School of Law Scholarships for International Students at University of Manchester in UK, 2017
- Deadline: March 10, 2013
The School of Law offers a number of Graduate Scholarships for research degrees beginning in 2017-2018. These scholarships are open to all new students both overseas and home/EU students in all research areas within the School. These awards cover tuition fees at EU/Home student rate and provide a maintenance stipend equivalent to that of the RCUK studentships £14,296 for 2017/18.
Manchester’s School of Law combines a commitment to research excellence with a focus on the intellectual and pastoral development of its students.
The University of Manchester is a Russell Group University. With almost 40,000 students, it boasts the largest student community in the UK.
Students whose first language is not English are required to hold a minimum overall score of 7 in the IELTS test with 7 in writing and no subsection below 6.5, or an equivalent score in the IBT- TOEFL, PEARSON, or Cambridge CAE.
Available to UK, EU and international students who have accepted a place on one of University’s PhD programmes
Students must have already submitted a full application for a place on the PhD programme by February 10, 2017 for their application to be considered.
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These awards cover tuition fees at EU/Home student rate and provide a maintenance stipend equivalent to that of the RCUK studentships £14,296 for 2017/18.
Completed application forms should be submitted electronically. The following must be enclosed:
- Two academic references
- Photocopies of official transcripts and certificates from your previous degree courses
- Research Proposal – View our research proposal guidelines (PDF, opens in a new window)
- A sample of written work – 2000-5000 words (Bioethics only)
- A copy of passport (if you will need a visa to study here)
- A copy of CV
- Evidence of English language ability* (if English is not your first language); either IELTS or TOEFL.
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