The Queen Mary University of London is working with the Fulbright Commission and furnishing the Fulbright-QMUL Postgraduate Award opportunity in the United Kingdom.
This opportunity is designed for the United States applicants and aims to support their postgraduate studies in any discipline at QMUL.
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Wonderful opportunity for US students to get a master education with full tuition fee and a living stipend for 1 year of study in the UK.
The Queen Mary University of London named after Mary of Teck was admitted to the University of London in 1915. It is a public research university in London, England.
Why at the Queen Mary University of London? At QMUL, the participants have a vibrant environment for study along with the excellent teaching facilities. They will also have many activities as-workshops, events, and others for developing their personality.
- University or Organization: The Fulbright Commission
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Masters
- Award: Full tuition fee and a living stipend
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: One
- Nationality: The United States
- The program can be taken in the United Kingdom
- Application Deadline: 8 October 2019
- Language: English
- Eligible Countries: Applicants from the United States are eligible.
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: Available for pursuing a master’s degree program in any subjects at the university.
- Admissible Criteria: You must not currently study in the UK.
How to Apply
To Apply: Candidates have to apply for the opportunity through the Institute of International Education.
- Supporting Documents: Copies of academic transcripts or certificates, curriculum vitae, and copy of the passport must be submitted.
- Admission Requirements: The participants must hold an undergraduate degree for applying to a master’s degree program.
- Language Requirement: You must have good proficiency in the English language.
The candidates will receive full overseas tuition fees and a generous stipend of c. £15000 which is intended as a contribution towards general maintenance costs (accommodation, travel, subsistence, etc.) while in the UK.