International Business Scholarships at University of Leeds: (Deadline 01 May,2020 )
Applications are open for the Fully Funded Scholarships in the UK at the University of Leeds. The deadline for the scholarship is 1st May 2020. The University is providing scholarships for the Ph.D. degree in the subjects available at the University.
- The University offers two full scholarships in the International Business division to fund exceptional UK/EU and international applicants.
- Additionally, it is looking for students who are highly motivated and committed to research in the international business field.
- During the program, the students will benefit from dedicated supervision and high-quality support to fully develop their potential.
For the Fully Funded Scholarships at the University of Leeds in the UK,
- The candidates should hold a British Masters’s degree (or equivalent degree from an overseas university)
- Or they should hold an equivalent professional qualification, with a minimum average score of 60 percent (or equivalent) and in an appropriate academic discipline.
- Two full-time Ph.D. scholarships for UK/EU/international candidates covering a maintenance stipend.
- Also, UK/EU/international tuition fees for three years, subject to satisfactory progress.
- In order to apply for this scholarship, you should first apply for a place in the Ph.D. program at Leeds University Business School.
- additionally, you should then apply for the scholarship, using the student ID number you received after submitting your Ph.D. application.
- Furthermore, you must have submitted all the relevant documents in support of your Ph.D. application by the scholarship closing date.
- Moreover, if English is not your first language, you must provide evidence that you meet the Leeds University Business School minimum English language requirements before registration. Furthermore, you do not need to have met the requirement at the time you apply.
About the University
- The University of Leeds is a public research university in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England.
- Furthermore, it was established in 1874 as the Yorkshire College of Science.
- In 1884 it merged with the Leeds School of Medicine and was became Yorkshire College.
Visit the official website for further details about the scholarship.