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February 12, 2014

Sussex Scholarship for Nigerian and Pakistani Students

by Admin

University of Sussex is inviting fee paying students from Nigeria and Pakistan in Masters Course in the University to apply for ‘Sussex Nigeria Scholarship’ 2014. The scholarship is worth £3,000 fee reduction support to the students.

Students who are successfully admitted to an eligible Masters course in the University will be offered a chance to apply for the scholarship automatically.

Eligibility Criteria –

  • Applicants must be self-financing student from Nigeria and Pakistan and have accepted an offer of a full-time place on a Masters course at the University of Sussex commencing in September 2014.
  • Students whose tuition fees are funded by an external funding body are not eligible.
  • Students who have been offered any other Sussex scholarship are not eligible.
  • Students applying for or enrolled in the following courses are not eligible – postgraduate diplomas, graduate entry LLB, common professional examination/graduate diploma Law, graduate diploma in Economics, Masters degree in Social Work, Social Work post qualifying masters degree, PGCE courses and schools direct teaching courses, MSc Automotive Engineering, master of education (two years part-time), MA degrees in IDS, Pre-Masters degrees and diplomas taught at partner colleges validated by Sussex. MA degrees in IDS that are eligible to apply are – MA Gender and Development, and MA in Climate Changeand Development.

Deadline: 1 August 2014

To apply and for more information visit here

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