International PhD Scholarship Scheme: London Metropolitan University (UK) 2018 – 2019
ABOUT THE UNIVERSITY/ SCHOLARSHIP PROVIDER
The London Metropolitan University (informally known as “London Met”) is based in London, England, United Kingdom. It is a public research university that was formed when the London Guildhall University and the University of North London merged in 2002.
The university has roots all the way back to 1848 and is therefore one of the oldest educational institutions in the London area.
The London Metropolitan University has 6 main schools, including the School of:
- Human Sciences
- Social Sciences
- Art, Architecture and Design
- Computing and Digital Media
- Social Professions
- Business and Law
ABOUT THE SCHOLARSHIP
The London Metropolitan University scholarship is for PhD students, it is essentially a research grant to the value of £18,000 (approximately 7,000,000 Nigerian Naira) to part-sponsor towards your tuition fees.
The scholarship will be awarded to either 1 full-time student or 2 part-time students.
The scholarship value will be awarded as follows:
- 1 full-time student will receive £6,000 per annum for 3 years towards their tuition fees for (subject to continuous academic results), OR
- 2 part-time students will receive £3,000 per annum for 3 years towards their tuition fees for (subject to continuous academic results).
FIELDS OF STUDY COVERED
PhD (Doctor of Philosophy)/ MPhil (Master of Philosophy)
Please ensure that you meet these minimum entry criteria before applying:
International or Home/ EU student
NOT currently registered to study towards a postgraduate research degree
HOW TO APPLY
Download the International PhD Scholarship Scheme Application Form (.docx)
Apply by writing a research proposal (3 to 5 pages in length) with 5 to 10 references. Use the International PhD Scholarship Scheme Referee Form (.docx)
Complete application forms and research proposals can be emailed to Ms Doreen Henry at the Research and Postgraduate Office: firstname.lastname@example.org (with the words “Computer Vision” in the email subject).
You will be required to send copies of the following:
- Your national passport
- Fee status questionnaire
- Proof of any previous qualifications
- Proposal outline
- English language qualifications
Read more about the PhD/ MPhil course fees at: http://www.londonmet.ac.uk/courses/postgraduate/2016/research-degree—mphil–phd/
Follow the International PhD Scholarship Scheme Guideline (pdf)
30 June 2018.
For any queries, please contact:
London Metropolitan University: Research and Postgraduate Office
Tel: +44 020 7133 4095 / + 44 020 7133 4288