Regent’s offers five postgraduate scholarships worth £3,000 for students of Indian nationality
Internal / external funding: Internal
Type of funding: Scholarship (September intake only)
Nationality: Republic of India only
Amount: Five awards each worth £3,000 against the chosen programme’s fees
Level of study: Postgraduate
Regent’s University London has a long-standing tradition of welcoming talented students from all over India. Our students from this region have always had a strong entrepreneurial spirit and have graduated from Regent’s fully equipped to join a large multinational, start their own company or join the family business.
In accepting a scholarship from Regent’s University London, you will be required to sign up to our Scholars’ Charter. The Regent’s Scholars’ Charter sets out both the academic standards to which you will need to adhere and details the ambassadorial role you will take in order to positively raise the University’s profile.
This scholarship is awarded through competition.
To enter the competition for the Regent’s University London India Postgraduate Taught Masters Scholarship, you should first meet all of the following criteria:
If you meet the criteria above, please apply by writing a personal statement no longer than 500 words in which you explain the following:
You must submit your application and be holding an offer from Regent’s University London by 17:00 (UK time) on the closing date of 30 June 2017. We will not accept late entries.
Please email your statement to email@example.com, clearly referencing your name and application ID number.
How we judge the competition
The scholarship panel are looking for students with an impressive track record in their academic studies, professional careers or voluntary work. Successful candidates will need to demonstrate considerable promise in representing the University in an ambassadorial capacity at internal and external events. The 500 word essay should be well written, in a voice showing the confidence expected from a Regent’s University London India Postgraduate Taught Masters scholar.