Roehampton launches Masters scholarships worth £10,000 each

Final year students from any university due to complete their bachelor’s degree this summer are being encouraged to apply for a postgraduate taught course at Roehampton, which has created 29 master’s scholarships.

Posted: 20 April 2015

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Undergraduates considering a Masters qualification could secure a £10,000 scholarship at Roehampton.

The Roehampton Masters Scholarships, available for taught Masters courses across all ten of the University’s academic departments, are worth £10,000 each. They will pay towards tuition fees, with money remaining being provided as a cash payment towards living costs.

To be considered for one of these scholarships, students will need to hold a conditional or unconditional offer from Roehampton for one of its highly-regarded Masters degrees by the time of application. Applications for the awards close at midnight on 1 August 2015.

Roehampton has an excellent reputation for teaching and an international research profile. Our 10,000 students study alongside our research-active academic staff on the most beautiful campus in London. We have been recently named as the best new university in London for student experience by the Times Higher Education magazine.

More information on applying for the scholarships is available on our dedicated web pages.

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