Interested candidates can apply online till March 26
Newcastle University has invited female applicants of South Asia for seven fully-funded scholarship programmes. These scholarships will be supported by the British Council and will be available for female students from India, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka, pursuing master’s studies in the field of climate change.
Interested candidates can apply online for the scholarship till March 26.
The British Council has launched programmes to support women and girls in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) around the world.
These scholarships will cover total tuition fees, monthly stipends, a return economy class ticket and other study-related costs such as IELTS exam fee, visa application, NHS surcharge and study material.
Candidates must have submitted an application to study one of the eligible Newcastle University postgraduate programmes mentioned below:
∙ MSc Environmental Engineering
∙ MSc Renewable Energy, Enterprise and Management
∙ MSc Environmental Consultancy
∙ MRes Environmental Geoscience
∙ MSc Hydrology and Water Management
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Candidates can obtain further details about the scholarship programme from britishcouncil.org.
The scholarship will include 100% of tuition fees up to 15 months and a monthly stipend of GBP 1,116 per month.
To be eligible, aspirants must have a passport and be a permanent resident of one of the six aforementioned countries.
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