Scholarships funded by alumni association
of the Imperial College of London
17 January 2014 by Roy Southil
Subjects: Aeronautics, Bioengineering, Environmental Policy, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computing, Earth Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Life Sciences, Materials, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Physics and Business.
Level: One full PhD studentship and two funded Master’s studentships.
Tenable at: Imperial College London.
Eligibility: Applicants for the scholarships must have received an offer of admission to study on a postgraduate programme (either MSc or PhD) by the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Natural Sciences or by the Imperial College Business School. Candidates should have demonstrable intellectual ability and leadership potential. Candidates should be in need of financial support to undertake their studies. A score of at least 6.5 in IELTS. Demonstrate an intention to return to India within three years of completing the degree at the College. Priority will be given to candidates who have not studied in an institution of higher education outside India.
Value: Full cost of tuition fees at overseas students rate, maintenance allowance equal to Imperial’s minimum stipend allowance, an arrival allowance and free return flight to India for one person.
How to apply: Candidates should apply directly to the College using the standard application process. After completing the application to College, candidates should download and complete the scholarship application form (Word).
Application deadline: For October 2014 entry the deadline is Friday 14 March 2014.
For further information visit: Imperial College London website.
Was the information useful?