University of Kent DFID Scholarship
The aim of the University of Kent DFID Scholarship is to assist students, of excellent academic calibre, from developing Commonwealth countries, enabling them to contribute towards the development of their home countries.
The University of Kent welcomes applications from students for this prestigious award. The award covers tuition fees, return airfares and living costs (£767 per month) for the duration of a taught Masters programme at the University of Kent.
Conservation and Tourism
International Finance & Economic Development
International Business Management
International Wildlife Trade & Conservation
Environmental Law and Policy LLM
International Security & The Politics of Terror
Broadband & Mobile Communication Networks
International Conflict Analysis
If you would like to be considered for the DFID scholarship, email: scholarships [at] kent.ac.uk by end of March.
For more information and application, see: University of Kent DFID Scholarship.