International Students are welcome to apply for the University of Warwick Chemistry Home Taught Masters Scholarship, UK 2022-23. The scholarship covers Master’s level chemistry courses at the University of Warwick. The scholarship deadline is June 15, 2022. The University of Warwick in the United Kingdom provides Taught Masters International Scholarships in the field of Chemistry, allowing students from all over the world to take advantage of the opportunity and get a head start on their studies.
To deserving students, the university provides top-notch education and cutting-edge research. It is a world-class educational development, technology, and research institution. You will find a fantastic learning environment here.
For the academic year 2022/2023, the University of Warwick offers two grants to outstanding students beginning a master’s degree program there.
About the Scholarship:
With only a few graduate students, the University of Warwick was founded in 1964. The university admitted its first class of 450 undergraduates in October 1965. The university also received its Royal Charter of Incorporation in the same year. It has risen to become one of the world’s most prestigious academic institutions. Warwick is a member of the Association of Commonwealth Universities, AACSB, and the Midlands Innovation Group, AMBA, the European University Association, EQUIS, Universities UK, and the Russell Group, as well as the European University Association, EQUIS, Universities UK, and the Russell Group.
The University of Warwick’s main site is 5 kilometers from Coventry City Centre and consists of three adjoining campuses: Gibbet Hill, Westwood, and the University of Warwick Science Park. The Warwick Arts Centre, which includes a concert hall, theatre studio, art gallery, and music centre, is located on the university’s main campus. It also houses the University House and offers a variety of sports facilities to students. The Gibbet Hill site also houses the Department of Life Sciences and oversees Warwick Medical School’s pre-clinical activities. The Centre for Professional Education, Arden House Conference Center, and the Centre for Lifelong Learning are all located on the Westwood campus. The Clinical Sciences department of University Hospital Coventry is housed in a building in Walsgrave. Welles Bourne is home to the Warwick Horticulture Research International Research and Conference Centre. The Warwick Business School campus is housed in the Shard skyscraper in London. Engineering, science, medicine, social science, arts, theatre, language, law, business, and finance are among the many postgraduate and undergraduate programs offered by the University of Warwick. There are over 27,000 students at the university, and over 2,400 qualified and experienced teachers. It also works with over 200 local and international institutions in more than 40 countries. The Student Careers and Skills team at the university works to ensure that graduates are employable. It allows students to network with employers and secure well-paying jobs at prestigious companies. It even provides assistance after the students have completed their studies.
The university boasts a number of well-known alumni all across the world. Stephen Merchant is a radio host, director, and comedy actor who has won Emmy and Golden Globe awards. Andrew Haldane is the executive director of the Monetary Analysis and Statistics department at the Bank of England. Simon Mayo is a well-known presenter on the radio. Iceland’s president is Guni Thorlacius Jóhannesson. Ruth Jones is a comedian, TV actor, and the creator of Gavin and Stacey. Baroness Valerie Amos is the first African-American woman to hold a cabinet position. Leslie Valiant is a computer scientist and the recipient of the ACM Turing Award. Oliver Hart is a Nobel Prize-winning economist.
Warwick Accommodation is responsible for managing the University of Warwick’s on-campus and off-campus housing needs. We can assist with student housing in Coventry, Leamington Spa, and Kenilworth in addition to our halls of residence. The Warwick University Library is centrally located on the main campus. It contains over 13 kilometers of archives and manuscripts, as well as approximately 1,242,000 books. It was recently renovated and now houses new services to support research and teaching practice as well as cross-departmental collaboration. The campus is vibrant and cosmopolitan, with its own shops, banks, pubs, and restaurants, making it a fun place to live and work with everything you could possibly need close at hand. A huge leisure centre on the main campus houses a 25-meter swimming pool, two sports halls, a gymnasium, squash courts, and a rock-climbing facility.
The Students’ Union is the heart of Warwick University’s campus life. The University of Warwick, which has over 9,500 students from 147 countries, provides award-winning service to students both before and during their studies. Students are well prepared for life at the University through pre-departure briefings, immigration advice, and orientation programs.
Warwick has its own recruitment agency to assist students in finding permanent or temporary jobs on campus or with nearby businesses that will allow them to continue their education. Students will get the opportunity to interact with a variety of organizations at jobs fairs and employer presentations, while the Careers Team provides a broad range of information, assistance, and tools to support your career decision-making. Access to a wide range of career planning reference books and electronic materials. The University of Warwick is in the heart of England, on the outskirts of Coventry’s multicultural city and on the edge of Warwickshire. Because of its location, one side of the campus confronts a bustling modern metropolis, while the other faces picturesque English countryside. Coventry, England’s eighth largest city, is known for its superb shopping, dining, and nightlife. Its medieval heritage may be recognized in the historic buildings that remain, while its modern-day fame can be seen in the new cathedral.
Students can take advantage of a range of facilities and services on the University of Warwick campus. The key shopping districts are the areas around the piazza and the Students’ Union building, where you can find a supermarket, banks, post office, pharmacy, and bookshop. Because of Warwick’s central location, it is easily accessible by road, rail, and air: Birmingham International Airport is only 20 minutes away, while Coventry’s main rail station is only 65 minutes away by train.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Warwick
Host Country(s): United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: £12,500.
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: International Students
High-achieving students will receive a £12,500 master’s study award from the University of Warwick.
Eligibility for Scholarship
1. Nationalities: All nationalities are eligible.
2. Eligible Courses or Subjects: Chemistry taught master’s degree
3. Eligibility Requirements: Applicants must have a UK Undergraduate First Class degree or equivalent to be considered.
The University of Warwick UK 2022 Taught Masters International Scholarships in Chemistry is open to all international students
Aspirants must first enroll in a master’s degree program at the University of Warwick in order to apply. Applicants can apply for this funding award after they have been enrolled.
1. You must submit a completed application form as well as a £60 application fee*.
2. Personal Statement
3. A copy of your Bachelor’s degree transcript (mark sheet) and a copy of your diploma. If you’re still in school, please send us your most recent transcripts. If you are accepted onto the course, you will be required to upload your final transcript and certificate in order to complete your requirements.
4. The outcome of the English test (if applicable) After you’ve received an offer, you can submit this.
5. There is one reference. This should be an academic reference if you finished your education less than two years ago. We will need a professional reference if you graduated more than two years ago. Please include your referee’s genuine professional email address on your application form so that we can contact them directly.
6. Applicants with professional experience should include a CV along with their application.
The application deadline for University of Warwick UK 2022 Taught Masters International Scholarships in Chemistry is March 31, 2022