St George’s postgraduate scholarships 2022-23, London, UK

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Application deadlines: July 1, 2022

Postgraduate scholarships

The Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme at St George’s is competitive; we select applicants who demonstrate academic excellence and illustrate how they will go on to make a difference after their time with us.

Scholarships are available across the following postgraduate courses for both home (UK) and international (EU and non-EU) students.

Click on each course name to be taken to the fees and funding information for each course, which includes scholarship information:

Biomedical Science – Molecular Mechanisms of Cancer MRes

Biomedical Science – Antimicrobial Resistance MRes

Biomedical Science – Infection and Immunity MRes

Biomedical Science – Reproduction and Development MRes

Global Health MSc

Global Health and Conflict MSc 

Global Health and Humanities MSc

Global Health and Mental Health MSc

Global Health, Ethics and Law MSc

Global Health, Infection and Immunity MSc

Genomic Medicine MSc

Sports Cardiology MSc

Translational Medicine (MSc and MRes)

Value of the award

The scholarship covers the tuition fee cost at the Home (UK) rate.

Candidates who qualify as international students will be considered, with the view of meeting the cost difference between the Home (UK) and International (EU and Overseas) rates.

The scholarships are paid towards the course fees via an internal transfer within the university.

Global Health MSc international student scholarship

St George’s currently offer a scholarship for applicants to our Global Health MSc courses from a low-income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle income country as defined by the World Bank.

Click on each course name to be taken to the fees and funding information for each course, which includes scholarship information:

Global Health MSc

Global Health and Conflict MSc 

Global Health and Humanities MSc

Global Health and Mental Health MSc

Global Health, Ethics and Law MSc

Global Health, Infection and Immunity MSc.

Value of the award

The scholarship covers full tuition fees as well as a maintenance grant of £17,000 to cover living expenses.

Physician Associate Studies (MPAS) partial scholarship

We offer partial scholarships for students on the Physician Associate Studies MPAS and both home (UK) and international (EU and non-EU) students are eligible to apply. Applicants will be contacted post-interview and invited to submit a scholarship essay.

Go to the fees and funding tab on the course page to which includes scholarship information.

Value of the award

The value of the scholarship is £3,000. The scholarship will be paid via internal transfer by the university towards the tuition fees for the first year of study.

Eligibility criteria

To be eligible for a sholarship you must:

have completed an application for the course, either full-time or part-time study

not already be qualified at Masters level or above (e.g. PhD)

must be self-funding (courses fully funded by the NHS or students receiving employer or sponsor funding are not eligible)

have or be predicted to obtain at least a 2:1

be from a low-income, lower-middle-income or upper-middle income country as defined by the World Bank.

All eligible candidates will be shortlisted on 1 July 2022 (please note scholarships cannot be deferred to 2023 or later entry).

Applicants with the highest scores across all courses will be considered for the scholarship and may be invited for interview.

Assessment criteria

If you are a Home (UK) or International (EU or non-EU) applicant applying for a taught postgraduate programme which has a scholarship, you will be automatically considered for the scholarship, providing you apply by the deadline (1 July 2022).

You do not need to submit an additional application form. However, you may be asked to attend a physical or virtual interview.

Successful candidates will be those whom the Scholarship Committee consider will make a positive contribution to the academic environment at St George’s and achieve the highest scores.

Your application will be scored based on:

your degree classification

your personal statement

your interview

your references.

Source / Additional information: Official Website.

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