India PGT Civil Engineering Enhanced Scholarship 2023
We are pleased to offer the India PGT Civil Engineering Enhanced Scholarship 2023 to Indian students joining the University to study a taught masters programme in Civil and Structural Engineering in September 2023.
- The scholarship is worth a total of £3,500, which is made up of the £2,500 International Postgraduate Scholarship 2023 with an additional £1,000 Civil Engineering enhancement.
- No additional scholarship application is required, if you meet the eligibility and award criteria below the scholarship will be applied as a tuition fee discount.
- You must accept your offer from the University of Sheffield before 16:00 (UK time) on 16 June 2023 to receive this award.
Eligibility and award criteria
- To be eligible for the scholarship, applicants must be a national of or permanently domiciled in India.
- Your taught masters programme must be scheduled to commence at the University of Sheffield in September 2023.
- You must accept your offer for your course before 16:00 (UK time) on 16 June 2023 to receive this award.
- Subject to meeting the eligibility and award criteria the International India PGT Civil Engineering Enhanced Scholarship 2023 will be awarded automatically – no application is required.
- The scholarship cannot be awarded in conjunction with any of the following scholarships:
- International Postgraduate Taught Merit Scholarship 2023
- NCUK Postgraduate Taught Scholarship 2023
- In the event that you are selected for any of the above scholarships the most valuable award will take precedence.
- The scholarship can be awarded in conjunction with any available scholarships from the Department or Faculty you will be studying in, subject to not becoming a sponsored student*. Please use the funding calculator to find out if any scholarships are available from your Department/Faculty.
- Postgraduate Diploma (PGDip) and Postgraduate Certificate (PGCert) courses are ineligible for the International Postgraduate Taught Scholarship 2023.
- The scholarships will take the form of a tuition fee reduction only.
- You must be self-funded and classified as overseas for tuition fee purposes.
- You must study a course in full at the University of Sheffield. Masters programmes split between the University of Sheffield and a partner institution are not eligible for a scholarship.
- All Crossways courses and Erasmus Mundus courses are ineligible for an automatic scholarship.
- The scholarship cannot be awarded in conjunction with any funding (full or partial) from an external sponsor**, excluding a loan, which has to be paid back in full.
- The scholarship is for full-time and part-time students only. Students studying online or via distance learning are not eligible for the scholarship
- Part-time students will receive the full-time equivalent of the scholarship split pro-rata over the duration of the Masters course, subject to all eligibility and award criteria.
- This scholarship cannot be deferred to a future year of entry. If you decide to defer entry to another year you forfeit this award.
- * A sponsored student is defined as being an individual in receipt of a total sum of funds from either the University or an external organisation** that matches or exceeds the original tuition fee required by the University.
- ** Government or governmental organisation – international, national or regional; research council; charity; private enterprise; or any similar organisation.
- If you are receiving a loan (which has to be paid back in full) from an organisation to which we offer a discount, you are not able to combine this scholarship with the discount - the most valuable award will take precedence.
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