Global Excellence Progression Scholarship
About the award
We are pleased to offer international University of Exeter graduates progressing directly from undergraduate to postgraduate study in 2017 and predicted a First a £3,000 scholarship towards the cost of their tuition fees.
The scholarship is available to any 2017 University of Exeter graduate from outside the UK/EU and predicted a First progressing to a taught Masters degree (eg MA; MSc; MRes; MFA) in all Colleges.
It also applies to the first year of a research degree in the College of Engineering, Mathematics and Physical Sciences or the College of Life and Environmental Sciences if a taught Masters degree is not a pre-requisite and you are self-funding.
In order to be eligible for the scholarship, you must obtain the necessary academic and English language entry requirements for your chosen postgraduate programme, and if you are applying for a taught Masters degree, apply via the Fast Track Application system found at the My Exeter Student Portal (for programmes where this is possible).
The scholarship cannot be held in conjunction with any other scholarship or studentship and is not available for other taught postgraduate programmes, for example PGCE or PgDip. It will be automatically deducted from your tuition fees and will be split between your September and January tuition fees payment. If you choose not to continue your studies before making the final January payment, you will be required to pay back the scholarship received to date. The scholarship is not available for students who choose to have a break before continuing their studies eg 2018 start, but it is available pro-rata to those who choose to study a Masters part-time starting in 2017.
|Application deadline:||15th September 2017|
|Duration of award:||for 1 year|
|Contact: Postgraduate Admissionsemail@example.com|
How to apply
This award is applied automatically to all eligible University of Exeter students who progress; you do not need to apply separately. Submit your postgraduate application to study by 15 September at the latest in order to be eligible.