Newcastle University Kenya Scholarships for Postgraduate Students in UK

Scholarship details
 
The international office of Newcastle University is pleased to invite Kenya scholarships for postgraduate students in UK. This scholarship is provided to the high achieving Kenya students who are applying for the entry into postgraduate taught degree or any of the research programmes in the fields of science, agriculture and engineering (SAgE) faculty, Medical sciences faculty (MEF), Newcastle law school and Newcastle University Business school (NUBS)  commencing their studies in the month of September year 2014. The scholarship covers about £3500 towards the first year of tuition fees. 

The applicants should have an upper second class degree or higher and should satisfy all the requirements. The Newcastle University at Kenya offers many scholarships to encourage the well-qualified students to carry out their higher postgraduate studies. The students of postgraduate studies with Newcastle University can participate in various sporting and social opportunities along with excellent library and study libraries. The campus is affordable with spacious grounds and buildings.    




Study subjects

The study Subjects level for the scholarship above is either postgraduate level of study or for the research level of study. The Newcastle University is offering these scholarships for the streams in science, agriculture and engineering (SAgE) faculty, Medical Sciences faculty (MSF), Newcastle law school and Newcastle university business school (NUBS) offered by Newcastle University.  

Scholarship can be taken

The Kenya scholarships provided by the International office of Newcastle University can be taken at the Newcastle University, UK. 

Eligibility criteria

The candidate should satisfy the below eligibility criteria to avail the scholarship. 

1.       The candidate should have been offered a place of study for the postgraduate degree in the disciplines of science, agriculture, and engineering (SAgE) faculty, Medical Sciences faculty (FMS), Newcastle Law School and Newcastle University Business School (NUBS).
2.       The candidate should be a Kenyan student and must be considered as ‘overseas’ student.
3.       The candidate intends to start his postgraduate studies during the academic year of 2014-15.
4.       The candidate should be self-funded and must be not in receipt of any other scholarship.
5.       The candidate should have an upper second class degree or higher from a recognised Kenyan university. The candidate should satisfy all other requirements. 

Scholarship applicable to 

The scholarships are eligible and open to students of Kenya. 

Duration of awards

The scholarships offered are for a period of one year. 

Scholarship coverage

The scholarship covers the value of £3500 payable towards the first year of tuition fees. 

How to apply

The mode of application for the scholarship is through email. 
 
Further information

The further information about the scholarship is given below in the following link.
http://www.ncl.ac.uk/postgraduate/funding/search/list/kenya.

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