Scholarships available to UK/EU residents
General (UK Residents)
The first port of call should be the Grants Register (McMillan) which can be found in all institutional and many public libraries. It lists a large number of awards and, by way of its comprehensive index, applications can be directed towards awards related to the subject area in which you intend to study. Another useful UK grant outlet is the Educational Grants Advisory Service which will search over 2,000 different educational trusts who might be able to provide additional funding. Candidates are also advised to check the press (especially The Guardian, The Independent, and the Times Higher Education supplement for the announcement of various scholarships and awards, especially in March and April. Residents of Northern Ireland should also write to the Department of Education, Rathgael House, Balloo Road, Bangor, Co.Down BT19 2PR. If you have access to websites, this is also a good way to update yourself on what is available.
UK students could also investigate Professional and Career Development Loans available from major banks.
School of International Development Excellence Awards
UK/EU Postgraduate Scholarship
The School of International Development is offering a £1,000 fee waiver to all UK/EU students who have obtained a 1st Class degree.
How to apply - all eligible candidates with a 1st Class degree to whom the School have made an offer are automatically given the £1,000 fee waiver.
UK/EU Full Fee Scholarship
This award is offered to UK/EU students based on academic excellence, quality of personal statement and background within development.
How to apply: All eligible candidates to whom the School have made an offer are automatically considered for nomination to be considered for the Full Fee Home/EU award.
Deadline for applications: Applications must be received by 3 June 2013.
School of International Development internal bursaries
All UEA Undergraduates who successfully register to progress on to any of our International Development Master's courses are eligible to receive a 20% reduction in fees. Please contact email@example.com for further information.
How to apply: All eligible candidates to whom the School have made an offer are automatically considered for nomination.
Other scholarships available to UK/EU students
General (Non-UK Residents)
Students planning to come to Britain to study should seek information from their own Ministry of Education and from the nearest British Council Office, British Embassy or British High Commission. Students already in the UK can obtain information from their own Embassy or High Commission and the British Council regional or London offices. Further information on funding may be obtained from the UK Council for Overseas Students Affairs.
World Council of Churches
Candidates who are directly engaged in church service, or community service, or who have previous theological education may be eligible to apply for a World Council of Churches Scholarship. Candidates should normally have had some working experience related to their proposed field of study. Applications should be made through a candidate's local church or church-related organisation - a WCC application form is made available by the National Correspondent only after local selection has taken place. Further details may be obtained directly from the World Council of Churches Scholarship Secretary, 150 Route de Ferney, PO Box 66, 1211 Geneva 20, Switzerland.
How to apply: All eligible candidates should apply directly to the World Council of Churches.
Deadline for applications: 30 April 2013.