Female applicants wishing to pursue a MSc in health and life sciences are invited to apply for a full tuition fee scholarship at Swansea University. There are several eligible taught postgraduate programmes applicants may choose. The deadline is on Tuesday 1st June 2021.
The scholarship was endorsed by Eira Francis Davies with the purpose to help women from developing countries realise their potential, and in doing so lift both their community and home country.
This full tuition fee scholarship ordinarily awarded to one outstanding female student per academic year.
The student must be a national of and resident in an eligible developing country, who pursues a postgraduate taught Master’s programme within Swansea University’s Faculty of Health and Life Sciences.
Eligible MSc programmes include child public health, healthcare management, long term and chronic condition management, public health and health promotion, cognitive neuroscience, genomic medicine, research methods in psychology, nano-medicine, and more.
The deadline is on Tuesday 1st June 2021.
Candidates must females who hold a minimum of 2:1 Bachelor’s degree and have been formally accepted an eligible study programme.
Within their application, applicants should demonstrate strong academic ability, financial plan to study and motivation for their chosen course at Swansea University.
Citizens and permanent resident of, a non-EU developing country are eligible.
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