The Massey University College of Humanities and Social Sciences International Excellence Scholarship (“the Scholarship”) aims to attract highly capable new international students with demonstrated academic excellence to study in a College of Humanities and Social Sciences full-time undergraduate or postgraduate programme.
The Scholarship is applicable to any of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences programmes offered to new international full fee-paying students across all Massey University campuses.
The Scholarships will be competitive and awarded based on academic merit at the discretion of the selection committee.
The Scholarship is valued at NZD $5,000 for each 120 credits enrolled, for the total credit value of the Programme.
Undergraduate Programme maximum: NZD $20,000 (for a 4-year programme)
Postgraduate Programme maximum: NZD $10,000 (for a 2-year programme)
The total number of new scholarships to be awarded each year is subject to approval by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences Executive Group.
Recipients must be full-fee paying international students, who are neither citizens nor permanent residents of New Zealand or Australia, and who are enrolling for the first time in a programme at Massey University.
Applicants must remain full-fee paying international students throughout the duration of their study in order to remain eligible for the scholarship.
The recipient must be enrolled full-time (equivalent to at least 120 credits per year) in an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate programme offered by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences.
For courses starting in September 2019. Scholarships cannot be deferred.
Any applicant for a Faculty of Health & Social Science’s postgraduate course who qualifies as ‘overseas’ and EU for fee purposes
You will need to have a minimum of an upper second-class Honours degree (2i) or equivalent.
You cannot be in receipt of any other BU scholarship.
50% fee reduction
Need to fill in an application
Yes – your application should highlight your academic achievements and explain why you should be considered for this scholarship.
31 May 2019
The Faculty of Health & Social Sciences Executive Dean’s Scholarship is available to any international or EU postgraduate applicant for a full-time taught course run by this faculty, who can demonstrate an outstanding academic profile relating to their course.
St Cross College invites applications for two MPhil Scholarships from students who will begin studying at the University of Oxford in the academic year 2019-2020 for an MPhil degree in any of the humanities and social science disciplines or for the BPhil degree in Philosophy. Applicants must list St Cross College as their first choice college on their Graduate Admissions application in order to be eligible to apply for these Scholarships.
The Scholarships each have the value of £4,000 per annum and are each tenable for two years coterminous with fee liability (but only one year for the one-year MPhil in Law course). The two successful scholars will have priority for a room in College accommodation (at the standard rent) for the first year of their course. Applications should be received by the application deadline of midday on Friday 8th March 2019.
To celebrate the opening of CSU’s new campus in Port Macquarie to international students, CSU offers a number of $5,000 and $10,000 tuition fee scholarships to new commencing international students enrolled in courses offered on Port Macquarie campus in Session 1, 2018.
Commencing full-time international students in either session one, February 2018 or session two July 2018.
CAMPUS: Port Macquarie
MUST BE STUDYING IN:
Bachelor of Accounting
Bachelor of Applied Science (Outdoor Recreation and Ecotourism)
Bachelor of Business Studies
Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design (Graphic Design)
Bachelor of Criminal Justice
Bachelor of Environmental Science Management
Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Medical Radiations Science (With Specialisations)
Bachelor of Occupational Therapy
Bachelor of Physiotherapy
Bachelor of Psychology
Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology)
Bachelor of Social Work (TAFE integrated)
Master of Customs Administration
Master of Professional Accounting
Master of Information Technology
Applicant must be an international applicant for a course offered at Port Macquarie Campus for 201830 (February) or 201860 (July) sessions. International Exchange and Study Abroad applicants are not eligible for this scholarship.
Provide evidence of:
High Academic achievements 75% or GPA 5/7 or 3/4 or equivalent.
Community involvement and desire to be involved in the CSU Port Macquarie Community (1000 word essay).
Applicant must hold an unconditional offer* for a CSU course, delivered at CSU Port Macquarie.
* Unconditional offer means that the applicant has met all of the conditions of their conditional offer including meeting the English Language Proficiency requirements, providing certified documentation, and passing the Genuine Temporary Entrant checks, etc. Please Note: For many countries applicants will be required to apply for admissions via an approved CSU Education Agent. Please see the list of approved CSU Agents
Heriot-Watt University is continuing to offer its new Scholarship Programme for 2018/19 entry for applicants to Postgraduate Taught Masters degree programmes.
Successful Scholarships will benefit from a fee reduction in one of three categories:
Heriot-Watt Merit Scholarships – 25% reduction for International, £2,000 for Home/EU/Rest of UK
Heriot-Watt Excellence Scholarships – 50% reduction for International
Heriot-Watt Distinction Scholarships – 100% reduction for International (max FIVE scholarships in total)
Who is eligible?
Home, EU, Rest of UK and International applicants to Postrgraduate taught Masters programmes.
Criteria is based on academic merit, but financial need will be taken into consideration for the higher value scholarships.
Applicants must have an offer of a place to study with Heriot-Watt University in the UK.
Distance Learning applicants are not eligible.
How do I apply?
Once you have an offer of a place in the UK (on-Campus), visit the Application Portal, which is now open for applications. Please complete the correct application form by the closing date of Monday 30th April 2018.
Our Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Research Excellence aim to recognise and reward applications from outstanding international students from the Faculties of Arts, Medicine and Health Sciences, Science and Social Sciences. In 2018 we are offering 50 full tuition fee scholarships.
Closing date 09 March 2018.
Who is eligible to apply?
You can apply for this scholarship if you:
are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes AND
already hold an offer to start a full-time research degree programme**, PhD or MPhil, at our Nottingham campus with a start date that falls between 01 October 2018 and 01 February 2019 (inclusive), in any subject area*** excluding Engineering
**Please note that these scholarships are for up to each of 3 years of a research programme, subject to satisfactory progress.
***We welcome applications from suitable candidates but would particularly value applications from strong candidates wishing to work within the research priority areas of each faculty.
Khazar University is the first private University in the South Caucasus that started implementing international education programs with English language as a medium of instruction. Pursuant to its policy and service commitments, the University is proud to announce the Khazar University International Scholarship Program for 2018-2019 (further referred to as KUISP) extended to nationals of all countries without any limitation.
The guiding principles of the program are as follows:
All foreign citizens are eligible for KUISP.
KUISP is available for potential students at all schools of the University: School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, School of Economics and Management, School of Humanities and Social Sciences and School of Education.
Applicants to bachelor, master and PhD programs are eligible to apply for KUISP.
Every year two scholarships, each covering the cost of the full tuition fee, will be awarded to citizens of each country who apply to Khazar University programs.
The scholarship is provided for one year subject to prolongation based on the academic performance of the grantee.
The scholarship covers the cost of the tuition fee for one academic year, but does not cover living, travel or other expenses.
Khazar University conducts evaluation and the selection of submitted applications via document screening and Skype interviews with shortlisted applicants. The details and the time frame of the selection are specified in the KUISP time schedule.
The Faculty of Arts & Humanities intends to award a limited number of Durham Doctoral Studentships (DDS) to international postgraduate researchers of exceptional ability for entry in October 2018.
Durham Doctoral Awards are tenable for three years full-time or five years part-time, and offer the following financial support package:
an annual maintenance allowance at Research Council rates;
fees at overseas rate.
In addition, departments may be able to offer paid teaching and/or research assistance opportunities.
Who We Are Looking For
We are looking for candidates with the following:
a first-class or very good 2:1 undergraduate degree;
an MA (completed or in progress) in a relevant subject area at distinction or near-distinction level;
an outstanding academic record and research potential;
a high-quality research project that can be completed within 3 years;
a clear and credible link between the proposed research and the expertise of the supervisory team;
a clear understanding of how the project fits with the research environments in which it will be carried out (you may wish to comment here on the relevance of the department, centre or institute).
Applicants from anywhere in the world are eligible for Durham Doctoral Studentships. Home/EU applicants to Durham should not apply for a DDS; instead they should for an AHRC Northern Bridge studentship (http://www.northernbridge.ac.uk/studentships/eligibility/). Northern Bridge applicants at Durham will automatically be entered into the DDS competition as well. Students from outside the UK/EU are not eligible to apply to Northern Bridge.
We are pleased to announce that the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) Studentship Competition is now open for an October 2018 start. These studentships are available for high quality Home/EU or international candidates.
Access to research seminars with visiting speakers and training appropriate to the discipline
Studentships will be awarded on the basis of the academic excellence of both the candidate and the research proposal or your supporting statement, in the case of Economics. This is an extremely competitive process and only very high calibre candidates will be successful. Candidates who apply to our Research Council Doctoral Partnership schemes (TECHNE and SeNSS) are automatically considered for our internal studentships as well (there is no need to apply twice).
Successful candidates will have obtained a 1st or good 2.1 undergraduate degree in a relevant subject, and ordinarily an MA or MSc at Merit or Distinction level. The scholarship covers tuition fees at the postgraduate standard home/EU 2018-19 rate, in addition to an annual maintenance stipend set at the 2018-19 rate (in 2017-18 this was £14,553 per annum) and an additional allowance of £3,000 per year to enable you to undertake training in and to apply advanced quantitative methods.
You need to make TWO applications:
For a PLACE to study a postgraduate degree in one of Sociology, Social Policy or Criminology at the University – online application
For the Quantitative Social Science PhD Scholarship, click here to obtain the application form.
Both applications must be submitted by the deadline of 16.00 Friday 19 January 2018. Candidates shortlisted for interview will be informed during Wednesday 31 January 2018. Interviews will be held the same week on Tuesday 6 February 2018 at our Canterbury campus.