St Mary's International Scholarship
St Mary's International Scholarships are worth £3,000 off your first year's tuition.
The scholarships are open to first year undergraduate and postgraduate students taught on campus who:
- Have been assessed as overseas (non-EU) fee payers
- Possess an international (non-British/non-EU) passport
- Have applied to study full-time on campus for 2019/20 entry
How to apply
Applicants do not need to make a separate scholarship application and will be considered automatically for a scholarship after being made an offer of study. A panel will assess offer holders based on candidates’ prior academic achievement and personal statements.
The scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis and therefore candidates who apply for their programme of study early may have a greater opportunity of success.
Offer holders who are successful in securing a scholarship will be notified within six weeks of receiving their offer of study.
If you have any questions about the application and selection procedure, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
St Mary's University – GREAT Scholarships 2019 – East Asia
This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, St Mary’s University Twickenham will be offering scholarships to students from the following countries:
Thai students applying for a Postgraduate degree in a health-related field.
Chinese students applying for a Postgraduate degree.
This scholarship scheme is part of the “GREAT Scholarships 2019 - East Asia” campaign, which has been launched by the British Council together with 28 UK universities to support more students in East Asia to get access to the excellent UK higher education opportunities.
The total value of the scholarship scheme is nearly £1 million. This scholarship scheme will offer an exciting opportunity for East Asian students wishing to get financial support to pursue study on degree levels in the UK. Students can apply for courses in subjects including engineering, law, business, art and design, biosciences, IT and more, at the 28 institutions across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Value of scholarship
Two postgraduate scholarships of £10,000 available in all subject areas.
One postgraduate scholarship of £20,000 available in the subject of area of Health care. (Please note this scholarship has now closed for 2019/20.)
How to apply
Applicants do not need to make a separate scholarship application and will be considered automatically for a scholarship after being made an offer of study. A panel will assess offer holders based on candidates’ prior academic achievement and personal statements. The scholarships are awarded on a rolling basis and therefore candidates who apply for their programme of study early may have a greater opportunity of success.
Please note that applicants should be passport holders of Thailand and China
For more information on the GREAT Scholarships 2019, please visit the British Council’s country website in your country.
Commonwealth Shared Scholarship
This is a full scholarship for selected postgraduate taught courses. This Scholarship is offered to one student per year, for one of the following postgraduate taught courses:
- Bioethics and Medical Law
- Chairty Management
- Migration, Organised Crime, and Human Trafficking
- Chronic Disease Management
How to apply
All applicants for this scholarship will need to first apply for admission to St Mary’s as a postgraduate student and then submit a separate electronic application for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship via the Commission’s Electronic Application System.
Further information, including application procedures for the Commonwealth Shared Scholarship can be found on the Commission Website.
Scholarship application process opens January 12, 2019 and closes March 7, 2019.
Higher Education Scholarships for Palestine (HESPAL)
The HESPAL Scholarship is a joint award offered by the British Council and St Mary's University, Twickenham to help junior academic staff in Palestinian universities achieve an English Master's degree in a subject that will benefit their home institution in the Palestinian Territories.
Find out more about HESPAL