ICL Stevenson Fund International Scholarship at Imperial College London, UK – 2023

The ICL Stevenson Fund International Scholarship is a prestigious scholarship offered by Imperial College London to international students who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree program in the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Materials. The scholarship is available for the academic year 2023 and is open to students from all countries.

Scholarship Details

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Undergraduate, Postgraduate, or Doctoral

Details of Awards: The scholarship provides a full tuition fee waiver and a generous living allowance for the duration of the course, and is awarded based on academic merit and financial need.

Eligible Area of Studies: The students can apply for undergraduate, postgraduate, master’s research, or doctorate program in Physics, Chemistry, Maths, Life Sciences, and Earth Sciences (Geology), or the Centre for Environmental Policy offered at the Imperial College London.

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Eligibility Criteria for the ICL Stevenson Fund International Scholarship

To apply for the scholarship, students must

  • first apply for admission to a postgraduate degree program in the Faculty of Engineering, Department of Materials at Imperial College London.
  • Once they have received an offer of a place, they can apply for the scholarship online via the college’s scholarships website.
  • be female students.
  • have course-specific entry and academic requirements of the university.
  • submit scores of the following English language proficiency tests: IELTS – 7.0.

Steps to Apply

The application form can be found here: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/about/leadership-and-strategy/provost/vice-provost-education/stevenson-fund/application-process/.
Completed forms should be emailed to vpeducation@imperial.ac.uk.

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