Master’s Scholarship for Students of Developing Countries by Marshal Papworth Fund, UK, 2013

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University of East AngliaMarshal Papworth Fund announces the 2013 Scholarship to encourage rising students to apply. The purpose of the program is to encourage students from developing countries to pursue their master degree program in Agriculture and Rural Development, or Environment and International Development at University of East Anglia in the academic year of 2013/14.

Marshal Papworth Scholarship

Application Deadline: March 15, 2013

University World Ranking: 176 in the world

Affiliations: 1994 Group, ACU, Universities UK

About Employer: The scholarship is funded by Marshal Papworth Fund which was established in memory of Late Marshal Papworth who was a Farmer from Huntingdonshire and Member of the East of England Agricultural Society. The fund provide one-year scholarship to developing countries students to study in UK and return to their country on completion. This award can be taken at University of East Anglia in Norwich, UK.
Curricular Details: The scholarship is provided to international students those who wish to be enrolled in a master degree coursework in fields which are related to agriculture and natural resource. Through this scholarship students can study in Agriculture and Rural Development, or Environment and International Development.

Course Level: The program is open for graduate students to study masters’ coursework.

To be Eligible:

  • This scholarship opportunity is open to students who are citizens of developing country.
  • Students should be engaged with projects that relate to agriculture or natural resource.
  • Applicants must apply to university for Master’s program in either Agriculture and Rural Development, or Environment and International Development and hold an offer for a place.
  • Applicants must pass the School’s English language requirements to be considered to apply.

Program Overview: The university offers about 5 scholarships for students from emerging countries who are in a project related to agriculture. This award will be offered on the basis of excellent academic skills. The value of this scholarship range from £12,000 to £17,000 which is decided by the Marshal Papworth.

University scholarship application: If you think this program can help you meet your goal, you can win it by applying for admission to Masters in eligible fields by the closing date of application which is set to be March 15, 2013. You will automatically be considered for this scholarship once after the school makes an offer to you. Students who are nominated by the school will be sent the appropriate application forms.

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