The University of Westminster is pleased to collaborate with the GREAT Britain campaign of the United Kingdom government as well as the British Council. On the Study UK website, you can find out more about our collaboration with the GREAT Scholarships initiative and how to apply.
About the Scholarship:
The Royal Polytechnic Institute, which is now known as the University of Westminster, was established in 1838. It is one of the most venerable educational institutions in the United Kingdom. In 1992, the university was given the title of University of Westminster, which means “University of the Royal Court.” Lady Frances Sorrell is the current Chancellor, while Dr Peter Bonfield OBE is the current Vice-Chancellor. Located in the heart of Central London on Regent Street, the university’s main campus. It also has three other campuses, which are located in Fitzrovia, Harrow, and Marylebone, respectively. A number of associations, including the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Association of MBAs, as well as EQUIS and the European Foundation for Management Development, Universities UK, and the European University Association, are affiliated with the university. The University of Westminster is comprised of three colleges, twelve schools, and 65 departments and research centers, among other divisions. UG courses are offered at the institution, as are 231 PG courses, as well as 99 professional and short courses. These courses are offered on a full-time, part-time, and open/distance learning basis. Awards, contracts, and research grants brought in a total of £22 million for the university. The university has produced notable alumni, including architects Sir Thomas Bennett and Fougasse, and animator John Ryan, as well as well-known authors such as Mary Jo Bang and David Gascoyne, businessmen such as Sinclair Beecham, Julian Metcalfe, and Robert Bellinger, and well-known entertainers including Charlie Brooker, Asif Kaoadia, and Tej Lalvani. Some of the university’s most well-known faculty members are Sir George Cayley, known as the “Father of Aeronautical Engineering,” Charles Algernon Parsons, an engineer and developer of the steam turbine, and Tom Ang, a BBC television presenter. Chantal Mouffe (political theorist), Ezra Pound (poet and major modernist figure) and Jean Seaton (political theorist) were all present (professor of media history and historian of the BBC). The university’s hostels contain 1750 rooms spread among six halls of residence, making them the largest in the country. If students are unable to secure housing in hostels, the university can assist them in finding private accommodations. All residences are connected to the university by means of the university’s transportation system. The University of Westminster does not grant any scholarships, although there are a variety of awards available for students. The Brittan Scholarship, the Brian Large Bursary Fund, and the Westheimer Health and Social Care Scholarship are just a few of the significant prizes available. It is certain that studying at Westminster will be a transformative experience for you, both personally and professionally. During your time abroad, you will advance your academic growth, make friends with students from all over the world, and have the opportunity to participate in a wide range of social, sports, and cultural events. They have a friendly and professional international student support team, English language support, an international student welcome program, and a wide choice of additional activities to help you develop during your studies to make you feel at home, no matter where you come from. From business and banking to fashion, art, music, cinema, and sport, London is the place to be if you want to be first to see something. Studying at Westminster means that your classroom extends far beyond the confines of the university, and that you have access to everything that London has to offer right outside your front door. London will serve as your campus and will als o serve as a convenient base from which to tour the rest of the United Kingdom and Europe. There are 19,000 students from 169 nations that call the university their home, making it a genuinely international school. The institution is ranked #1 in the United Kingdom, the United States, Australia, and New Zealand for international student diversity, and it is among the top 15 most international universities in the world in terms of the percentage of international students. Westminster University is internationally renowned, and it has established research relationships with other universities throughout the world to foster a friendly environment for international students. In addition, the university has more than 190 international partnerships with institutions in more than 56 countries. Students can take advantage of study, employment, and volunteer opportunities in other countries as part of their personal and professional development, thanks to the collaboration of the cooperating institutions. As a result of its strong relationships with more than 7,000 enterprises and organizations, the Careers and Employability Service plays an important role in preparing students for their future professional lives by providing them with internship opportunities and industry-related skills. When it comes to facilities, the University of Westminster makes certain that students have access to the most up-to-date technology to help them with their studies. This includes libraries that are open 24 hours a day, film and television studios, and state-of-the-art science facilities. International students have access to a dedicated support team, a welcoming program, and a wide range of activities that aid in their personal growth and development.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Westminster
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: £10,000
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: Nigerian Students
The University will receive a £10,000 Tuition Fee Award, which will be paid directly to the University to offset your tuition fees. Students enrolled in two-year postgraduate degrees will be eligible for the prize only for the first year of their studies.
In order to assist in the development of active cultural sectors in developing nations, the call is open to projects from countries that meet the requirements. In order to participate in the International Scholarship for Cultural Diversity 2022 initiative, applications are now being accepted. This program is being organized by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO).
Eligibility for Scholarship.
- This award is offered to Nigerian students who are enrolled in an overseas program and who pay their tuition fees
- You must have been offered a place on a full-time master’s study in law at the University of Westminster, which will begin in September 2020.
- For additional information, please view our complete terms & conditions.
- In most cases, students who already hold a Master’s degree are ineligible to apply, unless specifically specified otherwise in the handbook on equivalency of abroad academic qualifications.
- Please keep in mind that if your course falls under one or more of the following categories, you will not be eligible to apply for a scholarship:
- Diploma in Postgraduate Studies
- Courses for professionals (eg RIBA pt III, ACCA, CIMA, CiLEX)
- Courses in conversion (eg Graduate Diploma in Law)
- Student pursuing a dual Masters/MPhil/PhD degree
- Students that are only studying part-time
The University of Westminster 2022 GREAT Scholarship for Justice & Law for Nigerian Students is open to all Nigerian Students
Please email your completed application form, as well as any needed supporting documentation, to [email protected] as a PDF attachment. Application for the GREAT Scholarship in Justice and Law in 2022 (PDF)
The application deadline for University of Westminster 2022 GREAT Scholarship for Justice & Law for Nigerian Students Is June 13, 2022