The scholarship covers full tuition fees to study the Distance Learning MSc Clinical Trials course.
Criteria for the scholarship application:
The MSc Clinical Trials scholarship is available only to a student who is a national (permanently domiciled) of a Low Income country as indicated on: www.worldbank.org
Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
Applicants must also ensure that they satisfy the standard criteria for admission to the MSc Clinical Trials course.
Successful applicants will be required to:
How to Apply:
Those wishing to be considered for the scholarship should complete the MSc Clinical Trials scholarship application form (PDF 82K) and submit it, together with a complete MSc Clinical Trials by Distance Learning application form and the other required supporting documentation, to:
Selection of candidates
Scholarship applications will be considered by a sub-panel of the LSHTM Scholarships Committee.
The successful candidate will be informed in August.
(The MSc course applications of those who are not shortlisted will continue to be processed.)
Postgraduate Admissions Office, University of London External Programme, Stewart House, 32 Russell Square, London WC1B 5DN, United Kingdom.
Deadline for scholarship applications; Applications must be received no later than 27 July.
Enquiries: Kendall Searle, Course Director, MSc Clinical Trials (CT), E-mail: DLScholarship[at]lshtm.ac.uk
For more information see; MSc Clinical Trials by Distance Learning Scholarships, GSK