Monday, 14 September 2015

Said Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships for Study in Universities of United Kingdom, United Kingdom

If you would like to study in Universities of United Kingdom, United Kingdom and pursue Full Time Postgraduate Program in any Subject you can avail Said Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships which is being offered by the Said Foundation.
This is a Postgraduate Program Merit Based Scholarship and students are eligible from International Students (Syrian, Lebanese, Jordanian or Palestinian nationals ordinarily resident in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine or Israel). to apply for the same. Only 20 such awards are being offered and the deadline for application is 30-Nov-15.
This Scholarship will offer you a number of full-cost postgraduate scholarships annually for one year and two year postgraduate courses and for doctoral research (DPhil/PhD).

Name of Scholarships:
Said Foundation Postgraduate Scholarships
Scholarship is offered by:
the Said Foundation
Scholarship Offers:
The Said Foundation offers a number of full-cost postgraduate scholarships annually.
Duration of Reward / Grant:
Scholarships are offered for one year and two year Postgraduate Courses and for Doctoral Research (DPhil/Phd).
Education Field:
any Subject
Education Level:
Postgraduate Program
Based on:
Merit Based
Scholarship is open for:
Universities of United Kingdom, United Kingdom
Students are eligible from:
 International Students (Syrian, Lebanese, Jordanian or Palestinian nationals ordinarily resident in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine or Israel).
Number of Awards / Scholarships:
Important Dates:
Open Date: Not Available
Last Date: 30-Nov-15
Applications are restricted to candidates who are Syrian, Lebanese, Jordanian or Palestinian nationals ordinarily resident in Syria, Lebanon, Jordan, Palestine or Israel;
Priority is given to candidates permanently living in the Foundation’s target countries. The Foundation will, however, consider Syrians residing elsewhere due to current circumstances in Syria;
Scholarships are offered for postgraduate study only. Applications for undergraduate study cannot be considered.
For DPhil/Phd Scholarships: Priority will be given to candidates who hold a teaching post at a university in their home country and who can clearly demonstrate the need for the proposed research in their home country;
Evidence of proficiency in English must be provided and must be at the level required by Oxford or Cambridge;
Applicants must hold a first degree of a high enough standard to indicate that they are likely to complete their proposed course of study at Oxford or Cambridge successfully;
Applicants cannot be considered if they have not followed the proper application procedures for Oxford or Cambridge and completed the Foundation’s online scholarship application form;
Successful applicants are required to sign a binding undertaking to apply the skills and knowledge they have gained for the benefit of the Foundation’s target countries (Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine) on completion of their course;
Applicants are required to demonstrate that they have the potential to be leaders in their field.
Important Information:
Applications are carefully considered by the trustees and staff of the Foundation and external assessors. The Foundation bases its decisions on the candidate’s academic excellence, the usefulness of the subject to the applicant’s country, the applicant’s leadership potential, future career intentions and their practical ability to make use of the knowledge to be gained in the UK on their return to the Middle East.
To apply for the above scholarship / award / grant you should submit the following documents and should possess the following:
The mode of applying is Online. Further details on application procedures for Oxford and Cambridge are found below:
Applying to Oxford: For detailed information about Oxford’s application deadlines, supporting materials, and full guidance for completing and submitting the application form, please see Oxford’s Application Guide.Information regarding the admissions process may be repeated on other web pages; however, please note that in case of any discrepancies this Application Guide is the correct and accurate version.  Information regarding 2016-17 admissions will be available on Oxford’s web pages from September 2015. Information available prior to September 2015 is a guide to entry in 2015-16 and should not be used for applications for admission in subsequent years.
Applying to Cambridge:- Applicants who wish to be considered for graduate admission to the University of Cambridgeand for funding offered by the Cambridge Trust (including the Said Foundation Cambridge Scholarships) for entry in October 2016must complete and submit the ‘GRADSAF’ application form to the University’s Graduate Admissions officeno later than2 December 2015(or the course deadline, whichever is earlier). Applications open on 1 September 2015. By submitting one GRADSAF form per course applied for, candidates will be considered for:
Admission to a course of graduate study or research by the University of Cambridge.
Admission to a College by one or more of the Cambridge Colleges.
Funding offered by the Cambridge Trust (including the Said Foundation Cambridge Scholarships).
Once all the information has been received by the Said Foundation and the assessment of the submitted documents is complete, you will be informed about your selection in the same.
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