The University of Kent is offering the School of Economics Scholarships for outstanding students from lower and lower middle income countries, who are applying for the MSc Development Economics programme in 2020/2021.
The School of Economics at University of Kent
Level/Field(s) of study:
Masters in Development Economics
Number of Scholarships:
Up to 2
Nationals of low and lower middle-income countries.
Up to 2 scholarships will be awarded, with each scholarship is worth up to 50% of the full tuition fee. You should be aware that this scholarship does not cover the full cost of studying at Kent, and that you will need to have additional sources of funding in order to cover your accommodation, travel and living expenses. The School of Economics will pay the difference to the full tuition fee.
All scholarships take the form of a School payment towards tuition fees, and will be paid once the recipient is fully registered at the University of Kent.
Students may be considered for more than 1 scholarship, but they will not be awarded more than 1 (Kent graduates may however be awarded the Graduate School Scholarship in addition, if they are eligible).
The award of this scholarship is conditional upon students accepting a University of Kent School of Economics offer of a place to study on the MSc Development Economics programme for 2020/21. The scholarships are available to outstanding students from low-/lower-middle-income countries, who have secured a scholarship of at least 50% of the full tuition fee through another recognized funder.
Scholarships will be awarded to the best qualified students on a competitive basis.
To apply for the MSc Development Economics Scholarship you need to ensure that you have already submitted an application for a place of study on the MSc Development Economics programme for 2020/21 and have accepted an offer.
It is important to visit the official website (link found below) for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.