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American International University of London - Richmond College


Queens Road
 
Tel: +44-208-332-9000
Fax: +44-208-332-1596
E-Mail: enroll@richmond.ac.uk
Web: www.richmond.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain business administration, engineering, liberal arts, medicine, sciences
Programmes: United States liberal arts undergraduate B.A. courses in all major fields; pre-professional programmes in medicine, engineering; chiropractic. English language development programmes, and Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in systems engineering and management; non-degree programmes in a variety of subjects.
Open to: secondary-school graduates or currently enrolled university students of all nationalities who meet entrance requirements (GPA of 2.5 United States education system); age usually 17 years or older and also mature students.
Held: at Kensington and Richmond campuses in London (residential accommodation provided at both campuses).
Duration: 1 semester to 4 years (courses begin in September or the third week of January) or two 5-week summer school sessions (mid- May to mid-June; mid-June to mid-July).
Applications: by 1 August for Fall semester, 1 December for Spring semester, 1 April and 1 May for Summer sessions; to the Admissions Office.


Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music


24 Portland Place
 
Tel: +44-20-7636-5400
Fax: +44-20-7637-0234
Tlx: 25489
E-Mail: abrsm@abrsm.ac.uk
Web: www.abrsm.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Associated Board Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Scholarships: Associated Board Scholarships.
Description: eight awards each year, comprising one undergraduate scholarship (normally tenable for four years) and one postgraduate scholarship (normally for one or two years) at each of the four Royal Schools of Music.
Open to: undergraduate candidates will normally be at least 17 years of age by 31 January in the year of entry to a college course. Postgraduates should normally be at least 21 years of age by 31 January in the year of entry.
 
Nationality: candidates must be nationals of a country that is not a member of the European Union; candidates who have been living or studying in the United Kingdom for more than a year immediately preceding 31 January in the year of entry to the course will not be eligible to apply.
 
Academic requirements: candidates must have a standard at least equivalent to a good pass at the Dip.ABRSM (Performing) or Advanced Certificate, in the case of undergraduates, and at the LRSM (Performing), in the case of postgraduates.
Place of study: Royal Schools of Music in the United Kingdom.
Duration: 4 years for undergraduate students; 1 to 2 years for postgraduate studies.
Value: tuition fees, the grant of £3,000 per year towards living expenses paid by instalments and the return fare home on satisfactory completion of the course; students will require additional personal funds for living expenses in the United Kingdom.
Applications: candidates must first apply to the School of their choice for admission in the normal way. At the same time, candidates are requested to register their interest in being considered for an ABRSM International Scholarship by completing and returning a form obtainable from the Board's London office, which will also provide further details about the scholarships; see website for further information: http://www.abrsm.ac.uk/nonukregs%5F02%5F22.html.


Aston University


Aston Triangle
 
Tel: +44-121-359-3611
Fax: +44-121-359-6350
Tlx: 336997 UNIAST G
Web: www.aston.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain business administration, computer science, engineering, European studies, health and hygiene, languages, mathematics, pharmacy and pharmacology, sciences
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes.
Open to: nationals of any country meeting academic, linguistic and financial requirements.
Duration: up to 3 years.
Financial assistance: some available in line with usual rates for postgraduate studentships.
Applications: by 1 June, to the Registrar; see website for further information http://www.aston.ac.uk/international/guide/contents.htm.


Bournemouth University


Kimmeridge House Talbot Campus Fern Barrow
 
Tel: +44-1202-595-470
Fax: +44-1202-595-287
E-Mail: inta@bournemouth.ac.uk
Web: www.bournemouth.ac.uk

 Scholarship: International Scholarship in Journalism
 
  
Study Domain journalism, visual arts
Description: Reham Al-Farra International Scholarship in Journalism for Multimedia Journalism.
Open to: international students (non-EU) who have applied for MA programme in multimedia journalism and who have been offered a place on the programme.
 
Nationality: all nationalities.
 
Academic requirements: academic merit and proficiency in English.
Duration: 1 academic year.
Value: tuition: £3,000.
Applications: 30 July to International Office at the above address.


British Federation of Women Graduates (BFWG)


4 Mandeville Courtyard 142 Battersea Park Road
 
Tel: +44-20-7498-8037
Fax: +44-20-7498-5213
E-Mail: awards@bfwg.demon.co.uk
Web: www.bfwg.org.uk

 Scholarship: Postgraduate Grants and Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain biology, geology, meteorology, radiology
Scholarships: (a) Foundation Grants; (b) Emergency Grants; (c) Theodora Bosanquet Bursary.
Description: (a) to help women graduates with their living expenses (not fees) while registered for study or research at an approved institution of higher education in the United Kingdom. The criteria are the proven needs of the applicant and their academic calibre; (b) to graduate women who face an unforeseeable financial crisis whilst engaged in study or research at institutions of higher education in the United Kingdom.
Open to: graduate women of any nationality (a) registered for study or research at an approved institution of higher education in the United Kingdom; (b) who face an unforeseeable financial crisis while engaged in study or research at institutions of higher education in the United Kingdom; (c) pursuing research studies in history or English literature in London.
Duration: variable.
Value: (a) approximately £2,500; (b) not over £500; offered three times a year in December, March and June; (c) accommodation in a hall of residence for up to 4 weeks between mid-June and mid-September.
Applications: (a) mid-April; (c) 31 October; see website for full details: http://www.bcfgrants.org.uk/PAGES/new_page_1.htm


British Institute of Persian Studies


The British Academy 10 Carlton House Terrace
 
Tel: +44-207-969-5203
Fax: +44-207-969-5401
E-Mail: bips@britac.ac.uk
Web: www.britac.ac.uk/institutes/bips/index.html

 Scholarship: Undergraduate, Graduate Grants and Bursaries
 
  
Study Domain archaeology, arts, cultural studies, history, linguistics, literature and civilization, philosophy, theology, religion, travel grants
Scholarships: Undergraduate and graduate grants and bursaries.
Description: original material on aspects of Iranian culture including the archaeology, arts, history, literature, religion, philosophy and cognate subjects.
Open to: British, European Union and Commonwealth postdoctoral, postgraduate and undergraduate students.
Place of study: within the Islamic Republic of Iran, the United Kingdom, Europe and elsewhere.
Duration: 9 months or academic year.
Value: variable.
Applications: by 1 May, to the Assistant Secretary, at the above address. For further information, see http://www.britac.ac.uk/institutes/bips/awards.html


Cambridge Commonwealth Trust


PO Box 252
 
Tel: +44-122-332-3322
Web: www.cam.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Cambridge Livingstone Trust Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Cambridge Livingstone Trust Scholarships for study in any discipline.
Open to: men and women graduates with a good first degree, who are domiciled, resident, or normally resident in Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia or Zimbabwe; proficiency in English required.
Place of study: University of Cambridge.
Duration: 1 to 3 years.
Value: full-cost, including travel provision (no marriage or child allowance provided).
Applications: by 1 September of the preceding year, to the Trust; application forms available in local universities in May/June of each year.

 Scholarship: Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Cambridge Commonwealth Trust Awards for studies in all major fields.
Open to: students from Commonwealth countries wishing to study at Cambridge; preference will be given to students from developing countries.
Applications: to the above address for further information; see website for further information: http://www.admin.cam.ac.uk/univ/gsprospectus/funding/overseas/index.html

 Scholarship: Cambridge Overseas Trust Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Cambridge Overseas Trust Awards.
Subjects: graduate study in any discipline.
Open to: students from countries outside the Commonwealth to study at Cambridge.
Applications: preliminary applications forms available from local universities, British Embassies and offices of the British Council; applications to the above address by 21 September of the preceding year.


Canterbury Christ Church University College


North Holmes Road
 
Tel: +44-1227-767-700
Fax: +44-1227-786-773
E-Mail: admissions@cant.ac.uk
Web: www.cant.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate study programmes in four major faculties: Arts and Humanities, Business and Sciences, Education,
Applications: see website for full details.


Chester College of Higher Education


Parkgate Road
 
Tel: +44-1244-375-444
Fax: +44-1244-392-820
E-Mail: s.webster@chester.ac.uk
Web: www.chester.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, archaeology, art history, arts, business administration, communication, education, fine arts, languages, literature and civilization, management, nursing, obstetrics and gynaecology, performing arts, physiology, sciences, social sciences, teacher education, theology, religion
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Open to: students meeting academic standards; TOEFL score 550 required.
Duration: 3 to 4 years; courses begin in September.
Fees: tuition fees £6,000-£7,020 per year.
Languages: English.
Applications: by March.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: International Bursaries.
Open to: non-EU students.
Value: £1,000 per year; renewable for up to 3 years on evidence of good progress.
Applications: all students accepted at Chester by 31 July are automatically considered; contact j.millard@chester.ac.uk for further details.


Christie's Education


5 King Street, St. James's
 
Tel: +44-207-747-6800
Fax: +44-207-747-6801
E-Mail: education@christies.edu
Web: www.christies.com/education/overview.asp

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain arts, decorative arts, fine arts
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in fine and decorative arts.
Open to: students from any country meeting academic, financial, and linguistic requirements; should have a serious commitment to study and strong interest the fine and decorative arts; fluent written and spoken English required.
Applications: at the above address; see website for further information: http://www.christies.com/education/london_overview.asp.


Countess of Munster Musical Trust


Wormley Hill
 
Tel: +44-1428-685-427
Fax: +44-1428-685-064
E-Mail: munstertrust@compuserve.com
Web: www.munstertrust.ukgateway.net

 Scholarship: Countess of Munster Grants
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Scholarships: Countess of Munster Grants in music studies.
Open to: citizens of the United Kingdom or nationals of British Commonwealth countries who are singers, instrumentalists or composers; lower age limit 18, upper age limit 28 for male singers and 27 for female singers, 25 for all others; candidates must be available for audition in the United Kingdom.
Place of study: in any country.
Duration: 1 academic year (renewable).
Value: varies according to need.
Applications: by the second full week in February to the Secretary of the Trust at the above address.


Courtauld Institute of Art


Somerset House Strand
 
Tel: +44-20-7848-2777
Fax: +44-20-7848-2410
E-Mail: pgadmissons@courtauld.ac.uk
Web: www.courtauld.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain art history
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's; (b) Master's; (c) Ph.D.; (d) postgraduate art history diploma; (e) postgraduate conservation diplomas.
Description: (a) (b) (c) art history; (d) post-graduate diploma in art history; (e) post-graduate diploma in conservation of easel painting; conservation of wall painting.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic criteria; language proficiency scores required.
Duration: (a) 3 years (b) 1 year (c) 3 years full-time; 7 years part-time (d) postgraduate diploma: 1 year; (e) 3 years.
Fees: (a) (b) (c) tuition fees per year: EU students: £1,100; overseas students: £8,400; living costs: £7,000 per year; (d) tuition fees per year: EU students: £2,870; overseas students: £10,200.
Financial assistance: phone to inquire about graduate and post-graduate financial assistance.
Languages: English.
Applications: (a) contact undergraduate admissions secretary for application details; (b) apply by 17 January to postgraduate admissions: pgadmissions@courtauld.ac.uk; (c) apply to postgraduate admissions; (d) apply by 17 January to postgraduate admissions; (e) apply to postgraduate admissions.


Coventry University


International Office Priory Street
 
Tel: +44-24-7688-7688
Tlx: 93121022 (CPG)
E-Mail: interlink@coventry.ac.uk
Web: www.coventry.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, engineering, international studies, management
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes.
Open to: all nationalities; proficiency in English required.
Held: at Coventry University years 1 and 3, year 2 at the Fire Service College, Bath.
Duration: 3 years; Courses begin in September or October.
Applications: all undergraduate candidates are required to apply through the Universities and Colleges Admission Service (UCAS): a special UCAS application is required in order to secure a place at Coventry University; UCAS application forms are available direct from UCAS at UCAS; P.O. Box 28; Cheltenham Glos.; GL50 3SA; United Kingdom. (This does not apply to students who are taking part in an exchange programme such as SOCRATES-ERASMUS). Postgraduate candidates (Master's level and above) may apply directly to the International Office.


Cranfield University


Registry Cranfield
 
Tel: +44-1234-754-171
Fax: +44-1234-752-462
Tlx: 826838 SILCAM G
E-Mail: international@cranfield.ac.uk
Web: www.cranfield.ac.uk/admin/ido/ido.htm

 Course: Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, development studies, ecology, environment, engineering, geography, information science, management, marketing, rural development
Programmes: Postgraduate Programmes in strategic and applied research, development and design.
Description: courses include advanced engineering: materials; aerospace and avionics; agriculture and environment; automotive engineering; defence; energy and power generation; health and medicine; life sciences; management and leadership; manufacturing; water; offshore technology.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, linguistic, medical and financial requirements; IELTS 6.5 (7.0 for Cranfield School of Management) TOEFL 580 (600 for Cranfield School of Management).
Financial assistance: a number of scholarships are awarded in open competition to international candidates; applications for admission to the University should clearly indicate interest in being considered for financial support. See http://www.cranfield.ac.uk/admin/ido/scholars/scholar.htm


Dr M. Aylwin Cotton Foundation


c/o Albany Trustee Company Limited PO Box 232, Pollet House St. Peter Port
 
Tel: +44-1481-724-136
Fax: +44-1481-710-478
Tlx: 4191190 ARG GY G
E-Mail: info@cotton-foundation.org
Web: www.cotton-foundation.org

 Scholarship: Fellowships / Mediterranean Studies
 
  
Study Domain archaeology, architecture, arts, cultural studies, history
Scholarships: Cotton Foundation Fellowships and Awards for studies in archaeology, architecture, art history, language and art of the Mediterranean.
Open to: candidates engaged in personal academic research, normally showing a level of achievement comparable to a British or an American Ph.D. (although no formal academic qualifications will be necessary); fellowships will not be granted for the furtherance of doctoral research, other than in exceptional circumstances; recipients should not engage in any political activity during tenure of the fellowship.
Place of study: in any country.
Duration: 1 year (scholarships begin in September); renewal occasionally considered.
Value: £10,000 maximum per fellowship per year.
Applications: by 28 February.


Durham University


University Office Old Shire Hall, Old Elvet
 
Tel: +44-191-334-6328
Fax: +44-191-334-6326
E-Mail: international.office@durham.ac.uk
Web: www.dur.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: programme of studies leading to undergraduate and graduate degrees (B.A., B.Sc., M.A., M.Sc., M.Phil., M.Litt. and Ph.D.)
Open to: applicants of all nationalities at least 18 years of age with suitable secondary qualifications for undergraduate courses and with a higher first degree or equivalent professional experience for graduate courses and very good knowledge of English; IELTS 6.5, TOEFL, 573, TWE, 4.5, O-level English.
Duration: undergraduate courses: 3 to 4 years; graduate courses: Master's, 1 year; Ph.D., 3-4 years.
Financial assistance: Some awards available to overseas students.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) Ustinov Scholarships ; (b) Shell Centenary and Shell Centenary Chevening Scholarships ; (c) Doctoral Fellowships.
Open to: (a) applicants paying overseas fee rate, based on academic merit; enrolled in a taught MA or MSc course of one year's duration at the University; IELTS 6.5 or equivalent; sufficient resources to pay all other tuition and living costs while in UK; (b) candidates under 35 years of age; nationals of and resident in a non-OECD country, or the Czech republic, Hungary, Mexico, Poland, the Slovak Republic or Turkey; intending to study a subject that will be of significant value in aiding sustainable development of their home country; outstanding academic ability and possessing a degree equivalent to a first-class honours degree at a British university; not a current or former employee of the Royal Dutch/Shell Group of Companies; fluent in spoken and written English; (c) overseas students who meet the university's entry requirements for doctoral studies; candidates where appropriate should submit an application to the relevant Research Council. All scholarships are merit-based and successful candidates will be informed of their award well in advance of the commencement of the studies.
Duration: duration of the course.
Value: (a) £2,000 tuition reduction; (b) covers tuition, accommodation, maintenance costs and return airfare for the scholarship holder only; (c) £12,000 per year plus a training support grant of £1,000 from an academic department.
Applications: (a) by March, (b) 1 March; (c) please contact the International Office for further information.


Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)


Polaris House North Star Avenue
 
Tel: +44-1793-444-000
Tlx: 449466 SRCOU G
E-Mail: studentships@epsrc.ac.uk
Web: www.epsrc.ac.uk/website/index.aspx

 Scholarship: Studentships for second degree
 
  
Study Domain sciences, technology
Scholarships: Studentships for study leading to a second degree in science and technology.
Open to: candidates ordinarily resident in the United Kingdom throughout the 3-year period preceding the date of application for the award providing the candidate was not so resident during any part of that period wholly or mainly for the purpose of receiving full-time education; European Union nationals may be eligible for fees-only awards under certain circumstances.
Place of study: at any United Kingdom institution acceptable to the Council.
Duration: normally 3 years.
Applications: by 31 July; candidates must be nominated by the head of department of the institution of study.


European School of Economics (ESE)


8/9, Grosvenor Place
 
Tel: +44-20-7245-6148
Fax: +44-20-7245-6164
E-Mail: info@eselondon.ac.uk
Web: www.eselondon.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, administration, advertising, audio-visual media, business, business administration, communication, economic and commercial sciences, economy, finance, industrial relations, industry and commerce, interior design, international business, international relations, management, marketing, political science, public relations, sociology
Programmes: Certificates, Master's degrees in all major fields.
Description: 12 week certificate programmes held in London.
Subjects: marketing; event management; finance.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements; TOEFL 550.
Held: London, Milan, Rome, Lucca, Paris.
Duration: 4 years; summer course, dependent on programme.
Financial assistance: 50% of tuition reduction: see scholarships.
Applications: apply by August to: orientamento@uniese.it or : orientamento.milano@uniese.it.

 Scholarship: Business Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain accounting, business, business administration, economic and commercial sciences, finance, international business, international relations
Scholarships: Business Scholarship.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting high academic standards; good spoken English.
Duration: 3 years for B.A.; total fee for M.B.A.
Value: US$5,000, reduction on fees per academic year, and benefits.
Applications: apply by July to e.mitchell@uniese.it; some late applications accepted in September.


Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation of New York


c/o Professor Michael E. Mallett, 2, Lansdowne Circus Royal Leamington Spa Warwickshire CV32 4SW
 

 Scholarship: Grants for Independent Research on Venetian History and Culture
 
  
Study Domain archaeology, architecture, arts, ecology, environment, economy, history, law, literature and civilization, political science, theology, religion
Scholarships: Grants for Independent Research on Venetian History and Culture.
Description: predoctoral and postdoctoral grants for research In Venice and the Veneto; granted for historical research specifically on Venice and the former Venetian empire, and for study of contemporary Venetian society and culture. Disciplines of the humanities and social sciences are eligible; areas of study, include but are not limited to archaeology, architecture, art, bibliography, economics, history, history of science, law, literature, music, political science, religion, and theatre.
Open to: British or Commonwealth nationals with experience of advanced research and relevant language proficiency.
Place of study: in Venice (Italy).
Duration: up to 1 year depending on needs. Funds are granted for research in Venice and the Veneto only, and for transportation to, from, and within the Veneto. Funds may also be made available for aid in the publication of studies made possible by these funds.
Value: a maximum of US$16,500.
Applications: by 15 December to the above address for any further information.


Goldsmiths College, University of London


Lewisham Way, New Cross
 
Tel: +44-20-7919-7171
Fax: +44-20-7919-7903
E-Mail: International-office@gold.ac.uk
Web: www.goldsmiths.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Open to: new postgraduate taught or research students.
 
Other conditions: attributed on a competitive basis to all new postgraduate students for academic excellence.
Value: tuition: overseas students: £1,000; European Union students: £2,500.
Applications: 15 January to Fees and Awards Officer at the above address; a personal statement must be submitted with application for scholarship.


Harper Adams University College


Newport
 
Tel: +44-1-952-820-280
Fax: +44--952-814-783
E-Mail: admissions@harper-adams.ac.uk
Web: www.harper-adams.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, agronomic sciences, applied sciences, biochemistry, business administration, cattle breeding, ecology, environment, international business, mechanical engineering, recreation and leisure, veterinary sciences, zoology
Subjects: agriculture (with specialisms); animal-related, bioveterinary science and veterinary nursing, business, countryside and environment, engineering and design, food-related, land and estate management, leisure and tourism, international business management.
Fees: tuition: £7,500 - £10,000.
Applications: contact the Admissions Office.

 Scholarship: International Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, agronomic sciences, applied sciences, biochemistry, cattle breeding, ecology, environment, international business, mechanical engineering, recreation and leisure, veterinary sciences, zoology
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting school entry requirements and having secured a place on a course.
Duration: one year only.
Value: by application and up to £1,000.


Heriot-Watt University


Tel: +44-131-449-5111
Fax: +44-131-449-5153
E-Mail: enquiries@hw.ac.uk
Web: www.hw.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Courses
 
  
Study Domain architecture, building industry, chemical industry, civil engineering, community development, distance education, health and hygiene, industrial technology, preventive medicine, psychology, technology, textile industry
Programmes: undergraduate courses in building engineering; architectural engineering, robotics and cybertronics; chemistry with forensic science, sport and exercise sciences, fashion design for industry and applied psychology; graduate courses in petroleum engineering, building engineering and surveying, occupational health and safety; brewing and distilling. Many courses offered through distance in collaboration with other universities.
Financial assistance: financial assistance available for certain nationality groups in the form of loans and grants through governmental organizations such as the US Department of Education for US nationals; CONACYT for Mexican nationals; Chevening Scholarships for Commonwealth nationals, etc. See website for contact details.
Applications: see website for details.

 Scholarship: University Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain architecture, building industry, civil engineering, health and hygiene, industrial technology
Scholarships: (a) Overseas Scholarship Awards Scheme; (b) James Watt Scholarship; (c) Overseas Research Scholarship Awards Scheme.
Open to: candidates from outside European Union.
 
Other conditions: (a) applicants must have an offer of acceptance before applying for scholarship.
Duration: (a) 1 year; (b), (c) 3 years.
Value: (a) partial tuition waiver: £1,200-£3,000 depending on course; (b) living expenses: £10,000; (c) overseas student tuition waiver.
Applications: variable; see website for contact details.


Heriot-Watt University, Edinburgh College of Art (HW)


Lauriston Place
 
Tel: +44-131-451-3877
Fax: +44-131-451-3630
Web: www.hw.ac.uk

 Course: Degree Programmes in Art and Design and Environmental Studies
 
  
Study Domain arts, design, ecology, environment
Programmes: degree courses in art and design and environmental studies.
Open to: candidates of any country.
Duration: 4 years.
Applications: applications to all full-time undergraduate courses are made through UCAS; Rosehill, New Barn Lane, Cheltenham, Glos. GL52 3LZ or telephone 01242 233 707 or e-mail: app.req@ucas.ac.uk.


Institute of Advanced Legal Studies (IALS)


17 Russell Square
 
Tel: +44-20-7862-5800
Fax: +44-20-7862-5850
E-Mail: ials@sas.ac.uk
Web: www.ials.sas.ac.uk

 Course: Research Degree Programmes
 
  
Study Domain law
Programmes: M.Phil, Ph.D.
Open to: candidates of any nationality with good second class degree in law or equivalent experience; IELTS minimum score 7.0 or TOEFL minimum score 625.
Duration: 2 years; courses begin in October.
Fees: tuition fees: £9,200 per year; living costs: £10,800 per year.
Financial assistance: financial assistance not offered.
Applications: apply to administration secretary or contact: david.phillips@sas.ac.uk.


Institute of Commonwealth Studies, University of London


28 Russell Square
 
Tel: +44-20-7862-8844
Fax: +44-20-7862-8820
E-Mail: ics@sas.ac.uk
Web: www.sas.ac.uk/commonwealthstudies

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain development studies, history, international studies, political science
Scholarships: (a) Partial Scholarship; (b) School of Advanced Study Scholarships.
Value: (a) £500-£1,500; (b) living expenses: £8,000.
Applications: 31 May.


Institute of Education, University of London


20 Bedford Way
 
Tel: +44-20-7612-6000
Fax: +44-20-7612-6126
E-Mail: info@ioe.ac.uk
Web: www.ioe.ac.uk

 Course: Graduate Degrees and Teacher Training
 
  
Study Domain continuing education, early childhood education, education, health and hygiene, research, special education, teacher education
Programmes: consult website for further information.

 Scholarship: Research Degrees
 
  
Study Domain education
Scholarships: (a) Institute of Education Research Studentships; (b) Nicholas Hans Comparative Education Scholarships; (c) Overseas Research Studentships (ORS) Awards; (d) Advanced Student Research Fund.
Open to: (b) students not normally resident in the UK; (c) international postgraduate students of outstanding merit and research potential who would have to pay tuition fees at 'overseas rate'; (d) doctoral students in need of additional financing for research work or for conference attendance (who are self-financing or hold scholarships not allowing for conference attendance, with preference to students making a presentation).
Value: (d) £100 for research project; £200 for conference attendance (maximum one grant per student per total period of registration at the Institute.
Applications: to Registry (Research Degrees) at above address; doc.enquiries@ioe.ac.uk


Keele University


Keele
 
Tel: +44-1782-584-345
Fax: +44-1782-632-343
E-Mail: overseas@keele.ac.uk
Web: www.keele.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, computer science, engineering, European studies, music and musicology, sciences
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and postgraduate courses in humanities, social sciences, natural sciences, computational chemistry, European studies, counselling, business administration; Bachelor's (joint honours), taught Master's, research postgraduate degrees (Master's or Doctorates); Postgraduate courses within the following boards of study: (b) optical data recording (M.Sc.); (c) data engineering in computer science (M.Sc.); (d) computing in earth sciences (M.Sc.); (e) digital music technology (M.A./M.Sc.).
Open to: candidates of any nationality; no age limit; (a) undergraduate school-leaving qualification granting university entrance in own country; postgraduate good honours degree or equivalent; for M.B.A. and counselling courses, approved professional qualifications or work experience may be considered in certain circumstances; for European studies, students unable to offer French at A level standard may be admitted to the 4-year degree course if they are able to offer French at GCSE level; (b) graduates with first or second class honours degree; (c) as (b) from any discipline and who are proficient in at least one high-level programming language; (d) applicants will normally have completed a Bachelor's degree in geology, geophysics, environmental science or a combined honours scheme with a significant earth science component; (e) candidates require a first or second class honours degree in either electronics or computer science, or a degree or joint degree in music with significant music technology content; English language classes available.
Duration: (a) undergraduate, 3 to 4 years; postgraduate, 1 year (taught), 1 to 3 years (research) (b) to (e) 1 year.
Applications: all undergraduate students applying for admission to UK universities must apply through the Universities and Colleges Admissions System (UCAS); http://www.ucas.ac.uk; information can be obtained from a local British Council office for advice or through Keele's Undergraduate Division at above address. The institution code for Keele is K12. Graduate students should write to the University at the above address or consult website: www.keele.ac.uk/depts/aa/postgraduate/studyguide2003

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) Overseas Research Students Award Scheme; (b) Chevening Scholarships; (c) Friends and Family Bursaries.
Description: (a) research at postgraduate level; (b) all postgraduate master's courses; (c) all subjects and levels.
Open to: (a) students of outstanding merit and research potential; (b) potential leaders and decision-makers; (c) those recommended by Keele students and graduates.
Duration: (a) 1 to 3 years; (b) 1 year; (c) duration of course to maximum of 3 years.
Value: (a) covers the difference between the tuition fee for a home postgraduate student and the full-cost fee which is charged to overseas students; (b) depends on country; (c) £1,000 per year off tuition fees.
Applications: (a) by end of April; applications forms and further details can be obtained from the Postgraduate Admissions Office, Department of Academic Affairs; (b) for details see: http://www.chevening.org; (c) by 31 July; for details see: http://www.keele.ac.uk


King Alfred's College


Web: www.whac.ac.uk


Lancaster University


Bailrigg
 
Tel: +44-1524-65201
Fax: +44-1524-846-243
Tlx: 65111 Lancul G
E-Mail: intoffice@lancaster.ac.uk
Web: www.lancs.ac.uk/users/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: students of all nationalities with meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements; for graduate students good undergraduate degrees or equivalent qualifications; special courses in English provided.
Financial assistance: a limited number of studentships are available to candidates who have gained admission to the University.
Applications: full-time undergraduate students must apply through UCAS http://www.ucas.ac.uk; contact University undergraduate admissions for further information: ugadmissions@lancaster.ac.uk, fax; +44 1524 846 243; graduate students contact pgadmissions@lancaster.ac.uk, fax; +44 1524 592 065.


Leeds Metropolitan University Faculty of Cultural and Education Studies Carnegie Centre for Physical Education and Sport Studies (LMU)


Beckett Park Campus
 
Tel: +44-113-283-2600
E-Mail: international@lmu.ac.uk
Web: www.lmu.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain physical education
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements: International English Language Testing System (IELTS): band 6 GCSE / GCE 'O' level English: grade C; TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): score of 550, with score of 4.0 in the Test of Written English; Cambridge Certificate of Proficiency in English: grade C; higher education degree in which English language or literature form a substantial part.
Applications: contact international admissions office at above address, also http://www.lmu.ac.uk/internat


Leeds Trinity and All Saints College (TAS)


Brownberrie Lane Horsforth
 
Tel: +44-113-283-7100
Fax: +44-113-283-7200
E-Mail: enquiries@tasc.ac.uk
Web: www.tasc.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Partial Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain business administration
Open to: candidates of all nationalities based on merit.
Duration: 1-3 academic years; renewable.
Value: up to £2,000.
Applications: 1 May; a personal statement indicating academic results, professional experience, etc. is required when applying; see website for further information.


Liverpool Hope University College


Hope Park
 
Tel: +44-151-291-3000
Fax: +44-151-737-3100
E-Mail: compass@hope.ac.uk
Web: www.hope.ac.uk

 Scholarship: University Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain business administration, education, fine arts, humanities and arts, information science, performing arts, social sciences
Duration: 1 year.
Value: full or half tuition.
Applications: by 28 June to International Office at the above address.


Liverpool, John Moores University


Edgerton Court, 2 Rodney Street
 
Tel: +44-151-231-2121
Fax: +44-151-709-0172
Web: www.livjm.ac.uk

 Scholarship: University Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, physical education
Scholarships: (a) Sports Scholarship; (b) International Bursaries.
Open to: (a) talented athletes.
 
Nationality: candidates of all nationalities; specific bursaries for nationals of Pakistan and Malaysia sponsored by their governments.
Duration: (a) 3 academic years; renewable; (b) 1 academic year; non-renewable.
Value: (b) tuition: £1,000.
Applications: (a) to Sports Scholarship Manager; sportsscholarships@livjm.ac.uk; (b) Head of International Recruitment; international@livjm.ac.uk.


London Guildhall University (LGU)


31, Jewry Street
 
Tel: +44-20-7320-3085
Fax: +44-20-7320-3083
E-Mail: intprogs@lgu.ac.uk
Web: www.lgu.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, American studies, applied arts, art history, arts, arts and crafts, design, fine arts, languages
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees in accounting and finance; business studies; art; design; psychology; (b) Master's degrees in international trade; international banking; communication management; international relations; information systems; (c) Ph.D. degrees in various fields; (d) non-degree programmes in jewellery; design; computing; business; aviation, management; tourism management.
Open to: (c) postgraduates with eligible research proposals.
Duration: (a) 3 to 4 years; (b) 1 year; (c) 3 years; (d) 2 years.
Fees: (a); (c); (d) tuition fees £6,920 per year; living costs approx. £650 per month; (b) £7,000-£9,000 per year; living costs £650 per month.
Languages: (a) and (d) TOEFL score 550 required; (b) TOEFL score 580 required.
Applications: (a) and (d) by 30 June; (b) by 31 July; (c) contact jgray@lgu.ac.uk for further details.


London Metropolitan University


Holloway Road
 
Tel: +44-20-7753-3314
Fax: +44-20-7753-5015
E-Mail: international@unl.ac.uk
Web: www.unl.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, administration, architecture, art history, arts, arts and crafts, aviation, aeronautics, biochemistry, business, business administration, cinematography, decorative arts, design, ecology, environment, education, engineering, European studies, fine arts, graphic arts, interior design, languages, liberal arts, mathematics, paramedical studies, pharmacy and pharmacology, photography, sciences, social work, teacher education, telecommunications, tourism, hotel and catering management, transport
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Languages: English.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Graduate Scheme.
Duration: 1 year.
Value: full tuition waiver.
Applications: by 31 May or 30 October; contact scholarship@unl.ac.uk for further information.


London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)


Houghton Street Aldwych
 
Tel: +44-20-7405-7686
Tlx: 24655 LSELON G
Web: www.lse.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain audio-visual media, demography and population studies, economy, European studies, gender studies, mathematics, philosophy, political science, social sciences, summer programmes
Programmes: Bachelor's, taught Master's and postgraduate Diplomas, and opportunities for M.Phil./Ph.D. research, as well as visiting programmes.
Open to: nationals of any country holding a first degree of the University of London at second-class level, or an approved equivalent in another university, with good spoken and written English.
Duration: varies with programme.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance offered; check with Financial Support Office; at the University address; or email financial-support@lse.ac.uk; tel.: + 44 20 7955 7751; fax: + 44 20 7955 7216.
Applications: to the Undergraduate or Graduate Admissions Office at the above address.


Loughborough University


Tel: +44-1509-26-3171
Fax: +44-1509-22-3971
E-Mail: international-office@lboro.ac.uk
Web: www.lboro.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, administration, architecture, art history, arts, aviation, aeronautics, biochemistry, biophysics, book development and production, building industry, business, business administration, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, communication, computer science, criminology, design, ecology, environment, economic and commercial sciences, electricity and electronics, energy, engineering, English, finance, fine arts, geography, human sciences, industrial design, information science, international law, international relations, international studies, library science, management, marketing, mathematics, mechanical engineering, performing arts, physics, political science, psychology, publishing, recreation and leisure, social sciences, teacher education, telecommunications, transport
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Open to: applicants meeting academic standards; TOEFL score 570/230 CBT or IELTS 6.5 required.
Duration: 1 to 3 years.
Languages: English.
Applications: by 31 March for undergraduate studies; end of August for postgraduate studies.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Loughborough University Scholarship.
Open to: students from selected non-EU countries.
Duration: 1 year; renewable for undergraduate research.
Value: £2,000 per year.


Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU)


All Saints Building All Saints
 
Tel: +44-16-1247-1022
Fax: +44-16-1247-6390
E-Mail: intoff@mmu.ac.uk
Web: www.mmu.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees and non-degree programmes (HND) in all major fields. See website for further information.


Middlesex University


International Admissions Office, Trent Park, Bramley Road,
 
Tel: +44-20-8411-4700
Fax: +44-20-8411-5650
Tlx: 8954762
E-Mail: internat@mdx.ac.uk
Web: www.mdx.ac.uk

 Course: Foundation, Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate and Research Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, summer programmes
Programmes: Foundation, Bachelor's, Master's, PhD degrees in all major fields.
Subjects: courses in a wide range of subjects from art to accounting, biological science to business, computing to choreography, English to economics, health sciences to humanities, languages to law and music to management. For a full listing of courses on offer please see www.mdx.ac.uk/subjects. Middlesex University offers two intakes annually, one in September and one in January.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities; strong competence in English language is required for entry to undergraduate and postgraduate courses. For those needing to improve their English language and study skills Middlesex University offers a pre-university preparation course please see www.mdx.ac.uk/subjects/aeifp/mupp.htm
Duration: 1 to 4 years; shorter courses are also available.

 Scholarship: Regional Awards and Scholarships
 
  
Scholarships: A number of regional awards and scholarships are available for international students applying to Middlesex University; for full details please contact our Regional Offices; www.mdx.ac.uk/worldwide.
Value: variable.


Napier University


219 Colinton Road
 

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, human sciences, sciences, technology
Programmes: Degrees, Doctorates, Higher National Diplomas (HND) in humanities, science, technology and professional studies.
Open to: candidates of any nationality, aged over 17; the qualifications required depend on the course; IELTS score 5.5.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance may be possible, check with International Student Support Office, tel: +44 131 455 5111/5191.
Applications: to International Development Unit, at the above address.


National College for Food, Land and Environmental Studies (SAC)


The Education Office FREEPOST Scotland
 
Tel: +44-800-269-453
Tlx: 777400
E-Mail: Recruitment@sac.ac.uk
Web: www.sac.ac.uk/education

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes in Agriculture
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, biology, business, cattle breeding, ecology, environment, food, horticulture, information science, management, veterinary sciences
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in agriculture and animal husbandry; also distance education programmes in general business and management, information and communications technology; specialist courses for rural businesses; online postgraduate courses.
Open to: suitably qualified applicants of any nationality.
Applications: to Academic Registrar at the above address.


Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich (NRI)


Training Support Unit Room Medway Campus
 
Tel: +44-1634-883-019
Fax: +44-1634-880-077
Tlx: 263907/8 LDN G

 Course: Graduate Programmes in Natural Resources Management
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, biology, chemistry, fisheries, microbiology, natural resources
Programmes: M.A., M.Sc., PG.Dip in natural resources management.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting appropriate academic, linguistic and financial requirements. A first degree or equivalent professional qualification, in an appropriate subject and preferably relevant experience in the subject sector. Applicants without formal qualifications may be admitted according to their work experience and responsibilities and subject to an interview.
Applications: to Karen Morris at the above address.


Norwich Jubilee Esperanto Foundation (NJEF)


37 Granville Court
 
Tel: +44-1865-245-509

 Scholarship: Travel Grants
 
  
Study Domain Esperanto
Scholarships: Travel Grants to promote Esperanto as an international language.
Open to: nationals of all countries, under the age of 26, competent in Esperanto and in need of financial help. Non-British awardees must have already arranged to visit the United Kingdom and speak in Esperanto to local clubs and schools.
Duration: up to 1 year.
Value: award covers travelling within the United Kingdom and conference fees; accommodation is provided by local Esperanto societies.
Applications: to the Secretary at the above address. Letters of applications should be in Esperanto, including if possible some details of travel plans, and preferably letters of support from one or two referees.


Oxford Brookes University


Gipsy Lane Campus Hedington
 
Tel: +44-1865-741-111
Web: www.brookes.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and postgraduate studies in all major fields; distance education programmes in many technical fields: (www.brookes.ac.uk/research/odl/index.htm).
Open to: candidates of all nationalities and of any age, qualified for university entrance; English language classes available free of charge.
Duration: 3 years for undergraduates, 1 year for Master's programme; courses begin in September.
Applications: by August, to the International Office, at the above address.


Queen Margaret College


International Office Corstorphine Campus Clerwood Terrace
 
Tel: +44-131-317-3760
Fax: +44-131-317-3256
E-Mail: international@qmuc.ac.uk
Web: www.qmced.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: overseas students who will be requested to produce evidence of oral and written competence in English and provide evidence of their ability to support themselves financially throughout the courses.
Applications: to the above address; see website http://www.qmced.ac.uk/registry/apply.htm


Queen's University of Belfast (QUB)


Admissions Office University Road Northern Ireland
 
Tel: +44-28-9033-5081
Fax: +44-28-9024-7895
Tlx: 74487
Web: www.qub.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Applications: to Admissions Office at the above address.


Robert Gordon University (RGU)


Schoolhill
 
Tel: +44-1224-262-000
Fax: +44-1224-263-000
E-Mail: admissions@rgu.ac.uk
Web: www.rgu.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Partial Scholarship for Overseas Students
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, chemical engineering, economic and commercial sciences, engineering, international business, international law, international relations, international studies
Description: for all major fields EXCEPT MSc in public administration and law; international commercial law, international trade, international information technology law; physiotherapy, asset management, drilling and well engineering; field and well management; oil and gas engineering.
Open to: self-funded, full-time overseas students, paying fees at overseas rate. Candidates must attain the necessary academic qualifications for entry to the course; continue to have satisfactory academic performance for the duration of the course; pay tuition fees due to the university at or by the commencement date of the course and must not incur any unpaid debts to the university during study.
Duration: 1 academic year; renewable.
Value: tuition: £1,000
Applications: to International Office, Corporate Affairs at above address; g.m.h.daly@rgu.ac.uk


Rose Bruford College


Lamorbey Park, Burnt Oak Lane
 
Tel: +44-20-8308-2600
Fax: +44-20-8308-0542
E-Mail: enquiries@bruford.ac.uk
Web: www.bruford.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Tuition Waiver
 
  
Study Domain performing arts
Duration: 1 year; renewable.
Value: tuition waiver of up to 50%.
Applications: June, to above address.


Royal College of Music (RCM)


Prince Consort Road
 
Tel: +44-20-7589-3643
Fax: +44-20-7589-7740
E-Mail: info@rcm.ac.uk
Web: www.rcm.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Programmes: Bachelor of Music (Hons.) and Postgraduate Diploma in Music Performance, Master of Music, Doctor of Music.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities; audition and interview required for MMus.
Duration: 1 to 4 years; courses begin in September.
Fees: tuition fees £13,860 per year; living costs £7,500 per year.
Applications: by 1 October via on-line admissions system. See website for further information.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Scholarships: RCM Scholarships.
Duration: 1 to 4 years.
Value: £4,620-£13,860 per year.
Applications: by 5 October; contact admissions@rcm.ac.uk.


Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL)


Tel: +44-1784-443-399
Fax: +44-1784-471-381
E-Mail: liaison-office@rhul.ac.uk
Web: www.rhul.ac.uk

 Scholarship: University Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) College Overseas Entrance Scholarships; (b) Overseas Research Student Awards Scheme (ORSAS); (c) Thomas Holloway Research Studentships; (d) College Research Studentships; (e) Departmental Assistantships; (f) Alumni Bursary; (g) Royal Holloway Scholarships; (h) various awards and tuition reduction schemes available for international students of specific countries offered by organizations and foundations.
Open to: (a) overseas full-fee paying students wishing to follow full-time taught Master's or doctoral research degree programmes; (b), (c), (d), (e) overseas students for postgraduate research, on the basis of outstanding merit and research potential; (f) alumni, EU or overseas student; (g) new overseas students holding a conditional or unconditional offer (scholarships funded from college sources with participation of the British Chevening Scholarship Scheme); (i) nationals of Argentina, Iran, Pakistan, Brazil, China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Iran, Malaysia, Mexico, Pakistan, Singapore and Venezuela.
 
Other conditions: (i) for Master's students only.
Value: (a) £10,000 allocated at discretion of Board; (b), (c), (d) home rate for international students; (e) living expenses: £3,610; (f) living expenses: £250 UK/EU, £500 overseas students; (g) full tuition and accommodation; return airfare; computer, rail travel around Europe; £9,000 for living expenses; (h) full tuition and living expenses; (i) variable.
Applications: various conditions; see website for details liaison-office@rhul.ac.uk.


Royal Philharmonic Society


10 Stratford Place
 

 Scholarship: RPS Music Awards
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Scholarships: RPS Music Awards
Open to: (a) awarded by competition to a violinist of any nationality who has been resident in the United Kingdom for 3 years, aged under 24; candidates must be sponsored by 2 musicians of standing, other than their teacher; (b) awarded by competition to music students of any nationality domiciled in the United Kingdom, aged between 15 and 25 and sponsored by 2 musicians of standing, other than their teacher; category of instrument varies each time.
Place of study: (a) in the United Kingdom or abroad; (b) abroad only.
Value: (a) £2,000; (b) £12,500 for 2 years.
Applications: for further information and last dates of entry apply to the above address.


Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (RSAMD)


100 Renfrew Street
 
Tel: +44-141-332-4101
Fax: +44-141-332 8901
E-Mail: registry@rsamd.ac.uk
Web: www.rsamd.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Studies
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology, performing arts
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's degrees and postgraduate diplomas in musical studies, Scottish music, acting.
Open to: (a) and (b) students of all nationalities who have completed their secondary education; a limited number of places may be available to students from overseas; (c) fourth-year and postgraduate singers, repetiteurs and one conductor who wish to take advanced training in opera; (d) over 18, selection made by interview at which candidates must be prepared to prove ability to work with hands.
Duration: (a) 3 and 4 (honours) years; (b) 3 years; (c) 1 year (courses begin in the Autumn); (d) 2 years.
Fees: (a) to (d) sessional fee £1,600 per undergraduate course and £2,430 per postgraduate course (for British and EU students); sessional fee £7,125 (for overseas students); application fee £35.
Financial assistance: full details are published each December in the brochure 'Scholarships and Prizes' available from the Director of Finance and Administration.
Applications: (a) and (c) by 15 October and 31 January for the entrance examinations in November and March, to the Registrar; (b) and (d) by 31 March (for examinations held from January to June) to the Registrar, from whom the necessary forms may be obtained.

 Scholarship: Overseas Students' Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology, performing arts
Scholarships: The RSAMD offers a wide variety of scholarships and grant to home and overseas students. These are awarded after a place has been offered. The scope and conditions vary greatly and students are advised to consult the website for full details.


Royal Society


6 Carlton House Terrace
 
Tel: +44-20-7451-2550
Tlx: 917876
E-Mail: iesinfo@royalsoc.ac.uk
Web: www.royalsoc.ac.uk/international/

 Scholarship: Royal Society Grant Schemes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, applied sciences, engineering, mathematics, medicine, natural sciences, research, sciences, technology
Scholarships: overseas exchange visits and awards; travel grants; research appointments and fellowships.
Description: Royal Society is the independent scientific academy of the United Kingdom dedicated to promoting excellence in science. Numerous grants are awarded for research in the areas of the natural sciences including mathematics, engineering, medicine, the scientific research aspects of psychology, archaeology, geography and the history of science. Awards are not granted in the areas of the humanities, social sciences or clinical medical research.
Open to: scientists must be of Ph.D. or equivalent status. Fellowship applicants may be in the final stages of a Ph.D., but the degree must be confirmed by the proposed start date. Specific eligibility requirements exist for certain schemes especially in relation to nationality and country of residence; see website for details of individual schemes.
Place of study: variable.
Applications: to the above address.


Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA)


8 John Adam Street
 
Tel: +44-20-7930-5115
E-Mail: general@rsa.org.uk
Web: www.rsa.org.uk/sda

 Scholarship: RSA Student Design Awards
 
  
Study Domain graphic arts, industrial design, textile industry
Scholarships: RSA Student Design Awards.
Open to: full-time, part-time or evening-class students who have studied in the United Kingdom for at least one full term at an art, architectural, technical or other school or college, or in certain cases people already working in industry, aged not less than 17 years; candidates must intend to take up design as a career; awards are primarily to enable recipients to broaden their knowledge and experience abroad and to provide valuable work experience.
Place of study: for travel abroad and industrial attachments.
Value: variable.
Applications: to the above address.


Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE)


22, 24 George Street
 
Tel: +44-131-240-5000
Fax: +44-131-240-5024
Web: www.royalsoced.org.uk/rse.htm

 Scholarship: Research Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain engineering
Scholarships: The Royal Society of Edinburgh administers various Research Fellowship schemes: (a) John Moyes Lessells Travel Scholarships; (b) Lloyds TSB Foundation for Scotland; (c) PPARC Enterprise Fellowships; (d) Scottish Enterprise Fellowships; (e) CRF European Visiting Research Fellowships; (f) Teaching Fellowships; (g) Auber Bequest Awards; (h) BP Research Fellowships.
Description: (a) for Honours Graduates in all forms of engineering from Scottish Universities, who wish to study some aspect of their profession outside the United Kingdom; (b) for all aspects of the ageing process eg. the medical, psychological, sociological and economic consequences of old age and the research proposed must aim at improving the quality of life; (c) to exploit research and technological development undertaken within the United Kingdom astronomy and particle physics programme. The Fellowships provide a unique opportunity for researchers to spend a year gaining business training whilst developing the commercialisation of their existing research; (d) for research in the humanities in Scotland which aims to establish a two-way flow of scholars between Scotland and Continental Europe. Eight CRF European Visiting Research Fellowships will be awarded each year, normally four in each direction, and they will be for visits of between two and six months' duration; (e) aim is to support and stimulate teachers and enhance the transfer of ideas from commercial and research organisations to the world of education; (f) for furtherance of academic research in any the branches of the RSE; (g) are tenable for three years in Scottish Higher Education Institutions, for independent research in: Mechanical Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Control Engineering, Solid State Sciences, Information Technology, Geological Sciences, Chemistry (non-biological).
Open to: (a) honours graduates from Scottish higher education institutions; (g) over 60 years of age, naturalized British citizens or desire to acquire British nationality, reside in Scotland or England, be bona fide scholars engaged in academic research (but not industrial research (h) 35 years of age or under.
Place of study: (a) outside the United Kingdom; (c) held in any Higher Education Institution in the United Kingdom (HEI); (h) Scottish Higher Education Institutions.
Duration: 1 year (possible renewal for second year).
Value: variable, see website for details; http://www.ma.hw.ac.uk/RSE
Applications: by 31 January, to the Research Fellowships Secretary at the above address.


Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI)


41 Botolph Lane
 
Tel: +44-20-7929-9494
Fax: +44-20-7929-9490
Web: www.rtpi.org.uk/about-the-rtpi/awards

 Scholarship: George Pepler International Award
 
  
Study Domain urbanism
Scholarships: The George Pepler Award in town planning or a particular aspect of planning.
Open to: nationals of any country who wish to visit the United Kingdom or, being resident in the United Kingdom, desire to travel abroad for the study of town planning; age under 30; each applicant must submit to a panel of assessors, appointed by the council of the Institute, a statement showing the nature of proposed study, with itinerary of proposed travel and any further information required by the council.
Place of study: in any country.
Duration: a short period of up to 6 weeks.
Applications: to the Secretary at the above address.


Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama (RWCMD)


Castle Grounds Cathays Park
 
Tel: +44-29-2034-2854
Fax: +44-29-2039-1304
E-Mail: info@rwcmd.ac.uk
Web: www.rwcmd.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology, performing arts
Programmes: (a) Bachelor's degrees (Hons.) in music; (b) Postgraduate Diploma in music; (c) Master's degree in music performance; (d) Postgraduate Diploma in drama; (e) Bachelor's degrees (Hons.) in drama.
Open to: (b) students over 21 with first university degree and high musical proficiency in main instrument; (d) graduates or people over the age of 21 with appropriate experience; (e) students over 18 with secondary school certificate or equivalent; (a) (b) audition; TOEFL score 510 or IELTS 6.5 required; (d) (e) audition; TOEFL score 500-550 or minimum IELTS score of 6.5.
Duration: (a) 4 years; courses begin 22 September; (b) 1-1/2 year; (c) 1 to 2 years; (d) 1 year; courses begin in September; (e) 3 years; courses begin in September.
Fees: (a) tuition fees £9,583; living costs £5,500; (b) (c) tuition fees £9,683; living costs £5,500; (d) tuition fees £3,550-£3,860 for EU students; £9,683 for international students; (e) tuition fees £1,125 for EU students; £9,683 for international students.
Applications: (d) by 30 April to Drama Admissions Officer; contact drama.admissions@rwcmd.ac.uk for further information.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Scholarships: Entrance Scholarship.
Duration: first year only; contact music.admissions@rwcmd.ac.uk for further details.
Value: £1,000.
Applications: see website: http://www.rwcmd.ac.uk/unique_experience/international_students.asp


Saint Stephen's House


16 Marston Street
 
Tel: +44-1865-247-874
Fax: +44-1865-794-338
E-Mail: jeremy.sheehy@ox.ac.uk
Web: www.ststephenshouse.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain theology, religion
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's degrees in theology.
Duration: variable; courses begin in September.


Scottish College of Textiles


Netherdale
 
Tel: +44-1896-753-351
Fax: +44-1896-758-965
Web: www.hw.ac.uk/sbc/SOTWeb/index.html

 Course: Degree Programmes in Textile Design
 
  
Study Domain accounting, administration, chemistry, computer science, design, management, marketing, sciences, textile industry
Programmes: Degree programmes in textile design and marketing.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Applications: to the Admissions Office at the above address.


Sheffield Hallam University (SHU)


International Office Room 5130, Level 1 Surrey Building City Campus, Pond Street
 
Tel: +44-114-225-3880
Fax: +44-114-225-4768
Tlx: 54680 SHPOLY G
E-Mail: international@shu.ac.uk
Web: www.shu.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Applications: to the above address.


South Bank University (SBU)


103 Borough Road
 
Tel: +44-207-8157-815
Web: www.sbu.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain accounting, administration, architecture, building industry, business, business administration, civil engineering, development studies, electricity and electronics, engineering, English, European studies, food, food industry, industrial design, international business, international studies, law, management, marketing, mechanical engineering, public relations, publishing, radiology, telecommunications, tourism, hotel and catering management, urbanism
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's degrees and Postgraduate Diplomas in all major fields.


Staffordshire University


The International Office College Road
 
Tel: +44-1782-292-718
Fax: +44-1782-292-796
Web: www.staffs.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: suitably qualified candidates of all nationalities. All students must show sufficient command of spoken and written English to meet the demands of the course (IELTS 6.0 or TOEFL 550 minimum); support services and facilities available to assist international students.
Fees: standard undergraduate overseas tuition fee package £6,700, standard postgraduate overseas tuition fee package £7,200.
Financial assistance: scholarships are available for law, social sciences and arts (reduction in fees); details on application.
Applications: to the above address.


Stranmillis University College


Stranmillis Road
 
Tel: +44-28-9038-1271
Fax: +44-28-9066-4423
Web: www.stran.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate Studies
 
  
Study Domain arts, early childhood education, teacher education
Programmes: Bachelor's degrees in teacher education, health and leisure studies.


The Surrey Institute of Art & Design, University College


Falkner Road
 
Tel: +44-1252-722-441
Fax: +44-1252-892-624
E-Mail: registry@surrart.ac.uk
Web: www.surrart.ac.uk

 Scholarship: MA Bursary
 
  
Study Domain fine arts
Duration: 1 academic year.
Value: tuition waiver: £2,940.
Applications: by 31 July to Registry Services at above address; contact: registry@surrart.ac.uk.


Trinity College of Music


King Charles Court Old Royal Naval College
 
Tel: +44-20-8305-3888
Fax: +44-20-8305-3999
E-Mail: info@tcm.ac.uk
Web: www.trinitycollegeofmusiclondon.co.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Postgraduate Programmes - Music Studies
 
  
Study Domain music and musicology
Programmes: (a) programme of studies leading to: B.Mus. (Hons.); Performance: M.Mus. Performance; Postgraduate Diploma; Postgraduate Advanced Diploma; (b) non-degree programmes: individualized programmes of study: foundation programme (pre-undergraduate level); professional development courses (musical theatre writing programme).
Open to: students of all nationalities, based on live auditions and qualifying entrance and language examinations.
Duration: from 1 to 4 years according to programme.
Fees: tuition fees for European Union students: undergraduates: £1,100; full-time postgraduates: £4,350; part-time postgraduates: £2,450; for overseas students: full-time programmes: £10,000; part-time postgraduates: £5,500. Examination fees: write to Admissions officer for further information.
Financial assistance: some scholarships provided for postgraduate study based on merit. All postgraduate students are automatically considered. Hardship grant/loan possible.


University College Chester


Parkgate Road
 
Tel: +44-1244-375-444
Fax: +44-1244-392-820
E-Mail: international@chester.ac.uk
Web: www.chester.ac.uk

 Scholarship: International Students' Bursaries
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Open to: all full-fee paying international students enrolled at university..
Duration: maximum 3 years; renewable once.
Value: tuition waiver: 1,000£.
Applications: 31 July; dates may vary from year to year; see website for full details: www.chester.ac.uk/international.


University College London (UCL)


Gower Street
 
Tel: +44-20-7679-2000
Web: www.ucl.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes / Architectural Studies
 
  
Study Domain architecture, building industry, computer science, design, development studies, engineering, interior design, management, urbanism, vocational training
Programmes: Undergraduate and postgraduate courses in architecture, construction management, environmental design, development planning and building; B.Sc., Master's, M.Phil., Ph.D. degrees as well as Diploma courses and Short Courses available.
Open to: applicants of all nationalities, a high level of competence in both spoken and written English is required.
Duration: B.Sc., 3 years full-time; postgraduate courses 1 to 2 years full-time (although may be available on a part-time basis); full and part-time short courses and diploma courses also offered.
Fees: enquire with the Undergraduate and Postgraduate Clerk for updated fee information.
Financial assistance: overseas students should contact a local office of the British Council for information on possible scholarships; University College London also offers some scholarships for overseas students.
Applications: by 1 March in the year of intended study, at the above address.

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain arts, chemistry, laboratory techniques, metallurgy, museology and museography, physical education, summer programmes, visual arts, vocational training
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: nationals of any country; good knowledge of English essential.
Applications: admission to undergraduate degree programmes at UCL should be submitted through UCAS (the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) and not directly to UCL.

 Scholarship: Ramsay Memorial Fellowships / Chemical Research
 
  
Study Domain chemistry, research
Scholarships: Ramsay Memorial Fellowships for chemical research.
Open to: nationals of Commonwealth countries who have graduated with distinction in chemistry from any university in a Commonwealth country; in exceptional cases the Trustees may award the fellowship to a candidate with academic distinction obtained in a country outside the Commonwealth; upper age limit 35; recipient will be expected to have held a Ph.D. for at least 1 year and to be capable of initiating a programme of original research.
Place of study: at a university, university college or other place of higher education in the United Kingdom or (exceptionally) elsewhere.
Duration: 2 years.
Value: stipend normally in step with lower part of lecturer scale for British universities, depending on qualifications and experience, with one increment for the second year and an expenses grant of £100 per year; superannuation on Universities' Superannuation Scheme (USS) or similar basis may be arranged; under this, the Fellow contributes 6.35% of his salary and the Trustees meet the employer's contribution.
Applications: by 15 November, to the Joint Honorary Secretaries, at the above address.


University College Northampton (UCN)


Park Campus, Boughton Green Road
 
Tel: +44-1604-735500
Fax: +44-1604-710703
E-Mail: international@northampton.ac.uk
Web: www.northampton.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain administration, agriculture, applied arts, art history, arts, biology, building industry, business, business administration, design, education, engineering, European studies, fine arts, forestry, graphic arts, health and hygiene, industrial design, languages, liberal arts, management, mathematics, mechanical engineering, social work, teacher education, tourism, hotel and catering management
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees and Higher National Diplomas (HND) in all major fields.
Open to: applicants meeting academic requirements.
Fees: variable; living costs £100 per week.
Applications: by August; contact sheila.jackson@northampton.ac.uk for further details.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: UCN International Student Scholarship.
Open to: awarded on academic merit.
Value: up to 30% of tuition fees per year.
Applications: by end August; contact sheila.jackson@northampton.ac.uk for further information.


University College of Wales


The International Liaison Officer Development and External Affairs Office 9 Laura Place
 
Tel: +44-1970-622-366
Fax: +44-1970-622-063
E-Mail: sxl@aber.ac.uk
Web: www.aber.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, information science, law
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; distance education programmes in information science and environmental law.
Fees: undergraduate students classified as overseas students in 2001-2002: Arts £7,000, Science £9,276, Joint Arts + Science courses £8,138.
Applications: through UCAS.


University College Winchester


Sparkford Road
 
Tel: +44-1962-841-515
Fax: +44-1962-879-033
Web: www.winchester.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Winton Bursary
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Open to: non-European Union candidates.
Duration: 1 academic year; renewable.
Value: tuition waiver: £1,000.
Applications: by 14 June to International Admissions at above address; contact: clare.mullins@whac.ac.uk.


University of Aberdeen


King's College
 
Tel: +44-12-2427-2090
Fax: +44-12-2427-2576
Tlx: 73458 UNIABN G
E-Mail: sras@abdn.ac.uk
Web: www.abdn.ac.uk/sras

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate and Postgraduate Studies
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate, graduate and postgraduate studies in all major fields.
Financial assistance: some scholarships may be available from various university departments. See website http://www.abdn.ac.uk/sras/international/funding.shtml for further information.


University of Abertay Dundee


Bell Street
 
Tel: +44-13-8230-8080
Fax: +44-13-8230-8081
E-Mail: iro@abertay.ac.uk
Web: www.abertay.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain administration, biology, building industry, business, civil engineering, communication, computer science, criminology, cultural studies, ecology, environment, electricity and electronics, food, genetics, home economics, international law, law, management, marketing, metallurgy, recreation and leisure, social sciences, sociology, tourism, hotel and catering management
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's and Doctor's degrees in a range of areas, including business, computing sciences, engineering and social sciences.
Open to: students of all nationalities with suitable qualifications in addition to English language proficiency.

 Scholarship: Overseas Student Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Overseas Student Scholarships in various fields of study.
Open to: students from China, India, Pakistan, Malaysia, South Africa and North America who apply for courses at the University of Abertay Dundee.
Value: £1,000 towards tuition fees per year of course.
Applications: by 30 June to the International Recruitment Office.


University of Birmingham (UOB)


The International Office
 
Tel: +44-121-414-3694/ 7167
Fax: +44-121-414-3850
Tlx: 333762 UOBHAM G
E-Mail: international-scholarships@bham.ac.uk
Web: www.international.bham.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's degrees in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance available; see www.marketing.bham.ac.uk/international/scholarships.htm.
Applications: as early as possible, to the Admissions Office, at the above address.

 Scholarship: Financial Aid Awards
 
  
Study Domain humanities and arts, sciences, social sciences
Scholarships: (a) International Office Postgraduate Taught Master's Scholarship for International Students; (b) Queen Elizabeth II Scholarships; (c) International Foundation Programme (IFP) Scholarships for International Students; (d) Hong Kong Postgraduate Scholarships; (e) International Office Undergraduate Scholarship for International Students.
Open to: a) candidates from Canada, Chile, Ghana, Indonesia, India, Iran, Japan, Jordan, Kenya, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Russian Federation, Taiwan (China), Thailand, Turkey, USA, Vietnam; (b) graduates of the Universitas 21 community (see website); (c) students outside the European Union, on the Social Science, Humanities and Arts Foundation Programme (one award only) and to students on the Science Foundation Programme (one award only); (d) candidates from Hong Kong (two awards); (e) candidates from India, Mauritius, Sri Lanka, Maldives, Singapore, Vietnam, Hong Kong (China), West Africa.
 
Other conditions: students in all programmes should be classified as 'overseas student' for fee purposes or be able to fund the remaining costs of studies from other sources; (a) be accepted to a place to study on a taught Master's degree programme; (b) be in final year of a Bachelor's programme at a partner Universitas 21 or have graduated from such an institution within the last five years; (d) have resided in Hong Kong for seven years prior to application; be holders of a Hon Kong tertiary education degree by admissions date; provide satisfactory evidence of English language written and spoken proficiency; no previous study period in the United Kingdom.
Duration: (a), (b), (d) 1 year; (c), (e) up to 3 years; not renewable.
Value: (a), (b), (d) £5,000; (c) £8,300 for social sciences, humanities, arts foundation award; £10,700 for science award; annually; (e) £3,000
Applications: (a), (b), (c) 31 May; (b), (d) 30 April.


University of Bradford


International Office
 
Tel: +44-1274-235-954 / 233-080
Fax: +44-1274-235-953
Tlx: 51309 UNIBFD G
E-Mail: international-office@bradford.ac.uk
Web: www.brad.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Description: courses of study at following schools: School of Archaeological and Environmental Sciences; School of Engineering, Design and Technology; School of Health Studies; School of Informatics; School of Life Sciences; School of Lifelong Education and Development - includes distance studies for part-time undergraduate opportunities; School of Management; School of Social and International Studies.
Open to: candidates meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Fees: estimated total cost of a year's study, including tuition fees approximately £15,000.
Financial assistance: up to 20 scholarships are offered on a competitive basis to self-financing international students from outside the European Union; approximately half of the tuition fee of most courses (less than half the fee of the MBA). Application forms will be issued automatically to candidates who have firmly accepted an offer of a place at Bradford.
Applications: to the Director, International Office at the above address.


University of Brighton


Mithras House Lewes Road
 
Tel: +44-127-360-0900
E-Mail: intrel@brighton.ac.uk
Web: www.brighton.ac.uk

 Scholarship: International Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Open to: all overseas students.
Value: tuition waiver of £3,000.
Applications: 30 June.


University of Bristol


Senate House
 
Tel: +44-117-928-7678
Fax: +44-117-925-1424
Tlx: 445938 BSUNIV G
E-Mail: orlo@bris.ac.uk
Web: www.bris.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, English, summer programmes
Programmes: (a) postgraduate certificate in: education (PGCE); (b) Master's in: education; counselling; information and library management; education, technology and society; advanced diploma in education; (c) Ph.D. programmes.
Open to: (a) non-native speakers of English who have graduated from a secondary/high school; achieved an IECTS score of 4.0/4.5 (TOEFL 420/110); able to provide sufficient financial guarantee for the duration of the programme; (b) holders of honours degree from U.K. university or equivalent; (c) holders of a master's degree from U.K. university or equivalent.
Duration: (a) 1 academic year; (b) 1 academic year; (c) 3 to 5 years depending on programme.
Fees: (a) £6,650; (b) and (c) consult university for fees.
Applications: http://www.bris.ac.uk/Depts/LangCent

 Scholarship: Postgraduate Research Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) Postgraduate Research Scholarships (offered as funds permit); (b) various individual funds: consult website.
Subjects: any offered at the University.
Open to: graduates, men or women, of any university or degree-awarding body, holding a good first degree in the appropriate field.
Duration: (a) normally 3 years.
Value: (a) maintenance award equivalent to the basic rate paid by United Kingdom Research Councils, plus home tuition fees.
Applications: by 1 May, to the appropriate Faculty Office.


University of Buckingham


Hunter Street
 
Tel: +44-1280-822-245
Fax: +44-1280-814-080
E-Mail: info@buckingham.ac.uk
Web: www.buck.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.
Description: courses in accounting and financial management, business studies, international hotel management, business studies with tourism, economics, law, biological science, psychology, modern history, English literature, English language and literature for speakers of other languages, history of art and heritage management, politics, business studies, computer science.
Open to: suitably qualified international applicants.
Duration: 2 years for most courses.
Applications: through UCAS or directly to the address above; see http://www.buck.ac.uk/study/apply/index.html


University of Cambridge


Tel: +44-1223-337-733
Web: www.cam.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields and a limited number of distance programmes available.
Description: The University of Cambridge is made up of 31 Colleges. Most Colleges admit students in all subjects, with a few exceptions. The university offers a wide range of arts, social science, medicine, science and engineering disciplines; for full details consult www.cam.ac.uk/admissions.
Open to: anyone over the age of 18 wishing to engage in a period of study at university level and who meets academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Duration: variable.
Applications: to the Cambridge Admissions Office (undergraduate) or the Board of Graduate Studies (postgraduate).

 Scholarship: Cambridge Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Cambridge Scholarships; Gates Cambridge Trust; Commonwealth and Overseas Trusts.
Description: the university offers a number of scholarships and awards available for overseas students; see website: www.cam.ac.uk/admissions for further information.
Open to: candidates who have successfully gained a place at the university; additional criteria may apply to specific awards.
Value: variable; see website for full details.
Applications: variable, depending on the award; see website for full information.


University of Dundee


The International Office Admissions and Student Recruitment Service
 
Tel: +44-1382-348-111
Fax: +44-1382-345-500
Tlx: 9312110826 DU G
E-Mail: international@dundee.ac.uk
Web: www.dundee.ac.uk/admissions/ug/interstu.htm

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: First degrees, Master's degrees, Doctor's degrees, diplomas in most subjects; distance education programmes.
Open to: students of all nationalities and ages; intensive English language course; pre-university English courses.
Applications: to International Student Office; for distance education: www.dundee.ac.uk/prospectus/distlearning.

 Scholarship: Scholarships / Studentships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, applied sciences, arts, dentistry, ecology, environment, engineering, law, medicine, sciences, social sciences
Scholarships: (a) University of Dundee Research Studentships; (b) Overseas Scholarships /Overseas Research Student Award.
Description: (a) medicine, dentistry, science, law, engineering and applied science, arts and social sciences (including education), environmental studies; (b) most postgraduate studies.
Open to: (a) nationals of all countries; candidates must hold first-class or upper second-class honours degree, or equivalent; (b) postgraduate overseas students from the United Kingdom and European Union; proficiency in English required (TOEFL score 580 or IELTS score 6.5).
Duration: (a) 1 year in first instance (renewable for up to a total of 3 years); (b) 1 to 3 years (renewable subject to good performance).
Value: (a) variable; (b) £1,400-£2,000 per year.
Applications: to the International Office at the above address.


University of East Anglia (UEA)


International Office
 
Tel: +44-1603-593-280
Fax: +44-1603-458-596
E-Mail: intl.office@uea.ac.uk
Web: www.uea.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of any country meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Applications: to above address.

 Scholarship: International Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain archaeology, history, research
Scholarships: International Scholarships
Open to: several scholarships offered through the University with varying eligibility criteria, depending on nationality, studies, etc. See website for full details.
Applications: to the International Office.


University of East London (UEL)


Longbridge Road
 
Tel: +44-20-8223-2805
Web: www.uel.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: First degree, certificate diploma and postgraduate courses in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of any nationality, normally over 18 years of age with standard qualifications (European baccalaureate, British A-levels or equivalent).
Duration: 2, 3 and 4 years.
Applications: by the end of December in the year preceding the start of the course, to the Registrar; late applications will be accepted.


University of Edinburgh


The International Office 57 George Square Edinburgh EH8 9JU
 
Tel: +44 131 668 4565
Tlx: 727442 UNIVED G
E-Mail: Enquiries.International@ed.ac.uk
Web: www.ed.ac.uk/internat


University of Edinburgh


Old College South Bridge
 
Tel: +44-131-650-1000
Fax: +44-131-650-2147
E-Mail: international@ed.ac.uk
Web: www.ed.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Programmes of undergraduate and postgraduate study in arts, divinity, law, music, medicine, nursing, science and applied sciences, social sciences, veterinary studies.
Open to: suitably qualified candidates of all nationalities; facilities available for handicapped.
Duration: 3 or 4 years (undergraduate); 1, 2 or 3 years (postgraduate).
Fees: variable according to subject of study.
Financial assistance: some postgraduate research studentships available; for scholarship/bursary information consult www.scholarships.ed.ac.uk.
Applications: by 15 January to UCAS (undergraduate); by 31 March, to the International Office (postgraduate); for Medicine or Veterinary Medicine, between 1 September and 15 October.


University of Essex


Wivenhoe Park
 
Tel: +44-1206-873-333
Web: www.essex.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate and Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, linguistic and financial requirements; TOEFL 540-600 PBT/200-250 CBT.
Applications: to the above address.

 Scholarship: Graduate Studies Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) University of Essex Overseas Research Studentships; (b) University of Essex Postgraduate Scholarships.
Open to: (a) any student undertaking research for a higher degree at the University of Essex; TOEFL 540 or IELTS 6.0 required for non-native English speakers; (b) candidates of all nationalities.
Duration: (a) throughout period of full-time research for higher degree; (b) up to 3 academic years.
Value: (a) tuition fees at home/EU rate, and possibly a maintenance award in return for limited teaching duties; (b) variable from £2,000-£6,000 per year for fees or maintenance.
Applications: (a) by May, to relevant department of the University; (b) variable; contact the Graduate Admissions Office at gschool@essex.ac.uk see website for details.


University of Exeter


Northcote House The Queen's Drive
 
Tel: +44-1392-263-405
Fax: +44-1392-263-039
Tlx: 42894 EXUNIV G
E-Mail: intoff@exeter.ac.uk
Web: www.ex.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities, meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Fees: from £7,000 to £13,000 depending on programme chosen.
Applications: to International Office at above address.

 Scholarship: Exeter International Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain computer science, engineering, law, mathematics
Scholarships: various scholarships for international students.
Open to: students pursuing studies in the School of Engineering and Computer Sciences and the School of Mathematics; the School of Law for students from Malaysia and Singapore.
Applications: see full details: http://www.ex.ac.uk/scholarships/intscholarships.htm


University of Glasgow


Tel: +44-141-330-6150
Fax: +44-141-330-4045
Tlx: 777070 UNIGLA
Web: www.gla.ac.uk/sras/ug/international.html

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Diploma and degree courses available at undergraduate and postgraduate level in all fields of study;
Open to: suitably qualified candidates of all nationalities.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance possible; contact International Office for information.
Applications: all undergraduate admissions are handled by the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). There is no means of direct application. Contact the Office for International Programmes, at the above address.


University of Leeds


International Office Leeds LS2 9JT
 
Tel: +44 113 343 4023
Fax: +44 113 343 4056
Tlx: 556473 UNILDS G
E-Mail: international@leeds.ac.uk
Web: www.leeds.ac.uk/students/international/index.htm


University of Leeds


EC Stoner Building
 
Tel: +44-113-243-1751
Fax: +44-113-244-3923
E-Mail: enquiry@leeds.ac.uk
Web: www.leeds.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: suitably qualified candidates.
Financial assistance: some awards available to overseas students.
Applications: to the International Office for all further information.

 Scholarship: University Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: The University has an extensive portfolio of scholarships which is available for both taught and research postgraduates. In addition, individual university departments offer scholarships of all kinds. Substantial numbers of scholarships funded by the United Kingdom research council are available for postgraduate study at Leeds for United Kingdom and E.U. students, as well as funding from charitable and commercial organizations, such as the Tetley and Lupton Scholarships and the Chevening Awards.
Applications: further information is available from the Scholarships Office, at the above address; email: scholarships@leeds.ac.uk; http://www.leeds.ac.uk/students/funding/international_students_grants.htm.


University of Leicester


University Road Leicester LE1 7RH
 
Tel: +44 116 252 2296
Fax: +44 116 252 5127
E-Mail: international.office@le.ac.uk
Web: www.le.ac.uk


University of Leicester


University Road
 
Tel: +44-1162-522-522
Fax: +44-1162-522-200
E-Mail: admissions@le.ac.uk
Web: www.le.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, genetics
Programmes: Undergraduate, Master's and research programmes. Many postgraduate courses are offered by distance learning.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic qualifications.

 Scholarship: University Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: University of Leicester Open Scholarships.
Open to: new international students who have applied to and been made an offer of a place on a full-time degree.
Duration: up to 3 years, depending on course.
Value: tuition waiver of £3,000.
Applications: by 30 April to International Office at the above address; international.office@le.ac.uk.


University of Liverpool


Tel: +44-151-794-2000
Fax: +44-151-708-6502
E-Mail: irro@liv.ac.uk
Web: www.liv.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, anatomy, archaeology, architecture, art history, aviation, aeronautics, business administration, classical studies, dentistry, education, engineering, European studies, international business, international law, languages, linguistics, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and pharmacology, sciences, sociology, surgery, telecommunications, veterinary sciences
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in all major fields.
Open to: students with appropriate qualifications; IELTS 6.0 + required.
Duration: variable; courses begin in September.
Fees: tuition fees £7,500-£10,000 per year; living costs £5,000-£7,000.
Applications: contact n.pearson@liv.ac.uk for further information.


University of London


Senate House Malet Street
 
Tel: +44-20-7862-8000
E-Mail: enquiries@eisa.lon.ac.uk
Web: www.lon.ac.uk

 Course: General Information
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: the University of London, the United Kingdom's largest university, is a federation of Colleges and Institutes which together provide great choice of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes (both full and part-time), continuing professional development and advanced research. All programmes and courses offered can't be listed. Please address your enquiries about courses and applications for admission directly to the appropriate Colleges and Institutes indicated on the website.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain architecture, classical studies
Scholarships: Please refer to the website for scholarship information.


University of London, Birkbeck College


Malet Street, Bloomsbury
 
Tel: +44-20-7631-6390
Fax: +44-20-7631-6270
E-Mail: admissions@bbk.ac.uk
Web: www.bbk.ac.uk

 Scholarship: Research Studentships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Description: A limited number of research studentships are offered across the range of subjects offered by Birkbeck College and available to support doctoral students.
Open to: students of all nationalities accepted for a research degree at Birkbeck College.
Duration: 1 year; renewable.
Value: full or partial tuition fees and/or maintenance fees.
Applications: no formal deadline, but candidates are encouraged to apply well before the start of the academic year; contact the relevant school administrator; email: studentships@bbk.ac.uk; web: http://www.bbk.ac.uk/reg/studenships.html#college.


University of London, School of Advanced Studies Institute of Historical Research


Senate House, Malet Street
 
Tel: +44-20-7862-8740
Fax: +44-20-7862-8745
Web: www.sas.ac.uk

 Scholarship: History Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain history
Scholarships: (a) Royal Historical Society Fellowship; (b) Past and Present Postdoctoral Fellowship; (c) IHR Mellon Dissertation Fellowships; (d) IHR Mellon Pre-Dissertation Fellowships; (e) Economic History Society Fellowships.
Subjects: medieval, early modern, modern history; (c), (d) general humanities; (e) economic, social.
Open to: (a) candidates of all nationalities; students must have completed at least two full-time years of their doctoral programme; (b) all nationalities; (c), (d) all nationalities; doctoral students registered at a USA or Canadian university; (e) all nationalities; students should hold a degree at or from a UK university.
 
Other conditions: (b) PhD must be submitted by October of the academic year in which fellowship is held; it must also be the first paid postdoctoral award held by the candidate; (c) fellowship is to be used to study at British Archives as part of dissertation; (d) students wishing to examine the feasibility of their dissertation proposal in British Archives; (e) may be postgraduate or postdoctoral in economic/social history.
Duration: (a), (b), (c), (e): 1 year, non-renewable; (d) 2 months.
Value: maintenance: (a) £10,000; (b) £16,000; (c) US$20,000; (d) US$3,000; (e) £12,000.
Applications: generally by: (a) 1 March; (b) 15 April; (c), (d) 17 January; 1 April; dates change yearly, check website.


University of London, School of Pharmacy


29-39 Brunswick Square
 
Tel: +44-20-7753-5800
Fax: +44-20-7278-0622
E-Mail: registry@ulsop.ac.uk
Web: www.ulsop.ac.uk

 Scholarship: University Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain pharmacy and pharmacology
Scholarships: (a) Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme; (b) Overseas Research Student Awards Scheme (ORSAS).
Open to: (a) nationals of a developing Commonwealth country; must not have lived or undertaken studies lasting one year or more in a developed country; (b) non-EU students with first-class honours degree in a related subject or equivalent.
Duration: (a) 1 year only; (b) 3 years, subject to satisfactory progress.
Value: (a) full tuition, living expenses and return airfare; (b) difference between home and overseas rate of tuition fees.
Applications: (a) May; (b) January; to Department for International Development, School of Pharmacy; see website for full details and contacts.


University of London, Warburg Institute


Woburn Square
 
Tel: +44-20-7862-8949
Fax: +44-20-7862-8955
E-Mail: warburg@sas.ac.uk
Web: www.sas.ac.uk/warburg

 Scholarship: Doctoral and Postdoctoral Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain European studies, history, humanities and arts, literature and civilization, philosophy
Open to: European scholars.
 
Age limit Min: under 35 years of age.
 
Academic requirements: candidates must have completed at least 1 year's research on doctoral dissertation or have a doctoral degree.
Place of study: at the Warburg Institute.
Duration: 2 to 4 months.
Value: living expenses: £1,850-£3,500 (depending on length of stay).
Applications: 1 December, to the above address; information on the fellowship programme is published in October annually.


University of Luton


Park Square
 
Tel: +44-1582-734-111
Fax: +44-1582-743-400
E-Mail: enquiries@luton.ac.uk
Web: www.luton.ac.uk

 Scholarship: International Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: undergraduate, postgraduate and sub-degree programmes.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities qualifying for university entry.
 
Age limit Min: 18 years
Duration: from 1 to 3 years; renewable.
Value: variable; covers both tuition and living expenses.
Applications: by 31 July; application form may be downloaded from website; contact Scholarships, External Affairs at above address for further information.


University of Manchester


The International Office Beyer Building, Oxford Road
 
Tel: +44-161-275-2196
Fax: +44-161-275-2058
E-Mail: international.unit@man.ac.uk
Web: www.man.ac.uk/international/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, development studies, education, English, management
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes; M.Ed. in Teaching of English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL); Master's programmes in management and development studies.
Held: TESOL at Centre for English Language Studies in Education; development studies at Institute for Development Policy and Management.
Applications: enquire at above address.

 Scholarship: Graduate Overseas Studentships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, research
Scholarships: Overseas Research Studentships (ORS); University Research Studentships.
Open to: to international candidates with a conditional offer on a graduate research programme, not a taught programme and hold, or expecting to receive, a first-class Honours degree, or equivalent.
Applications: application forms, returnable by the end of April, are available from the Research and Graduate Support Unit, University of Manchester, Christie Building, Manchester M13 9PL; http://www.man.ac.uk/study/pgrad/osawards.html


University of Newcastle upon Tyne


6 Kensington Terrace
 
Tel: +44-191-222-8152
Fax: +44-191-222-5212
Tlx: 53654 UNINEW G
E-Mail: international.office@ncl.ac.uk
Web: www.ncl.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, architecture, arts, biology, business, engineering, law, medicine, sciences, social sciences, urbanism
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in several fields.
Open to: candidates from any country with a good first degree, or equivalent professional qualification, in architecture, building, building economics, civil engineering, technology, planning or other approved field associated with the built environment; some practical experience is desirable.
Duration: (a) 2 years; (b), (c), (d) and (g) 1 year; (e) and (f) 15 weeks (1 semester); (h) 3 years; (courses begin for (a) and (b) in October and February; for (c), (d) and (e) in October; (f) in February; (g) and (h) at any time throughout the year).
Financial assistance: British Council's local office will supply information on British Council awards for these courses; financial assistance is possible from foundations and international organizations.
Applications: throughout the year, to the Registrar.

 Scholarship: Postgraduate Awards
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) International Research Scholarships (IRS); (b) International Taught Postgraduate Scholarships (ITPS); (c) International Postgraduate Scholarships (IPS); (d) International Alumni Scholarships (IAS); (e) International Family Scholarships (IFS).
Open to: well-qualified graduate students.
Value: variable.
Applications: for further information: Scholarships Officer, 10 Kensington Terrace, Newcastle NE1 7RU, United Kingdom; international.office@ncl.ac.uk


University of Northumbria at Newcastle


Ellison Place
 
Tel: +44-191-232-6002
Fax: +44-191-227-4017
Tlx: 53519 NEWPOL G
Web: www.unn.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, applied arts, business, English, social sciences, summer programmes
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities, aged over 18 with secondary-school leaving certificate.
Applications: undergraduate applications, through UCAS. For further information on this process, contact the International Office; for most postgraduate taught courses, applications can be made direct using the University's Application Form which can be obtained from the International Office.


University of Nottingham


International Office University Park
 
Tel: +44-115-951-5151
Fax: +44-115-951-3666
Tlx: 37346 UNINOT G
Web: www.nottingham.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, biology, development studies, research, urbanism
Programmes: Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; environmental planning programme offered at Institute of Urban Planning; B.Sc. programme in biological sciences offered at School of Biological Sciences.
Open to: all nationalities with A-levels or equivalent school leaving certificates; proficiency in English is essential (550 TOEFL or 6.0 IELTS).
Financial assistance: financial assistance in the form of partial tuition waivers; studentships, etc. For further information contact the Scholarship Assistant at the above address; tel.: +44 115 846 6344; fax: +44 115 951 5155; email: scholarship-enquiries@nottingham.ac.uk; website: http://www.nottingham.ac.uk/international/prospective/scholarships


University of Oxford


University Offices Wellington Square
 
Tel: +44-1865-270-105
Fax: +44-1865-270-077
E-Mail: International.Office@admin.ox.ac.uk
Web: www.admin.ox.ac.uk/io/admissions.shtml

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; distance education programmes http://www.online.ox.ac.uk
Description: the University consists of 39 official Colleges and six Permanent Private Halls, each of which select its own undergraduate students, provide accommodation, meals, common rooms, libraries, sports and social facilities, and pastoral care for those students and are responsible for tutorial teaching and welfare of their students.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Applications: closing date of 15 October for both Oxford and UCAS application forms; see http://www.admissions.ox.ac.uk/apply

 Scholarship: Oxford Bursaries
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: (a) Clarendon Fund Bursaries; (b) Rhodes Scholarships.
Description: several scholarships offered yearly for international students, including specific schemes for Western Europe, Central/Eastern Europe, China (including Hong Kong), India, Japan, Pakistan, the countries of the Arab League, and developing countries; approximately 300 students yearly receive University scholarships or bursaries funded fully or in part by outside donors.
Subjects: unrestricted.
Open to: overseas graduates who have been accepted by the University of Oxford.
Place of study: Oxford.
Applications: enquire at the above address or by email: information.officer@admin.ox.ac.uk; http://www.ox.ac.uk/aboutoxford/links.shtml

 Scholarship: Mrs J H McKeown Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain sciences
Scholarships: Mrs J H McKeown Scholarship (Trinity College)
Open to: one undergraduate or postgraduate candidate at a time; liable for overseas fees (not resident or European Union) for a full course of study; preference given to candidates wishing to pursue courses in natural sciences.
Value: all university and college fees.
Applications: by 15 November; awards to be announced in January; forms to be requested from the Academic Administrator, Trinity College, Oxford OX1 3BH; email: admissions@trinity.ox.ac.uk. Candidates are required to have applied for a place at Oxford through UCAS and to have completed an Oxford Application Form, obtainable from the Oxford Colleges Admissions Office; website: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions.


University of Oxford, St Antony's College


Tel: +44-1865-274-496
Fax: +44-1865-274-526
Web: www.sant.ox.ac.uk

 Course: Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain business administration, history, international relations, law, political science
Programmes: Master's, Ph.D. degrees in international relations, economics, politics and history of Europe, Russia and the former Soviet states, the Middle East, Africa, Japan, China, South and South East Asia and Latin America.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain anthropology, economy, history, international relations, political science, sociology
Scholarships: Overseas Scholarships.
Open to: overseas graduates accepted by University of Oxford and Saint Antony's College to read for a higher degree in any subjects in which the college specializes.
Duration: 2 to 3 years.
Applications: variable; contact Graduate Admissions Office at the above address; email polly.friedhoff@st-antonys.oxford.ac.uk; see website for further information.


University of Oxford, Trinity College


Oxford OX1 3BH
 
Tel: +44-1865-279-881
Fax: +44-1865-279-911
E-Mail: admissions@trinity.ox.ac.uk
Web: www.trinity.ox.ac.uk/

 Scholarship: Mrs J H McKeown Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain earth science, ecology, environment, sciences
Scholarships: undergraduate, postgraduate scholarship for studies in natural sciences.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities, but preferably Canadian, who would be liable for overseas (not home/EU) fees and wishing to pursue a full course of study leading to an undergraduate degree in the natural sciences.
 
Nationality: preferably Canadian.
Value: covers all University and College fees.
Applications: by 15 November 2003 on forms obtainable from the Academic Administrator, at the above address; email: admissions@trinity.ox.ac.uk. Candidates are required to have applied for a place at Oxford through UCAS and to have completed an Oxford Application Form, obtainable from the Oxford Colleges Admissions Office; website: http://www.ox.ac.uk/admissions.


University of Plymouth


International Office Drake Circus
 
Tel: +44-1752-233-345
Fax: +44-1752-232-014
E-Mail: international@plymouth.ac.uk
Web: www.plym.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Programmes of study leading to undergraduate and postgraduate degrees as well as the Higher National Diploma (HND) and research programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of any nationality with suitable qualifications and command of English.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance available for graduate students in the form of Overseas Research Student (ORS) Award for tuition reduction; contact the International Office for further information.
Applications: undergraduate students through UCAS; enquiries line: +44 1242 227788; website: http://www.ucas.ac.uk; graduate students to the Registrar at the above address.


University of Reading


Whiteknights Park PO Box 217
 
Tel: +44-118-987-5123
Fax: +44-118-931-4404
Web: www.reading.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, agriculture, European studies, international studies
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; (b) M.A. courses in international studies offered by the Graduate School of European and International Studies; (c) Master's programmes in agricultural extension and rural development offered by the Agricultural Extension and Rural Development Department (AERDD).
Description: (b) courses include European studies; International studies; International security studies; international relations; Euro-Mediterranean studies; (c) courses include education and training for agricultural and rural development; participatory forest management and extension; rural social development; television/video for development.
Open to: (a) candidates of any nationality and age, meeting academic, financial and linguistic criteria; (b) possessing a good second-class Bachelor's degree or equivalent; (c) specialists, professionals, planners, managers in respective fields.
Duration: (b) 9 months (12 months for courses with research training); (c) 12 months (3 university terms), courses start in October.
Financial assistance: available especially for postgraduate studies; see http://www.rdg.ac.uk/Studentships
Applications: (a) made through Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) for direct entry to undergraduate (first degree) courses http://www.rdg.ac.uk/International/undergraduate.htm; graduate students: directly to the University, preferably before 1 June for entry to courses commencing in October, together with two confidential academic references and a certified academic transcript; http://www.rdg.ac.uk/International/master_courses.htm


University of Southampton School of Research and Graduate Studies


Highfield
 
Tel: +44-23-8059-4741
Fax: +44-23-8059-3037
E-Mail: prospeng@soton.ac.uk
Web: www.soton.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. and New Route Ph.D. Programmes.
Description: New Route Ph.D. is a 4-year programme consisting of 2 years of instruction and 2 years of research.
Open to: all nationalities meeting academic standards: language proficiency required for studies in most fields approximately IELTS 6.5/TOEFL 600 (computer based TOEFL 250).
Duration: varies according to studies; courses begin in October.
Applications: by 30 June for undergraduates; no deadline for postgraduates, however, early applications are advisable.

 Scholarship: University Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain computer science, electricity and electronics, engineering, management, mathematics, research, sciences
Scholarships: (a) Undergraduate scholarships; (b) Graduate scholarships.
Open to: international students; contact respective faculties for further information: undergraduate studies: Faculty of Law (undergrad.law@soton.ac.uk); Faculty of Mathematical Studies (enquiry@maths.soton.ac.uk); Faculty of Science: (gwm1@soton.ac.uk); graduate studies: Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science: (shw2@soton.ac.uk); School of Engineering Science: (P.A.W.@soton.ac.uk); School of Management: (mgtmail2@soton.ac.uk); Optoelectronics Research Centre: (es@orc.soton.ac.uk).
Applications: at above address or email addresses of each faculty.


University of St Andrews


The International Office Butts Wynd - St Andrews
 
Tel: +44-334-463-323
Fax: +44-1334-463-330
E-Mail: IntOff@st-andrews.ac.uk
Web: www.st-and.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance possible.
Applications: for most international undergraduate students through UCAS; for further information contact International Office at the above address or http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/services/admissions/UGOSAA.htm


University of Strathclyde


Richmond Street
 
Tel: +44-141-522-4400
Web: www.strath.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain languages
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; (b) programme in Celtic studies; (c) courses in prosthetics and orthotics offered by the National Centre for Training and Education in Prosthetics and Orthotics.
Open to: (a), (b) candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements; (c) undergraduate courses: all school leavers; postgraduate courses: graduates with a degree in prosthetics and orthotics or a related subject.
Held: (b) collaborative agreement with the University of Aberdeen and Trinity College, Dublin; (c) National Centre for Training and Education in Prosthetics and Orthotics; Curran Building; 131 St James's Road; Glasgow G4 OLS.
Applications: all applications for undergraduate study are handled via UCAS; contact the above address for further information; (c) for further information: contact-prosthetics@strath.ac.uk; website: http://www.strath.ac.uk/prosthetics; tel.: +44 141 552 4400; +44 141 552 1283.

 Scholarship: Graduate Fellowships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, research
Scholarships: (a) University Postgraduate Studentships; (b) British Gas/University of Strathclyde/Foreign and Commonwealth Office Scholarships; (c) Arts and Social Sciences Graduate Studentship.
Subjects: (a) any field; (b) engineering, applied sciences and business administration; (c) arts and social sciences.
Open to: (a) students from all countries holding a university degree, on recommendation of Head of Department in which they study; preference will be given to candidates undertaking research; (b) nationals of Malaysia, India, Pakistan, Indonesia, Bangladesh and Turkey, to study in the United Kingdom before beginning or resuming their careers in their own countries; (c) North American postgraduate students.
Duration: 1 year (may be renewable).
Value: (a) maintenance allowance of £4,125 per year; (b) covers placement, return travel to the United Kingdom, tuition fees, living expenses, allowances for books and pre-course. English language tuition if required; (c) £2,000.
Applications: (a) through Head of Department concerned; (b) by 31 January, on applications forms available from the Registry-General in December; (c) to above address.


University of Sunderland


Centre for International Education North Sands Business Centre Liberty Way
 
Tel: +44-191-515-2648
Fax: +44-191-515-2960
E-Mail: international@sunderland.ac.uk
Web: my.sunderland.ac.uk/web/services/cie//ahome

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Programmes: Full-time postgraduate research and taught courses, full-time and sandwich first degree and BTEC HND courses, in all major fields.
Open to: candidates of all nationalities; undergraduate courses: aged 18 and over at the commencement of the course, with the appropriate entry qualifications; direct entry to the second or third year of the course is possible. English language tuition available; postgraduate and research courses are open to those holding a good degree; proficiency in English required (IELTS 6, TOEFL 560).
Held: University of Sunderland Schools of Arts, Design and Communications; Business; Computing and Information Systems; Education; Engineering and Advanced Technology; Environment; Health Sciences; and Social and International Studies.
Duration: full-time first degree, 3 years; sandwich first degree, 4 years; full-time BTEC HND, 2 years; sandwich BTEC HND, 3 years; full-time Master's degree, 1 or 2 years; Ph.D., 5 years.
Financial assistance: international scholarship awards.
Applications: for all first degree (excluding PGCE courses) and BTEC HNC/D courses: to UCAS, P.O. Box 67, Cheltenham, Glos., GL50 3AP; for PGCE courses: GTTR, P.O. Box 239, Cheltenham, Glos., GL50 3SL; for Social Work: directly to SWAS; Research courses contact Research Section, University of Sunderland; for overseas enquiries: Unit 4C, Technology Park, Chester Road, Sunderland SR2 7PS; students are encouraged to apply as early as possible.

 Scholarship: Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, education, sciences
Scholarships: (a) Partial Tuition Fee Scholarships; (b) Yvonne Steward-Smith Scholarship; (c) Mick Higgins Scholarship; (d) Full Country Scholarship.
Description: (a) undergraduate studies; (b) Master's degree in education; (c) Master's degree in scientific subjects; (d) Master's degree only.
Duration: (a) 3 academic years; (b), (c), (d), 1 year.
Value: (a) partial tuition waiver: £1,500; (b), (c) £7,900-£8,100; (d) £7,900-£9,400.
Applications: (b), (c) (d) by 31 May; to Corporate and Recruitment Services.


University of Surrey


Tel: +44-1483-689-305
Fax: +44-1483-689-525
E-Mail: international@surrey.ac.uk
Web: www.surrey.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain aerospace, applied sciences, audio-visual media, biochemistry, biology, biophysics, business, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, communication, computer science, cultural studies, dietetics, distance education, economic and commercial sciences, electricity and electronics, engineering, European studies, food, food industry, French, German, human sciences, humanities and arts, international studies, interpretation and translation, languages, law, management, mathematics, mechanical engineering, medicine, microbiology, music and musicology, nursing, nutrition, performing arts, physics, political science, psychology, Russian, sciences, social sciences, sociology, statistics, summer programmes, Swedish, technology, telecommunications, tourism, hotel and catering management
Description: Bachelors and Foundation Course (Science and Engineering only)
Open to: students of all nationalities meeting academic requirements; TOEFL score 550, paper-based test or 213 computer-based test or IELTS 6.0 required. Course requirements may vary, contact the university for further details.
 
Nationality: candidates of all nationalities
 
Academic requirements: variable for each course; contact the University for full details.
Duration: undergraduate: 3 - 4 years; courses begin in September
Fees: tuition: £8,000-£10,500 per year; living costs approximately £5,000 per year.
Applications: through UCAS by 30 June; contact international@surrey.ac.uk for full details.

 Course: Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain aerospace, applied sciences, audio-visual media, biochemistry, business, business administration, chemical engineering, chemistry, civil engineering, communication, computer science, criminology, cultural studies, dietetics, distance education, economic and commercial sciences, electricity and electronics, energy, engineering, European studies, finance, food industry, French, German, human sciences, humanities and arts, information science, international business, international studies, interpretation and translation, languages, linguistics, management, management of human resources, marketing, mathematics, mechanical engineering, microbiology, music and musicology, nursing, nutrition, performing arts, pharmacy and pharmacology, physics, psychology, research, Russian, sciences, sociology, space, statistics, summer programmes, Swedish, telecommunications, tourism, hotel and catering management, trade
Programmes: postgraduate studies; taught and research.
Open to: students meeting academic requirements: TOEFL score 550 on paper-based test or 213 on computer-based test or IELTS 6.0 required; course requirements may vary, contact the university for further details.
 
Nationality: candidates of all nationalities.
 
Academic requirements: variable; applicants should normally have a good honours degree or equivalent in a related subject. Contact the University for specific course details.
Duration: postgraduate taught programmes: 1 year: postgraduate research programmes: minimum 3 years; courses begin in September.
Fees: tuition: £8,000-£13,950 per year; living costs approximately £7,000 per year.
Applications: by 1 July; contact international@surrey.ac.uk for further details.


University of Sussex


The International Office Guildford
 
Tel: +44-1483-689-005
Fax: +44-1483-689-525
Tlx: 877997 IDSBTN G
E-Mail: International@surrey.ac.uk
Web: www.surrey.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, African studies, development studies, food, gender studies
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; (b) M.Phil. (Development Studies); (c) M.A. in Gender and Development: the course aims to equip students with the analytical skills needed to understand the interaction between gender issues and social and economic development and the practical skills required to participate effectively in policy-making and implementation.
Description: (b) course designed for those planning careers in economic and social development, as policy-makers, administrators, researchers or teachers; (c) the course aims to equip students with the analytical skills needed to understand the interaction between gender issues and social and economic development and the practical skills required to participate effectively in policy-making and implementation.
Open to: (b), (c) graduate students of any nationality with a good honours first degree and (a) preferably 2 or more years of work experience, in a developing country; (c) with relevant work experience, age preferably under 35.
Duration: (b) 2 years; (c) 1 year.
Financial assistance: various, including British Technical Cooperation awards.
Applications: (a) for undergraduate studies: through UCAS; contact Admissions for further information or see website applications page; graduate studies: see website for further information or contact Admissions Office; (b) and (c) to the Admissions Office.


University of Teesside


Borough Road Middlesborough
 

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, business, design, sciences, social sciences
Programmes: Higher National Diploma; Bachelor's degree; Master's degree; Ph.D. degree in the Schools of Business; Computing and Mathematics; Human Studies; Science and Technology as well as the Institute of Design.
Open to: candidates of any nationality meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements.
Fees: normal international student tuition fees: £7,000 per annum for laboratory-based courses; £6,000 per annum for classroom-based courses.
Financial assistance: in the form of a £1,000 fee reduction.


University of the West of England, Bristol (UWE)


Coldharbour Lane
 
Tel: +44-117-328-3333
E-Mail: law@uwe.ac.uk
Web: www.uwe.ac.uk

 Scholarship: International Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain building industry, law, music and musicology, physical education
Scholarships: (a) Undergraduate Scholarships; (b) Master's Scholarships; (c) Undergraduate Scholarships, Music; (d) Sports Scholarships.
Subjects: (a) law; (b) built environment; (c) music; (d) physical education.
Open to: (a), (b) candidates paying 'overseas fees'; based on academic merit and financial need; (c) great musical talent (instrumental or vocal) enrolled in undergraduate programmes of 3 or more years in duration; (d) students of IOC sports.
 
Nationality: candidates normally resident in Malaysia, Singapore or Hong Kong.
Duration: (a) 2 years maximum; non renewable; (b) 1 year, non renewable; (c), (d) duration of programme; non renewable.
Value: (a) tuition waiver of fees for up to 2 years; (b) up to £1,500 per year; (c) £300 per year; (d) up to £1,000 per year.
Applications: (a) 1 June before commencing studies; to the Faculty of Law at the above address; email: law@uwe.c.uk; (b) end June before commencing studies; to the PG Award Adviser; Faculty of the Built Environment at the above address; email: fbe.enry@uwe.ac.uk; (c) by mid-November after commencing studies; to Director of Music, Centre of Performing Arts, email; cpa@uwe.ac.uk; (d) to Recreation Centre; email; richard2.bennett@uwe.ac.uk.


University of Wales Bangor


College Road Bangor
 
Tel: +44-1248-382611
Fax: +22-1248-382015
E-Mail: socrates@bangor.ac.uk
Web: www.bangor.ac.uk/international/

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain agriculture, archaeology, business, business administration, chemical industry, community development, education, health and hygiene, horticulture, journalism, laboratory techniques, languages, nursing, radiology, recreation and leisure, rural development, sciences, social work, sociology, teacher education, theology, religion, tourism, hotel and catering management
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in education, languages, theology, business administration, science, agriculture, nursing.

 Scholarship: Scholarship
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Postgraduate Research Award.
Open to: graduates applying for Ph.D. and M.phil. research degrees only.
Value: £1,000 per year, renewable.
Applications: by 1 August.


University of Wales Cardiff


International Division PO Box 997
 
Tel: +44-29-2087-4432
Fax: +44-29-2087-4622
E-Mail: international@cf.ac.uk
Web: www.cf.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Postgraduate Courses
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, demography and population studies, journalism, visual arts
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and postgraduate courses in all major fields; (b) postgraduate diploma in film production studies; (c) postgraduate programmes in journalism studies; (d) postgraduate programmes in population and development and reproductive health and family planning management.
Open to: students of all nationalities meeting academic, linguistic and financial requirements.
Held: (b) Centre for Film Production Studies; (c) School of Journalism, Media and Cultural Studies; (d) Sir David Owen Population Centre.
Financial assistance: some scholarships are available to students who have been accepted into a scheme of study at the university.
Applications: undergraduate studies: to the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service, (UCAS); graduate studies: to the Admissions Office at the above address.


University of Wales Swansea


International Office Grove Building, Singleton Park
 
Tel: +44-1792-295-818
Fax: +44-1792-295-818
Tlx: 48149 UICS G
E-Mail: international@swansea.ac.uk
Web: www.swan.ac.uk/international

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain administration, development studies, management
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; (b) postgraduate programmes in social development planning and management and health planning and development.
Open to: (a) candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements: (b) overseas candidates with experience in social development; graduates or those with capacity for postgraduate work and likely to occupy senior posts in administration, supervision or training.
Held: (b) at the Centre for Development Studies.
Duration: (b) 9 months to 1 year; courses begin in September.
Financial assistance: British Technical Cooperation and other international awards available; see website for further information; http://www.swan.ac.uk/international/scholarships.htm
Applications: undergraduate students: contact the International Office at the above address or see website: http://www.swan.ac.uk/international/applying.htm; graduate students: contact the Admissions Office: admissions@swansea.ac.uk


University of Warwick


Tel: +44-24-7652-3523
Fax: +44-24-7646-1606
E-Mail: int.office@warwick.ac.uk
Web: www.warwick.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate, Postgraduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, arts, economy, education, medicine, sciences
Programmes: Bachelor's, Master's, Ph.D. degrees in arts, education, medicine, science, economics.
Financial assistance: financial assistance available; see http://www.warwick.ac.edu/study/funding.html for further information.

 Scholarship: International Office Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: International Office Scholarships and Warwick Fellowships.
Duration: 1 academic year.
Applications: by 31 January; to International Office at the above address.


University of Westminster


International Education Office 16 Little Titchfield Street
 
Tel: +44-207-911-5769
Fax: +44-207-911-5132
E-Mail: international-office@wmin.ac.uk
Web: www.westminster.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain Arabic, Danish, Dutch, English, European studies, French, German, Greek, interpretation and translation, Italian
Programmes: (a) undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; (b) postgraduate programmes in conference interpretation and bilingual translation in various languages.
Open to: (a) candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, linguistic and financial requirements; (b) postgraduate students of any country, either bilingual (usually English/French), or with a mother tongue which is a working language of the United Nations or of the European Union, plus 2 passive languages.
Duration: variable.
Applications: undergraduate programmes: applications must be submitted through UCAS.


University of York


The International Office Stables Building
 
Tel: +44-1904-433-534
Fax: +44-1904-434-268
E-Mail: international@york.ac.uk
Web: www.york.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, architecture, building industry, urbanism
Programmes: (a) Undergraduate and graduate programmes in all major fields; (b) M.A. in conservation studies: architectural, urban and landscape conservation; (c) M.A. directed programme in housing, planning and construction in developing countries (Third World studies in the built environment).
Open to: (a) candidates of all nationalities meeting academic, financial and linguistic requirements; (b) candidates with a professional qualification and minimum of 4 years appropriate experience; (c) candidates with professional qualification in architecture, planning, building or associated professions; proficiency in English essential.
Duration: variable.
Fees: undergraduate/graduate students: non-laboratory courses: £7,842; laboratory courses: £10,365; visiting students: £7,842.
Financial assistance: some financial assistance possible.
Applications: undergraduate applications must be made through UCAS; graduate applications to Admissions Office at above address.

 Scholarship: Overseas Student Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain all major fields
Scholarships: Overseas Student Scholarships .
Value: worth up to one third the value of the annual tuition fee: scholarship is awarded for the duration of the course.
Applications: contact the International Office at the above address.


Warnborough University


Warnborough House, 8 Vernon Place
 
Tel: +44-1227-762-107
Fax: +44-1227-762-108
Tlx: 837574 WARNCOG
E-Mail: admissions@warnborough.ac.uk
Web: www.warnborough.ac.uk

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes
 
  
Study Domain all major fields, business, classical studies, English, natural sciences, social sciences, summer programmes
Programmes: undergraduate and graduate programmes; continuing education; diplomas; corporate training; distance education programmes, http://www.warnborough.ac.uk/faculties/distance.htm
Open to: candidates of all nationalities with a high school diploma or equivalent.
Financial assistance: assistance/scholarships available.
Applications: accepted all year; request forms from the Admissions Office.


West Dean College


Academic Office West Dean,
 
Tel: +44-1243-818-219 / 811-301
Fax: +44-1243-811-343
E-Mail: diplomas@westdean.org.uk
Web: www.westdean.org.uk

 Course: Postgraduate Programmes in Conservation and Restoration
 
  
Study Domain applied arts, art history, arts, arts and crafts, decorative arts, museology and museography, music and musicology, visual arts
Programmes: (a) Postgraduate Diploma in conservation and restoration of fine metalwork; (b) Postgraduate Diploma in tapestry weaving; (c) Postgraduate Diploma in restoration of antique clocks; (d) Postgraduate Diploma in the restoration of antique furniture: (e) Postgraduate Diploma in the conservation of ceramics and related materials;(f) Postgraduate Diploma in the making of early stringed musical instruments.
Open to: all nationalities, aged over 18 years, with relevant qualifications and practical experience; a practical test and an interview may be required for some programmes.
Duration: 1 to 3 years; short non-degree courses available (in crafts, visual arts, music and gardening.)
Fees: variable; by course.
Financial assistance: limited number of scholarships are available (apprenticeships).
Applications: to the Academic Office at the above address; application forms may be downloaded at http://www.westdean.org.uk/restor/diploma/index.htm

 Scholarship: Edward James Foundation Scholarships
 
  
Study Domain applied arts, applied sciences, art history, arts, arts and crafts, decorative arts, museology and museography, music and musicology
Scholarships: Edward James Foundation Scholarships.
Open to: all nationalities, over 18 years of age who satisfy entry requirements and test for relevant courses at West Dean.
Duration: normally 1 term, may be renewable.
Value: sufficient to cover 1 term's fees and accommodation costs.
Applications: immediately following the offer of a place on a West Dean course, to the Principal's Office.


Wimbledon School of Art


Merton Hall Road Wimbledon
 
Tel: +44-20-8408-5000
Fax: +44-20-8408-5050
Web: www.wimbledon.ac.uk/international/internatframe.html

 Course: Undergraduate, Graduate Programmes / Arts
 
  
Study Domain design, fine arts, performing arts
Programmes: (a) B.A. (Hons.) in theatre design, technical arts, costume, painting/fine art, sculpture; (b) M.A. in critical studies in visual art and theatre, interdisciplinary theoretical and historical studies, printmaking, site-specific sculpture, theatre design/scenography:
Open to: (a) over 18 years old, with general school-leaving qualifications, foundation course and portfolio; (b) graduates in fine art or graduates with some theatre experience; a portfolio is necessary; English proficiency required; however classes are arranged, free of charge, for those needing to improve their language skills.
 
Academic requirements: undergraduate international students: on the basis of slides/photographs of work in lieu of original work; postgraduate international students: candidates for admission to all courses should support their application with slides or photographs of their work. Where appropriate, alternatives to a formal interview at the School will be employed, e.g. telephone interviews on receipt of work.
Duration: (b) 2 to 3 years; courses begin in October; (a) 1 to 3 years.
Fees: estimated expenses for students for 40 weeks: tuition fees (based on 2002/03): £7,750; average rent: £3,200; living costs: £3,400.
Applications: (a) and (b) by 31 March, to the Registrar.


Winchester School of Art, Textile Conservation Centre University of Southampton


Apt. 22, Hampton Court Palace
 

 Course: M.A. in Textile Conservation and Museum Studies
 
  
Study Domain museology and museography, textile industry
Programmes: M.A. in Textile Conservation; M.A. Museum Studies; M.A. in History of Textiles & Dress Culture, Collections & Communication (and is a career entry programme for those wishing to work in the museums/heritage sector).
Open to: applicants of any nationality holding a degree and with a chemistry GSCE level or equivalent.
Duration: 3 academic years.
Fees: approx. £7,950 per year.
Financial assistance: some bursaries may be available.
Applications: by 1 December in the year preceding proposed entrance, to the Head of Studies and Research, at the above address.


YMCA George Williams College (YGWC)


The Registrar, 199 Freemasons Road
 
Tel: +44-171-540-4902
Fax: +44-171-511-4900
Web: www.ymca.ac.uk/apply

 Course: Youth Work Programmes
 
  
Study Domain community development, social work
Programmes: Programme of courses in youth work, community development, education, leading to: (a) Diploma of Higher Education; (b) B.A. (Hons.) Informal and Community Education; (c) B.A. (ordinary) Informal and Community Education.
Open to: candidates of any nationality over age of 18, with equivalent of 2 A-levels.
Duration: (a) 2 years full-time; (b) 3 years full-time; (c) 4 years part-time by distance learning; (courses begin in September).
Applications: to the Registrar at the above address.