Latest scholarship opportunities

Published - July 03, 2016 05:00 pm IST

Sussex India Scholarships The University of Sussex, U.K., is offering scholarships to all overseas students from India admitted for an eligible master’s course in September. Eligibility: Self-financing students who are interested in any master’s programme (such as M.A., M.Sc., LLM. M.Res., excluding few courses) at the University of Sussex. Application: Online only. Prizes and rewards: £3,000 will be awarded. Deadline: August 1 Website:

JM Sethia Merit Scholarship To provide financial assistance to meritorious students belonging to economically weaker sections of society, so that they can complete their education. Eligibility: Class IX to XII, graduation, postgraduation students. Application: Online Prizes and rewards: Total 50 scholarships of Rs. 400 to 700 per month for two to three years. Deadline: July 31 Website:

Charles Wallace India Trust Long-Term Scholarship CWIT offers mid-career practitioners a chance to gain wider exposure in the fields of art and heritage conservation such as visual arts, performance, film industry, photography, design, curating, art history, conservation architecture, landscape, materials, and so on, from the U.K. Eligibility: Graduate, diploma holders or working professionals; aged between 25-38 years. Application: Application to be submitted at any British Council centre in hardcopy. Prizes and rewards: Accommodation expenses, education fees and international air fares for courses prolonging two months to a year, given to 10 candidates. Deadline: November 30 Website:


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