Level: Master
Tests needed: IELTS, TOEFL
Tuition: Full coverage
Finaid max: 14500  GBP
Deadline: 4 May 2018
Duration max:  months

The scholarships pay fees up to the Home/EU rate and/or maintenance. For International winners, we will amalgamate the fees and maintenance payments as a substantial contribution to overseas fees.  Payments are scaled pro-rata for part-time students.

Scholarships will be allocated using the following academic criteria:

  • Overall degree average
  • 'Exit velocity' on previous degree courses (how you improved from year to year)
  • Performance in research-based pieces of coursework (e.g. dissertations)
  • Evidence of strong project management skills and an aptitude for time management on independent research projects
  • Academic references.
  • History

Finaid max: 14500  GBP

Quota: 4

Up to four taught masters scholarships are available at a value of £14,500 each (as a full/partial fee waiver and partial cash award where the fees are less than the award).

  • It is generally expected that successful applicants will hold a First Degree at undergraduate level equivalent to at least a UK Upper Second Class Honours degree.  Applicants should either have graduated with the appropriate First Degree or be in their final year of study
  • These awards are open to Home/EU and International students
  • Applicants for all taught MA courses in the School of History and Institute for Medieval Studies are eligible to apply
  • Scholarship holders are expected to reside mainly in Leeds or the region, and to actively contribute to and participate in the intellectual life of the postgraduate community
  • Applicants whose first language is not English must meet the School/IMS’s English Language requirements

You must have done the following by the deadline of 4 May 2018 at 17:00 (UK time)

  • completed the School of History and Institute for Medieval Studies Application form for Taught MA Scholarships
  • copies of transcripts from previous degrees
  • two academic references
  • applied for one of the courses by 4 May 2018 and been offered a place of study by 18 June 2018