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UCL Genetics Institute Masters Excellence Scholarship (MSc Genetics of Human Disease 2013 entry)
MRC-funded Scholarships are available for up to four academically outstanding students to study towards a Masters in Genetics of Human Disease taught at the UCL Genetics Institute, London. These scholarships are to celebrate academic excellence in our student population. If you hold a firm offer to study with us in September 2013 and have already achieved excellent entry qualifications or are expected to gain them, then this is the scholarship for you.
Please do not apply for this scholarship until you've been offered a place to study at the UCL. You need to provide a copy of your offer letter with your scholarship application.
How much? The successful applicants will be awarded £4200 towards tuition fees plus a stipend of £15,740 for living expenses.
Who can apply? The Scholarship will be awarded competitively to an outstanding student who must hold a first or upper second class honour degree from a UK university. Qualifications, or a combination of qualifications and experience, which demonstrate equivalent ability and attainment should also be considered. Applications will only be accepted from students in the academic year prior to them starting the MSc in the academic year 2013-14.
Residence eligibility. Candidates must also demonstrate that they are one of below:
- A UK national;
- A European Economic Union citizen who is a migrant worker in the UK (see further details on the link below);
- An EU national who has spent the three years prior to application resident in the UK (this can include residence whilst undertaking undergraduate study).
Before applying for the Scholarship please read carefully the details on the eligibility criteria using the link below:
How do I apply? The MRC-funded Masters
Scholarship is competitive and students must complete an application form to be considered for the award and send it to Dr Elvira Mambetisaeva by email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Allocation of the
award will be based on the information provided in
the application form and academic references. The Masters Scholarship will
not be finalised until the scholarship conditions are met in full.
How is it paid? As fee remission and a cash payment.
Nominated students will get an award letter which then should be handed to the
UCL Students Fees at the time of enrolment. Your invoice will be adjusted
deadline for receipt of applications is 1st August 2013.
Notification award. Students will be notified whether their application has been successful or not by the mid of August.
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