Master’s Scholarships at City University of London
City University of London, United Kingdom, has invited application for Master’s Scholarships 2021 available for outstanding international postgraduate students, starting a Master’s degree in Engineering at City in September 2021.
The School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering of the University, provides financial support to high-calibre international students on Engineering courses through the generous scholarship scheme. The scholarship is intended to assist the student to meet the cost of the fee payable in respect of the course and will be deducted from the fees charged to the student or the student’s sponsor. Scholarships are only available to students paying the full fee on one of the participating courses. The scholarships, each valued at £2,000, are intended to assist students to pay the fees for their chosen course of study.
Eligible M.Sc courses: Advanced Mechanical Engineering; Civil Engineering Structures; Construction Management; Energy & Environmental Technology & Economics; Maritime Operations & Management; Maritime Operations & Management in Greece; Project Management, Finance & Risk; Renewable Energy & Power Systems Management; Temporary Works and Construction Method Engineering
Eligibility: Applicant must hold a first-class degree or overseas equivalent or be on course to achieve a first-class degree or overseas equivalent. Applicant must have already made an application to their preferred course and should provide a valid application number as part of their application.
Applications are considered three times a year.
Application can be submitted at the link provided at https://www.city.ac.uk/prospective-students/finance/funding/engineering-scholarship-international. Applicant must submit a strong supporting statement as part of their application. Last Date for Apply for Round Two is 1st May 2021 and for Round Three is 1st July 2021 for 2021/22 entry.
Applicants may only apply for a scholarship once, but if a deadline is missed it will automatically be considered for the next round. The Panel may require applicants to submit an assignment or an essay, for example, as part of the selection process.