The Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship in the UK is now accepting applications. This scholarship is open to new full-time and part-time students who are pursuing taught Master’s degrees in any subject. A total of 64 scholarships are available.
Royal Holloway, University of London is one of the top four universities in London and is ranked among the top 25 in the United Kingdom. Each year, the university offers scholarships to attract and welcome new students to the campus.
Royal Holloway’s Masters Scholarship 2023-24 offers selected students better opportunities and advanced postgraduate learning.
- University: Royal Holloway University of London
- Degree Level: Masters
- Student: International Students, Domestic Students
- Host Country: UK
Applicants classified as international fee status should have earned or are predicted to earn a minimum of a 2:1 undergraduate degree or its equivalent, with those holding a First Class degree (where applicable) given preference.
Home fee status candidates should have earned or are expected to earn a First Class degree or equivalent.
The applicant must have the offer to study a taught postgraduate program at Royal Holloway. The evaluation of applications for the Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship considers academic performance to date and the submission of a compelling Scholarship Statement.
The Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship is a tuition fee reduction of £4,000. This reduction is applicable to full-time students for one year of study only. If the duration of the program exceeds one year, no further payments will be made in the subsequent years.
For part-time students, the scholarship amount will be divided into two and awarded as a tuition fee reduction in the first two years of study only.
How to Apply:
To apply for the Royal Holloway Principal’s Masters Scholarship, candidates must submit their applications through RH Direct by 11.59 pm (UK time) on 3 July 2023. Applicants will receive notification of the outcome of their application after 24 July 2023.
Applicants must include a supporting statement of no more than 400 words, which should cover their academic achievements, reasons for pursuing their chosen degree, future aspirations, and how the scholarship will help them achieve their goals. The statement will be evaluated based on the effectiveness and persuasiveness of the responses.
Applications that exceed the word count will be automatically rejected. In addition to the statement, candidates must upload their most recent grades transcript from their undergraduate degree. Any application submitted without an uploaded transcript will be rejected.
The deadline for this scholarship is 3 July 2023.