The University of Hull announces 5 new scholarships for 160 countries, including India, covering full tuition fees for postgraduate courses
The University of Hull has recently become a full-fledged Chevening partner. Chevening Hall is announcing 5 new scholarships for students from countries eligible for full tuition fees in the UK’s Global Masters Scholarship Program and the University of Hull Masters program. Chevening is accepting applications from more than 160 countries, including India, for the 2022-23 academic year.
To be considered for the scholarship, students must submit their application through Chevening’s online application system and complete their postgraduate degree application on the University of Hull website. Chevening’s online application system will remain open until November 2, 2021.
Restrictions barring students from applying for Chevening / University of Hull Scholarships include persons with dual citizenship where the nationality is British (unless exempted from the Chevening guidelines for applicants); Candidates applying for DFIL or PhD program; Students who wish to take a course lasting less than nine months or more than 12 months; Students who are receiving or who have previously received financial support from the University of Hull or the UK government.
Chevening is open to students from more than 160 countries worldwide, and Chevening Scholars are renowned for demonstrating the great potential of being future leaders, decision makers, and opinion-makers in their own country. The University of Hull recognizes how Chevening Scholars contribute greatly to the impact and influence of its global student community.
For more information on the new Chevening / University of Hull Scholarship, visit the University of Hull website.