ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
University of East Anglia is offering to students from Africa the lord Walston scholarships for them to enroll for master degree programs in the 2015/2016 academic session.
The lord Walston scholarships are been offered to applicants from Africa who are working in Natural resource based projects such agricultural resource as well as Natural resource and are applying for a position on the MA agriculture and rural development, the MSc environment and international development or the Msc climate change and international development.
Applicants are selected based on academic brilliance and outstanding achievement.
To obtain one of these awards is very tough as there are a lot of applicants vying for the awards at the university. Therefore considering how competitive the awards are, Applicants are usually assessed based on their previous and future academic performance.
The duration of the scholarship will last for the period it takes the applicant to complete the masters degree program. The scholarship will be awarded and the program taken at University of East Anglia UK.
Only one scholarship may be available with benefits of payment of tuition fees as well as allowances given to cover living costs and other expenses.
The scholarship is awarded every year.
FIELD OF STUDY
MSc climate change and international development
MA agriculture and rural development
MSc environment and international development
Applicants should be from Africa
Applicants should be working in Africa in natural based projects such as agriculture and natural resource
Should meet the school English language requirements
Note: For those applicants who will require assistance or support in form of grants should endeavor to apply on time before the deadline.
HOW TO APPLY
Applications are done online. Click here to contact the scholarship provider for more information on how to apply
The deadline for application is March 16 2015
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