If you are looking to continue your Educational Career with added benefits, then you would be delighted to know that the University of Nottingham is offering the Developing Solutions Masters Funding for students, starting Full-Time Master’s Degree Program in September 2020.
The aim of the Developing Solutions Masters Award is to enable and encourage academically able students, from the developing and Third World Countries.
About The Awarding Institution
Established in the year 1881 as the University College Nottingham, before being granted its royal charter in 1948, the University is consistently ranked in the top 100 Universities Worldwide.
University of Nottingham offers a range of study opportunities for students, from foundation level courses through to Doctoral Degrees.
A broad range of Undergraduate and Postgraduate Programmes, are available from different specialist schools and departments.
Nottingham is organized into five Faculties within which there are a number of Schools, Departments, Institutes and Research Centres.
Home to about 45,500 Students and 7,000 Staff, the University has a robust system that caters to the needs of people from diverse backgrounds, in an enabling co-habitable environment.
Why You Should Study At The University Of Nottingham
The University of Nottingham is a University that is ranked 2nd in the UK, and 13th in the World, in terms of its Alumni listed among CEO’s of the 500 largest Companies Worldwide.
The major aim of the University is to provide professional, high-quality careers and information service for its students. This encompasses careers, student development, and outreach activities, including careers resources and appointments and skills sessions.
Developing Solutions Masters Funding
Awarding University: University of Nottingham
Course Level of Study: Postgraduate degree
Award: The grant will cover the 100% tuition fee.
Access Mode: Online (Application process is carried out online)
Number of Awards: 10 awards are available
Required Nationality: International students
The award can be taken in Malaysia.
What Determines Eligibility?
Applications from interested students from the developing and Third World Countries are welcomed for this program.
Acceptable Course of Study: The Award is available to interested candidates seeking to pursue a Postgraduate Degree in Science, Technology and Education, including the following courses: MSc Chemical Engineering, MSc Civil Engineering, MSc Computer Science, MSc Mechanical Engineering, MSc Electronic Communication & Computer Engineering, MA Educational Leadership & Management, MA Special Needs, MA TESOL, MSc International Development Management, MA International Relations.
The interested candidate must be holding an unconditional offer letter of admission, and must have accepted the offer by paying RM2,000 for a Full-Time Master’s Degree program at the University of Nottingham Malaysia, for 2020/21 intakes.
The candidate must have at least 1 full year working experience, after completion of the Undergraduate Program. Fresh Graduates will not be considered for this program.
The applicant must have sufficiently enabled to support the cost of living throughout the duration of studies.
How You Can Apply
The interested participants will be required to take admission in the Master’s Degree Program at the University.
Required Documents: Candidates are required to attach a statement, explaining Why have they have chosen to study this programme (Maximum of 150 words), Why they have chosen to study in Malaysia, an overview of their responsibilities in the last position held, and how this application will benefit them, their Country, and their future career ambitions.
In order to be enrolled, aspirants are recommended to meet the entry requirements of the University.
All the interested participants are expected to demonstrate English language skills by achieving at least a 6.5 overall and a minimum of 6.0 in each sub-band of the IELTS; or acceptable scores in equivalent tests.
Deadlines for the Application
Application for September 2020 intake is open from 1 March 2020, and closed by 2 August 2020, while application for December 2020 intake is open from 1 June 2020, and closed by 18 October 2020.