UK based University of York, in collaboration with the British Council India, has announced two GREAT Britain Scholarships-India 2017 worth £6,500 each. The scholarships are available exclusively to Indian students who are applying for any taught MSc programme at the York Management School for the session commencing in September 2017. The application deadline for the scholarship is June 30, 2017.
The scholarships are applicable for all the taught MSc programmes offered by York Management School including MSc Management, MSc Human Resource Management, MSc Management with Business Finance, MSc Accounting and Financial Management, MSc International Business and Strategic Management and MSc Global Marketing. Indian applicants holding an offer of a place on one of these Masters programmes for entry in September 2017 are eligible to apply for the scholarships, which will be issued as a reduction in tuition fees.
The intent behind GREAT Britain Scholarships is to provide the much needed financial assistance to Indian students with the potential and aspiration to study in the UK. University of York’s partnership with the British Council India for these scholarships gives an excellent opportunity to meritorious Indian students to be a part of an institution which is embedded within social science traditions and whose core identity is rooted in a commitment to social responsibility, sustainability and ethical practice.
Promoted in 2006, York Management School has become a leading player in business and management research and research-informed education in the UK in a very short span of time. It is the largest department in the University of York, which is a proud member of the elite Russell Group of Universities and is one of the six post-war universities to have appeared in the world top 100. Through extensive training in a range of qualitative and quantitative research methods, critical thinking, comparative analysis and evaluative skills, the Management School prepares graduates for work in a range of organizational and business contexts and provides a sound foundation for those seeking careers in traditional commercial or business contexts, in entrepreneurship, or in the public sector, or to pursue doctoral researcher academic careers. Moreover, all the degree programmes offered by the school demonstrate a commitment to trans-disciplinary or multidisciplinary approaches. Students also benefit from the school’s extensive links to industry, business and organisations across the private, public and third sectors, including non-governmental organisations (NGOs), charities, social enterprises and civil society.
How to apply for the scholarship: The students are required to submit a 400-word statement on why they are applying for the programme, what special attributes or experience they will bring to the course, why they deserve financial assistance and how they will contribute to society having completed a York Master’s degree. In addition, they are required to provide a one page summary CV containing theiremail address and application number along with it. The scholarship application should be sent in pdf format as an attachment to
Scholarship Application Deadline: June 30, 2017
For more information, please visit https://www.york.ac.uk/management/taught-masters/scholarships/#tab-2Scholarships