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Masters scholarships (2016 entry)

The School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering is offering a number of scholarships to attract the very brightest students from around the world.

The UK government has recently announced a postgraduate loans scheme for UK students providing up to £10,000 a year for Masters study.

The University also offers a number of scholarships, visit the scholarships website to find out more.

Course fees can be found on the specific course pages and payment information is available on our website.

International

Head of School Scholarship (Electronic and Electrical Engineering)

Who is eligible? Any international applicant who has been offered a place on any of the postgraduate masters courses within the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
How are they awarded? This is an automatic scholarship awarded on condition of you achieving the equivalent of a UK first class degree or upper second class degree.
How much are they worth? £3,000
Application deadline None - automatic
Conditions apply Applicants must be self-funding, full time, classified as international for tuition fee purposes and not be in receipt of any other University of Leeds award.

Alumni Bursary

This is a bursary for any former student of the University of Leeds studying for a postgraduate qualification in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Excluding courses that are run in conjunction with other universities. This bursary is open to students who are commencing their studies from September 2013 onwards, the bursary can not be awarded retrospectively. To find out more about the Alumni Bursary, please visit the University's website.
Who is eligible? This is an automatic bursary but you have to inform us and provide evidence that you are a former student of the University of Leeds.
How much is it worth? The University will pay 10% of your fees for each year of the course. If no fees paid then no bursary is awarded.
Application deadline None – automatic. If you think you are eligible you need to contact the relevant admissions team for the course you have applied for.

COLFUTURO - Scholarship Loan Scheme (Colombia)

Who is eligible? Students in Colombia interested in this Joint Graduate Loan-Scholarship Programme.
How are they awarded? Students who hold an academic offer as full-time taught postgraduate with the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds and who are selected as beneficiaries of the Loan-Scholarship Programme of COLFUTURO.
How much are they worth? 20% tuition fee scholarship to all eligible students plus one 50% tuition fee scholarship.
Conditions apply For full details visit the COLFUTURO website or contact Dr Miller Alonso Camargo-Valero.

Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (UAI), Chile

The University of Leeds’ Faculty of Engineering has a formal agreement with the Universidad Adolfo Ibanez in Chile. UAI students, who enrol at Leeds, upon successful completion of their programme of study will be awarded an MSc from the University of Leeds. The Universidad Adolfo Ibanez may accept the credits gained by their students on the UL’s masters programmes towards a UAI’s Degree of Engineering (Titulo de Ingeniero) or Master of Science degree in Engineering (MSc) delivered by UAI’s Faculty of Engineering and Sciences.
Who is eligible? Students who have completed a four-year BSc in Engineering (Licenciatura en Ciencias de la Ingenieria) from the Faculty of Engineering and Sciences at the Universidad Adolfo Ibanez (UAI).
How are they awarded? UAI students who hold an academic offer for a full-time masters programme in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds and who have completed the four-year BSc in Engineering.
How much are they worth? 20% tuition fee scholarship to all eligible students
Conditions apply Applicants must achieve the University of Leeds minimum entry requirements. For programmes requiring a 2.1, the equivalent entry is GPA 5.5/7.0 and for programmes requiring a 2.2, the equivalent entry is GPA 5.0/7.0. They will also be required to obtain the standard programme entry requirements for English Language, i.e. IELTS 6.5 or equivalent. For full details visit the Universidad Adolfo Ibanez website or contact Dr Miller Alonso Camargo-Valero.

Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA)
If you are studying at the Nanjing University of Aeronautics and Astronautics (NUAA) in China our agreement with NUAA provides students with the opportunity to study within the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering for a period of 2 years and through this gain a UK masters qualification. Further information...

Nanjing University of Science and Technology (NUST)
If you are a current MSc student at Nanjing University of Science and Technology you can apply to study within the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering at the University of Leeds for a period of 1 year and through this gain a UK masters qualification. Alternatively, current MSc students at NUST have the option of undertaking a study abroad semester at Leeds. Further information...

Danang University of Technology (Vietnam)
If you are studying at the Danang University of Technology in Vietnam and wish to undertake an MSc within the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering please contact our admissions team as we have an agreement with this university.

CONACYT (Mexico)
The University of Leeds has a formal cooperation agreement with the Mexican Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnologia (CONACYT) which provides reduced tuition fees to CONACYT sponsored students. Leeds has been a CONACYT partner for many years and students can study at both masters and PhD level across a wide range of subject areas. For more information visit the CONACYT website: www.conacyt.mx/index.php/becas-y-posgrados/becas-en-el-extranjero

UK/EU

Head of School Excellence Scholarship

Who is eligible? Any UK/EU applicant who has been offered a place on any of the postgraduate masters courses within the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering.
How are they awarded? This is an automatic scholarship awarded on condition of you achieving the equivalent of a UK first class degree.
How much are they worth? £3,000
Application deadline None - automatic
Conditions apply Applicants must be self-funding, classified as UK/EU for tuition fee purposes and not be in receipt of any other University of Leeds award.

Head of School Scholarship

Who is eligible? You need to meet the full eligibility criteria to apply for this competitive award.
How are they awarded? This is an automatic scholarship awarded on condition of you achieving the equivalent of a UK upper second class degree.
How much is it worth? £2,000
Application deadline None - automatic
Conditions apply Applicants must be self-funding, classified as UK/EU for tuition fee purposes and not be in receipt of any other University of Leeds award.

Alumni Bursary

This is a bursary for any former student of the University of Leeds studying for a postgraduate qualification in the School of Electronic and Electrical Engineering. Excluding courses that are run in conjunction with other universities. This bursary is open to students who are commencing their studies from September 2013 onwards, the bursary can not be awarded retrospectively. To find out more about the Alumni Bursary, please visit the University's website.
Who is eligible? This is an automatic bursary but you have to inform us and provide evidence that you are a former student of the University of Leeds.
How much is it worth? The University will pay 10% of your fees for each year of the course. If no fees paid then no bursary is awarded.
Application deadline None – automatic. If you think you are eligible you need to contact the relevant admissions team for the course you have applied for.

Leeds Masters Scholarships Scheme

The University of Leeds is offering £5,000 Leeds Masters Scholarships for 2016 entry, targeting under-represented groups at postgraduate level.
How much is it worth? £5,000 paid in cash instalments over the duration of an eligible qualification.
Who is eligible? Any masters students who can either evidence an individual, gross taxable income during the 2014/15 tax year of no more than £36,275 (Greater London region) or £22,668 (rest of the UK) or were in receipt of a Maintenance Grant/Special Support Grant/Assembly Learning Grant/Welsh Government Learning Grant/SAAS Bursary for at least one year of their undergraduate studies.
Application deadline Friday 10 June 2016, 5pm.
Conditions apply Applicants must be commencing their masters studies in September 2016, be self-funding, classified as a UK student, and not already hold a Masters degree.
Further information To find out more and apply, visit the Leeds Masters Scholarships webpage.