Application is invited to apply for Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship In the UK. There are 64 scholarships available to new full-time and part-time students studying for taught Masters’s degrees in any subject.
Royal Holloway is ranked among the top four universities in London and the top 25 in the United Kingdom. The Royal Holloway, University of London offers such scholarships yearly to welcome students to the campus.
Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship 2023-24 will open the door to new and better opportunities for selected students and they will be exposed to advance learning in postgraduate programs.
Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship
- University: Royal Holloway University of London
- Degree Level: Masters
- Student: International Students, Domestic Students
- Host Country: UK
- Deadline: 3 July 2023
Candidates with international fee status should have achieved, or be expected to achieve, at least a 2:1 undergraduate degree or equivalent, with preference given to those who have achieved a First Class degree (in countries where it is possible).
Candidates with Home fee status should have achieved, or be expected to achieve, a First Class undergraduate degree or equivalent. You must have received an offer to study for a taught postgraduate degree at Royal Holloway.
Applications to the Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarships are assessed on academic performance to date. A strong Scholarship Statement is also required.
The scholarship is offered as a £4,000 tuition fee reduction. For full-time students, the tuition fee reduction is only available for one year of study. No additional payment is offered in any following years if the duration of the program is longer than one year.
For part-time students, £4,000 will be split and awarded as a tuition fee reduction in the first two years of study only.
How To Apply
Applications must be submitted through RH Direct by 11.59 pm (UK time) on 3 July 2023. Applicants will be made aware of the outcome of their application after 24 July 2023.
You must provide a supporting statement of no more than 400 words, which should include:
- Academic achievements you are particularly proud of and why these really matter to you
- Why you have chosen to do the degree you have applied for
- What your future aspirations are and how the scholarship will help you to achieve your future goals
Your statement will be judged on how effectively and convincingly you respond to the above.
Applications that exceed the word count will automatically be rejected.
As well as your statement, you will need to upload your most recent grades transcript from your undergraduate degree. Any applications that are submitted without an uploaded transcript will be rejected.