Africa China India Middle East South-East Asia Other non-EU countries (see below)
The Faculty of Biological Sciences offers a number of different scholarships for overseas students paying full overseas rated fees. There are schemes open to students of all nationalities as well as a number of country specific schemes. The schemes are open to new undergraduate and taught postgraduate (Masters) students who commence a programme of study within the Faculty in September 2009..
1. Biological Sciences International Prize Scholarships - £3,000 For 2009 entry there will be two competitive prize scholarships of £3,000 available for outstanding international students; one for undergraduates and one for taught postgraduates. Applicants should normally apply for a programme of study within the Faculty by 30 May 2009.
a) Biological Sciences International Undergraduate Prize Scholarship
How to apply: All applicants will be considered via their UCAS application form. Academic criteria: To be awarded as determined by the Faculty International Scholarships Committee. Renewal of scholarship: For undergraduate study, the scholarship may be renewed for up to a maximum of three years of study subject to satisfactory academic progress. b) Biological Sciences International Masters Prize Scholarship
How to apply: All applicants will be considered via their application to the University. Academic criteria: To be awarded as determined by the Faculty International Scholarships Committee. Renewal of scholarship: There is no renewal of scholarships for the Masters programmes as duration is just one year. 2. Biological Sciences International Scholarships Scheme - £2,000 Scholarships of £2,000 are available to high achieving international students commencing undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree programmes in the Faculty of Biological Sciences. Scholarships are awarded on academic merit.
Undergraduate students: Your application through UCAS will enable us to consider you (subject to the terms of the scheme).
Postgraduate students: Your application to the University will enable us to consider you (subject to the terms of the scheme).
Terms and conditions vary across our different schemes, but the following will apply in all cases. To receive a Faculty of Biological Sciences International Scholarship successful candidates must meet the all following conditions:
commence a programme of study in the Faculty of Biological Sciences in September 2009 and be fully registered on 1st December 2009 be a full-time student paying full overseas rated fees be in receipt of a written scholarship offer from us and fulfil the academic conditions of that offer. Further information about our programmes is available from our overseas offices and Admissions Tutors. Scholarships will be allocated subject to the terms of the scheme.
For undergraduate study, the scholarship may be renewed for up to a maximum of three years subject to satisfactory academic progress. The Faculty of Biological Sciences International Scholarships are not available to students who have other University of Leeds scholarships or bursaries or who have secured alternative external sources of funding e.g. government sponsorship. Only one Faculty of Biological Sciences Scholarship may be awarded per student. The Faculty reserves the right not to award scholarships if candidates do not meet the required criteria.
Students from India, China and South-East Asia should follow the links below for information about country-specific scholarship schemes.
Please follow the links below to find out about Faculty scholarships for students from the following countries;