Funding for students from:
- Latin America
- France and England
- Syria, Palestine, Jordan and Lebanon
- Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Uganda and Mauritania and Gabon
- Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, Seychelles, Tanzania
- an emerging market country (preferably from Latin America, Asia Pacific or South Asia)
- Hong Kong and mainland China
Alban is a European Union programme for Latin American citizens.
Entente Cordiale is an award scheme that funds French and English students to study across the Channel.
The University is recognised by the US Department of Education for Title IV financial assistance. The University's Federal School Code list number is G09442. Advice on applications for federal aid is available on our Student Finance pages or may be sought from the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) website. Disbursement of loan funding is made by cheque to the University on a termly basis.
American citizens may be eligible to apply for a Fulbright Award or Marshall Scholarship to support their Masters or PhD study. Awards are made on a competitive basis. See the relevant website for further information.
The Thouron Award is a graduate exchange programme between British universities and the University of Pennsylvania.
The University co-operates with the Said Foundation to offer Karim Rida Said Fund Scholarships to Jordanian, Lebanese, Syrian or Palestinian (including Palestinians inside Israel) nationals who are resident in the Middle East. The scheme is able to provide full or matched funding for taught masters. In order to apply for funding you must return a Said Foundation application form to the British Council office in Amman, Beirut, East Jerusalem, Gaza or Nazareth by 5 January 2014. Candidates must apply to the University if your proposed course is offered. Further information about the scheme is available from the Said Foundation’s UK Scholarships page.
WorldWideStudies is an educational program of the Victor Pinchuk Foundation, aimed at fostering a new generation of Ukrainian professional elites. As part of the program the Foundation implements two projects: WorldWideStudies and WorldWideStudies - engineers of the future.
Project WorldWideStudies offers support to young people of Ukraine to pursue a Masters degree in these specialties:
- Agricultural Science
- Ecology and Environment
- Public Administration
- Alternative Energy
- Aerospace Engineering
All candidates for WorldWideStudies grant awards can submit their applications for the 2014-15 academic year online at www.worldwidestudies.org. Please note that the application deadline is 15 May 2014.
In response to the 11 March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in the north east of Japan the Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation, in partnership with the British Council in Japan, has launched a £250,000 scholarship fund to support Japanese students in the Tohoku region.
The aim of this initiative is to support post-secondary level students from any part of Tohoku (Aomori, Akita, Iwate, Miyagi, Fukushima or Yamagata prefectures), in particular those areas most affected by the recent events (Miyagi, Fukushima and Iwate prefectures) seeking to study for a period at an educational institution in the United Kingdom.
Applications will also be considered from students from the Tohoku region who are currently studying in the UK but who require financial support to continue their studies. Scholarship applications may be submitted for the following types of courses, beginning in 2012 or 2013:
- Undergraduate and postgraduate degree courses (including foundation programmes) in all subject areas
- PhD and post-doctoral research programmes
- Vocational courses at universities and colleges of further education
- English language course (e.g. pre-sessional courses, English language summer schools)
For more details, including how to apply, please see www.dajf.org.uk or www.britishcouncil.org/japan and refer to the Tohoku Scholarships publicity. The application deadline for 2014 entry is the 5 December 2013.
Funding for students from Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Uganda and Mauritania and Gabon
The Tullow Scholarship
The Tullow Scholarship scheme is open to students from Ethiopia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Uganda and Mauritania and Gabon and is supported by the British Council. Tullow Oil Plc is funding numerous full scholarships for students applying to the following subjects at postgraduate level:
- Geosciences (Geophysics, Geology)
- Engineering (Petroleum Engineering, Oil and Gas Engineering, Petrochemical Engineering, Subsea Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Automation Systems, and Electrical Engineering)
- Agriculture and Agro-based courses
- Environmental and Forestry Management
- Hospitality and Tourism Management
- Marine Sciences (Fisheries, aqua-culture)
- Logistics and Supply Chain
- Business (Economics, Finance and Management).
- Any other suitable courses relevant to participating countries
Details of the application process may be found at tullowgroupscholarshipscheme.org
Funding for students from Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, Seychelles, Tanzania
The Afren One Planet MBA Scholarship (£34,000) covers the full MBA tuition fee for 2012/13, as well as a contribution towards accommodation and living expenses. Eligible candidates will need to meet the full entry requirements for the MBA and also (i) have a background or demonstrable interest in the oil and gas sector and (ii) be a resident of one of the following countries/regions: Cote D’Ivoire, Ghana, Iraqi Kurdistan, Kenya, Madagascar, Nigeria, Seychelles, Tanzania.
To apply for the scholarship, please complete the following application: Afren and Syngenta Scholarship Application form. The deadline for the application is the 30 June 2013. For further information, please visit the Scholarships for One- Planet MBA.
Funding for students from an emerging market country (preferably from Latin America, Asia Pacific or South Asia)
The Syngenta One Planet MBA Scholarship (£19,000) covers the full MBA tuition fee for 2012/13. Eligible candidates will need to meet the full entry requirements for the MBA and also (i) have a background or demonstrable interest in food security and (ii) be a citizen of an emerging market country (preferably from Latin America, Asia Pacific or South Asia).
To apply for the scholarship, please complete the following application: Afren and Syngenta Scholarship Application form. The deadline for the application is the 30 June 2013. For further information, please visit the Scholarships for One Planet MBA.
Scholarships exist to specifically support students from Colombia; read full details by following the links below.
The Indonesia-UK DIKTI Scholarship Programme provides funding for lecturers at Indonesian universities and administrative staff at DIKTI and Indonesian state universities to undertake postgraduate study at many leading universities and higher education institutions in the United Kingdom. The programme will fund up to 750 academics to come and study in the UK over the next five years. All academic subjects are eligible for funding under the DIKTI programme. More information on the programme can be found at the Indonesia-UK DIKTI Scholarship Programme homepage.
We are pleased to announce that a new scholarship of up to £20,000 is available for a student from Hong Kong or mainland China wanting to undertake the full time One Planet MBA starting in September 2014. This scholarship has been generously donated by Mr Denis Cheung (Engineering Science, 1969), an Exeter University alumnus based in Hong Kong. The Denis Cheung One Planet MBA Scholarship will be awarded to an exceptional applicant, especially where they can demonstrate financial need.
To be considered for this scholarship you must first apply to join the full time programme and be given an offer. Please complete the online application form. The deadline for applications for both the programme and the scholarship is 21 July 2014 at 12:00 (HK time, i.e. GMT + 8 hours).
Please note that you will be required to email a personal statement of up to 750 words detailing why you feel you should be considered for this scholarship award. You should include any significant management, professional and/or sustainability achievements you would like to be taken into consideration for this award and how you would envisage making use of your new knowledge and skills after the programme. Also, you should indicate a clear and demonstrable case that, without the scholarship, you would not have the financial means to undertake the MBA.
For further information and to email your scholarship statement, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find further information about the One Planet MBA on the Business School site.
The Russian Government international scholarship program is confirmed for 2014-2016 and it will work with about 3000 postgraduate students going to study abroad. Tuition and living expenses will be reimbursed and the students will have to return to work in Russia.