Global Development Institute Scholarships at the University of Manchester, USA

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Global Development Institute Scholarships at the University of Manchester, USA

The University of Manchester is delighted to invite applications for the Global Development Institute Scholarships (GDI Scholarships). This scholarship open to master’s students from the nationals of DAC-listed least developed countries at the University. The scholarships cover 100% of tuition fees. The application deadline is 26 May 2017.

About the Sponsor(s)
The Global Development Institute will build on the University of Manchester’s world-leading reputation for Development Studies research, which has seen us ranked 1st for impact and 2nd for quality in the UK Research Excellence Framework 2014, and third in the QS World University Rankings.

Level and Area of Studies
Master’s degree in any subject available within the School of Environment, Education and Development.

Place of Study
At the University of Manchester, UK

Eligibility and Criteria

  • Applicants must already hold an unconditional offer for an eligible Masters programme
  • Applicants must be a national of and resident in a DAC-listed least developed, other low-income or lower-middle income country.
  • Applicants for international scholarships must not have previously studied in an OECD country.
  • Applicants must hold a first class honours Bachelor’s degree or equivalent, and an overall score of 6.5 in IELTS (or similar exam), with 6.5 in writing and no other subsections below 6.0.

Applicants’ Nationality
Only students from the nationals of DAC-listed least developed, other low-income or lower-middle income country are invited to apply.

Application Instruction
Application should be made through the online system at the website and application link below.

Submission Deadline
26 May 2017.

Website and Application Link

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