University Of Hull Becomes Full Chevening Partner: Announces New Scholarships
The University of Hull Announces 5 New Scholarships for 160 countries including India covering full tuition fees on masters courses
The University of Hull has recently become a full Chevening partner. Chevening is the UK’s Global Master’s scholarship programme and the University of Hull is announcing 5 new scholarships for students from eligible countries for full tuition fees on master’s programmes. Chevening is accepting applications from over 160 countries including India for the academic year 2022-23.
To be considered for a scholarship, students need to submit their applications via Chevening’s online application system and complete their master’s degree application on the University of Hull’s website. Chevening’s online application system will be open until 2nd November 2021.
Restrictions preventing students from applying for Chevening/University of Hull scholarships include individuals holding dual citizenship where one nationality is British (unless exempt in Chevening’s guidance for applicants); candidates applying for D.Phil or PhD programmes; students wishing to study a course with a duration of either less than nine months or more than 12 months; students who are receiving or who have previously received financial support from either the University of Hull or the UK Government.
Chevening is open to students from over 160 countries worldwide, and Chevening Scholars are renowned for demonstrating great potential to become future leaders, decision-makers and opinion-formers in their own countries. The University of Hull recognises how Chevening Scholars contribute enormously to the impact and influence of its global student community.
For more information regarding the new Chevening/University of Hull Scholarships, visit The Univesity of Hull website.
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