[England] International Masters Scholarship 2010 from University of Exeter

Deadline: July 7, 2010

The University of Exeter has up to 15 full tuition-fee merit-based scholarships for International students commencing taught Masters programmes starting in October 2010.

These scholarships are open to applicants interested in programmes from the following Schools only.

  • Biosciences (two available)
  • Education (one available)

[England] Executive MBA Programme Scholarship for Women

The Executive MBA programme office is delighted to offer scholarship support for the September 2009 (SEMBA2011) for the female participant who has best demonstrated leadership potential and commitment to support the ongoing success of the Executive MBA programme.

This substantial scholarship of up to £23,850 (the final award to be determined at the review stage) will be deducted from the balance of the first year tuition fees for the programme.

[England] 12 Master's Scholarships 2010/2011 from The University of Edinburgh

Deadline: May 3, 2010

Twelve scholarships are available to UK and EU students who have been accepted at the University of Edinburgh on a full-time Master's degree programme in any subject offered by the University. The scholarships will cover the UK/EU tuition fees up to £5,100 which will be deducted from the tuition fee and will be tenable for one academic year.

[England] Corporate Scholarships 2010 from The London School of Business & Finance

Deadline: January 29, 2010

LSBF's long-standing Corporate Scholarship is testament to our links with corporate London. Students who have been awarded a Corporate Scholarship, and who meet all other eligibility criteria, may be considered for opportunities to undertake faculty research, consulting projects or work experience placements.

[England] Diversity Scholarships 2010 from The London School of Business & Finance

Deadline: January 29, 2010

The LSBF Diversity Scholarship ensures our students originate from varied backgrounds creating an opportunity to form global corporate networks. Whilst academic achievement is one of the key factors in the process of selection, a broad view of each candidate's focus, life achievements and commitment to contribute to their countries socio-economic development will be considered.