The Felix scholarship covers the full cost of tuition fees; living costs £15,560 and a return airfare.
Eligibility for Felix Trust Scholarship Program, UK
– Applicants must be citizens of a Sub-Saharan African country.
– Applicants must have a first-class undergraduate degree.
– Applicants must demonstrate financial need.
– Applicants must have applied to or applying to The University of London for a Masters taught the program.
Application Process for Felix Trust Scholarship
A complete application for admission includes transcripts, an explanation of the grading system for any degree obtained outside of the UK, two references, CV, and a personal statement.
The application deadline for this scholarship is on 29th January 2018.
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The Member Institutions are considered universities in their own right; they set their own entrance criteria for their courses and they offer their own services to students. Some now also have their own degree awarding powers.
All students from all of the Member Institutions are also University of London students, making them part of a community of over 170,000 students and giving them access to many services in London.
About Felix Trust Scholarship
The Felix Scholarship was founded to offer gifted underprivileged students from India and certain other developing countries the opportunity of furthering their postgraduate education by attending a university in the UK.
The primary objective of the Felix Scholarship is to stimulate the Felix scholars by exposing them to academic study, cultures, experiences and friendships that they would not otherwise have had the chance to sample. It is hoped that this in turn will endow them with skills and visions, enabling them, when returning to their country of origin, to contribute to the culture and welfare of their home communities.