The University of Manchester, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, is offering eight scholarships to students in Bangladesh, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Thailand and Turkey who're applying for one-year master’s programmes and will enrol in the 2023/ ... read more and apply
The Global Futures Scholarships will be awarded based on academic excellence and your responses to questions in the online application form which will be emailed to all eligible offer holders.
The seven partial awards will be open to applicants domiciled in Nigeria, Kenya, Ghana, Egypt, Botswana, ... read more and apply
16 awards of £15,000 will be awarded based on academic excellence and the quality of your responses in the online application form.
Scholarships will be awarded in the form of an appropriate discount against published overseas tuition fees.
Please note the application form will only be m ... read more and apply
The University of Manchester has partnered with the Cowrie Scholarship Foundation to offer scholarships to support Black African and Caribbean heritage applicants from socio-economically under-represented backgrounds.
The Cowrie Scholarship Foundation will fund 100 Black British students through ... read more and apply
The University of Manchester’s School of Engineering is proud to offer scholarship awards to academically excellent international students, commencing their postgraduate taught studies from September 2023. ... read more and apply
These scholarships are open to all nationalities and across all research areas, and will be of interest to students of the highest calibre who have the commitment and desire to work on challenging research projects in a world leading research environment.
This funding is available to students und ... read more and apply
The University of Manchester’s School of Engineering is proud to offer Engineering the Future scholarship awards to academically excellent international students, commencing their postgraduate taught studies for the 2022/23 academic session.
The scholarship will provide ... read more and apply
The University of Manchester is proud to offer awards totalling £300,000 to international students, commencing their studies in September 2022. The scholarship is open to both undergraduate and master’s students. .
We're offering 30 merit-based ... read more and apply
Did you know that the Masood Entrepreneurship Centre has been supporting entrepreneurs to develop successful businesses for over twenty years?
To further support students in their entrepreneurial journey we are proud to announce three 50% scholarships to students for the fully online, p ... read more and apply
The University will offer awards totalling £300,000 to international students, commencing their studies in September 2021.
Successful applicants will receive £5,000 for the first year of study with a further £5,000 awarded in the second year of study, co ... read more and apply
University of Manchester President’s Doctoral Scholar (PDS) Award: Applications are hereby welcomed from international students as the University of Manchester offers more than 100 studentships every year through the President’s Doctoral Scholar Award scheme, launched by Professor D ... read more and apply
The university of manchester is currently accepting applications from international students who wishes to further their education. This scholarship is for students who want to enrol in a master's programme. The scholarship shall cover half of tuition fee. ... read more and apply
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