The University of Manchester is offering scholarships to applicants from Tanzania for selected masters course for the year 2020/2021. The grant for school is divided into two categories; one year, full-time, on-campus and part time distance learning which would last between three to four years.
31st August, 2019
Country where scholarship is taken:
Number of scholarship
28 scholarships; 18 full time study and 10 part time study
Level of study:
The scholarship is designed for gifted individuals, particularly those from disadvantaged backgrounds. Applicants must possess the following to be eligible for this grant for school;
– They must have at least two years post-graduation working experience, excluding voluntary work or unpaid internship
– They must hold a first class or upper second class undergraduate degree
– They must be citizens of Tanzania and must reside in the country. They must also not have previously studied outside Africa.
– They must have the intention to return home after studies to make positive impact on the future of their home country
– They must have a clear understanding of how studying in Manchester can benefit their career and the wider community
– Applicants must demonstrate competency in English Language
Number of awardees:
Value of scholarship:
This grant for school cover full tuition fees, living expenses, and return international air fares.
Duration of scholarship:
Duration of the course chosen by candidates
How to apply:
Applicants are invited to submit their application online via SmartSurvey. The closing date for the September 2020 entry is 31st August, 2019. Applications are not to be sent by email.
To apply, applicants must have the following;
– Degree certificates and transcript, which shows the subject taken by applicants and grades achieved
– Evidence of competency in English Language
– Two up-to-date signed references. References must on letter head and must be addressed to Equity and Merit Scholarship at the University of Manchester