Studying at a prestigious University in the UK is no longer a dream this season, because the Alan Stanley Baxendale Charitable Trust, is currently inviting deserving UK and EU candidates, for the Baxendale Scholarship to study at the University College London.
The Scholarship grant is awarded to deserving applicants, to pursue a Master’s Degree Program in the University.
The trust offers a Number of Awards each year, with a value of £7,000, redeemable against the cost of tuition for the academic year 2020-2021.
About The University College London
The University College London, officially known as UCL since 2005, is a public research University in London, England, and a constituent College of the Federal University of London.
Founded in the year 1826, it was the first University Institution to be established in London, and the first in England to be entirely secular, and admit students, regardless of their religion.
Organized into 11 constituents Faculties, within which there are over 100 departments, institutes, research centers. UCL operates several museums and collections in a wide range of fields.
UCL is also known as the third largest University, by total enrollment, and the largest by Postgraduate enrollment.
It’s research and teachings, are organized within a network of faculties and academic departments.
Why You Should Study At University College London
UCL boasts of a diverse community with the freedom and courage to challenge, to question and to think differently, through a progressive approach, with world leading academics, curious students and outstanding staff, that continually pursues excellence, break boundaries and make an impact on real world problems.
At this University, students have an excellent opportunity to develop their language skills, and boost their prospects for an interesting career.
Their extracurricular activities help students to stand out, and make their mark on the world.
UCL Academics are known to have discovered five of the naturally occurring noble gases, discovered hormones, invented the vacuum tube and made several foundation advances in modern statistics.
As of 2019, 33 Nobel Prize winners and 3 fields medalist have been affiliated with UCL as Alumni, Faculty or Researchers.
So, if you are looking for a University where you will be exposed to critical world problem solving tactics and strategy with the right amount of exposure, and a rich background of past achievements, then UCL is just the place for you.
Awarding Institution: University College London
Course Level of study: Master
Access Mode: Online (application process is carried out online)
Required Nationality: UK & EU Students
Deadline for the application: June 30, 2020
What Determines Eligibility For This Scholarship Award?
Eligible Countries: Applicants from UK and EU countries are eligible to apply for the Baxendale Scholarship opportunity.
Acceptable Course or Subjects: The studentships are awarded in the subject area, offered by the University.
To be eligible, applicants must also have:
A minimum of an upper second-class Bachelor’s Degree, in a relevant discipline from a UK University, or an Overseas qualification of an equivalent standard.
How You Can Apply For The Baxendale Scholarship Award
In order to apply for the Baxendale Scholarship, students are required to take admission in the Master’s Degree Program at the University College London.
Admission Requirements: To be able to study at the University, applicants will need to meet the Academic Entry Requirements for their course.
Required Documents: Candidates must have to submit the cover letter, CV and academic transcripts from previously attended Institutions.
If the interested candidate is from a non-English speaking Country or does not have an academic history in English Language, they will be required to provide evidence of proficiency in English Language.
Benefits Of The Award
Each year the trust offers a Number of Awards, to the chosen candidate with a value of £7,000, redeemable against the cost of tuition.