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Canon Collins scholarship for masters in the UK

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The Canon Collins Educational trust works to create opportunities for people in southern Africa to develop their full potential through education and the assertion of human rights.

For the academic year of 2013 Canon Collins is offering scholarships for taught masters programmes in any subject field, for applicants from the Southern Africa region.

The scholarship covers full tuition fees, a monthly stipend, a return economy flight, a settling-in allowance and other support whilst studying in the UK.

Canon Collins Trust is offering scholarships for study at the following universities:

 

Are you eligible?

To apply for a scholarship under this programme you must:

  • Be a national of, or have refugee status, in one of the following countries: Angola, Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe.
  • Be normally resident in southern Africa
  • Be in possession of a good first degree (minimum second class, upper division or equivalent) or about to graduate in the year of application
  • Be applying for a full-time one-year taught masters course at one of the above named universities.
  • Have at least 2 years work experience in a relevant field

 

How to apply

This scholarship will open for applications in January 2013 for study commencing in September 2013. Applicants must apply to their chosen universities separately and awards are conditional on the applicant being offered a place at the relevant university.

Deadline for online applications: Sunday 3 March 2013, 22:00 GMT

Find more information here.

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