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University of East Anglia Offers £37,150 in Scholarships to Nigerian Master’s Students

University of East Anglia,UK offers scholarship to Nigerians
University of East Anglia,UK offers scholarship to Nigerians

In an effort to promote global education and diversity, the University of East Anglia (UEA), situated in Norwich, UK, has unveiled a lucrative scholarship opportunity for Nigerian students pursuing master’s programs.

Valued at £33,150 (approximately N44.3 million), the scholarship covers tuition fees, living stipends, and transportation allowances, including an additional £4000 (approximately N5.3 million) specifically designated for travel costs.

Dubbed the David Sainsbury Scholarships in Global Plant Health, the initiative is fully funded and targets students interested in undertaking an MSc in Plant Health at UEA for the academic year 2024/2025.

The scholarships aim to attract high-achieving individuals with a passion for molecular biology, genetics, data science, and laboratory skills.

Prospective applicants must first secure admission to the University of East Anglia before being considered for the scholarship, with no separate application process required.

The selection process is competitive, based on academic excellence and demonstrated potential in relevant fields of study.

Moreover, Nigerian applicants not qualifying for the David Sainsbury Scholarships are still eligible for the UEA Nigeria Award scholarship.

This award, ranging from £4,000 to £5,000, is automatically granted to self-funded Nigerian students enrolling in master’s courses at UEA, subject to meeting specific entry requirements.

Applications for both scholarships are currently open, with the deadline set for May 31, 2024. Interested candidates are encouraged to apply promptly to seize this exceptional opportunity for academic and personal growth.

Apply to study at the University of East Anglia here.

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