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Global STEM Leadership Masters Scholarship

Application details

If you have the academic ability, desire and can demonstrate potential to become a future leader in one of the Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects, you can apply for the “Global STEM Leadership” Scholarship Programme.

The scholarship is available to students from the UK and overseas, including from the EU. All School of Science and Technology full-time Master level programmes are eligible for the scholarship.

Scholarships will take the form of a fee-waiver applied against the last payable instalment in any year. In other words, if your scholarship covers 50% of the tuition fee, you are expected to pay 50% of the normal tuition fee upfront with no further payment. If your scholarship covers 75% of the tuition fee, you are expected to pay 25% of the normal tuition fee upfront with no further payment. Scholarships are awarded at the discretion of the Scholarship Panel and all decisions are final. Scholarships are only available to students paying the full fee on one of the participating courses. The scholarship is intended to assist the student to meet the cost of the fee payable in respect of the course and will be deducted from the fees charged to the student or the student's sponsor. The scholarship will not be recorded on the degree certificate from the Institute. However, references for students who have successfully completed the course may refer to the scholarship. All scholarship recipients are required to submit a report at the end of their study reflecting on their experience at City, University of London. This scholarship cannot be used in conjunction with any other funding provided by City, University of London.

Award level


Awarding body

City, University of London

Subject area

Sciences: Pure and Applied,Engineering

Award type

Academic excellence

Number of awards


Gender eligibility


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