Faculty of Health and Life Sciences - (IDEAS)

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The International Dean’s Excellence in Academia Scholarship (IDEAS) is a fantastic opportunity for 4 students applying to the Faculty of Health & Life Sciences to each be awarded a maximum of £3,000. Payments will be £2,000 towards tuition fees, with a further £1,000 being awarded to students who go on to achieve a distinction.

Scholarships are awarded to the 4 highest achieving students who can demonstrate academic excellence in addition to how they aspire to use the knowledge from their chosen programme of study in their future career.

The panel consisting of faculty deans, along with members of the International Office will consider each application on its merits. Only applications made through the application process detailed below will be considered. 

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Before you apply for this scholarship you must have completed an application for a May 2017 or September 2017 course. The scholarship application form will require you to provide your Application ID.

In order to be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be an international fee paying and self-funded student

  • Have been offered a place to study at one of Coventry University’s Faculty of Health & Life Sciences full-time postgraduate courses.

  • Hold at least a 2:1 or equivalent.

How to apply: 

Complete a scholarship application form including a statement of support which should not exceed 500 words prior to the application deadline of 31st March 2017 (for May entry) or 30th June 2017 (for September entry).

The successful recipients of the awards should be prepared to represent Coventry University as a student advocate alongside their studies. They will be required to work with the International Office to provide information which can be included for promotional purposes, including, but not limited to, the regular contribution of material for a blog.

Scholarship value : Up to £3,000

Deadline : 2017-06-30

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