Fully Funded IDS Graduate Scholarship 2021 in the UK
Applications are open for IDS Graduate scholarship. Institute of development studies is a think tank affiliated with the University of Sussex, is offering fully funded master (taught) program scholarships for international students. The scholarship is offered for students who belong to low-income or lower-middle countries.
Applicants must be ambitious to create change after going back to their home countries. To be eligible for the IDS graduate scholarship, applicants must have applied for the master’s degree program at the University of Sussex and secured admission.
As the scholarship is fully funded, the candidates will receive funding for tuition fees and living in the UK. Furthermore, all the candidates will get a chance to participate in research projects under professional mentors’ supervision. Applicants must have received an unconditional offer letter from the University.
The Institute of Development Studies is affiliated with the University of Sussex, based on its campus. It was ranked #1 in the QS World University Rankings for 2020. So don’t miss this great opportunity, apply today and study in the world’s top institute.
Here are other details about the fully funded IDS Graduate Scholarship
Offered Postgraduate Degrees
- MSc Climate change, Development and Policy
- MA Gender and Development
- MA Poverty and Development
- MA Development Studies
- MA Globalization, Business and Development
- MA Food and Development
- MA Governance, Development and Public Policy
- MSc Sustainable Development
Deadline is April 30, 2021
- Country: United Kingdom
- Financial coverage: Fully Funded
- Eligible Regions: East Asia and Pacific, Europe and Central Asia, South Asia, North America, Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean, The Middle East and North Africa. For more information about eligible countries visit the official website.
- Deadline: April 30, 2021
Eligibility Criteria :
Applicants must have proven academic achievements and skills in the field of their interest.
They must have a future plan related to education, economic, social or cultural development in their home countries.
They must not be working in any high-income country.
They must have received an unconditional offer from the University of Sussex for the master’s program.
They shall meet all the requirements and criteria of the University and the institute.
Candidates will receive £18,500 as funding towards tuition fee,
And £11,000 for living expenses in the UK.