Below you can find information on our postgraduate scholarship scheme for students starting in 2018.

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St George’s scholarship scheme

Our full postgraduate scholarships have been allocated for September 2018 and successful candidates have been informed of the outcome.

Hear from a scholar

Sehr was awarded a full scholarship to study Global Health MSc and started in September 2017. Hear more about her story in our video below.

Scholarship applications are now closed.

Scholarships are awarded to those who demonstrate a good academic record and can discuss how they aim to improve society through maximising their time at St George’s.

If you are applying to any of our programmes listed above and wish to be included in the scholarship scheme you must submit your course application with references by midnight on 11 May 2018.

Physician Associate Studies MSc scholarships

Physician Associate Studies MSc applicants must submit a completed programme application by 30 April 2018. Offer holders will be informed of how to apply for a scholarship.

Global Health MSc international student scholarship

Global health is an area of increasing clinical, political, economic, humanitarian and social concern. To further work in this area we are offering a full tuition fee scholarship and maintenance grant of £17,000 to a Global Health MSc applicant from a low-middle income country.

Terms and conditions

Assessment criteria for all scholarships

Home, EU and international students applying for a taught postgraduate programme awarded by St George’s, as listed above, can be considered for the scholarship providing they apply by the deadline. You do not need to submit an additional application form, however, you may be asked to attend a physical or virtual interview. Successful awardees will be those who the Scholarship Committee feel will make a positive contribution to the academic environment at St George’s and achieve the highest scores.

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for consideration, you must:

  • Apply to study a taught postgraduate course, full time or part time, for a maximum of four years

  • Not already qualified at Master’s level

  • Must be self-funding. Courses fully funded by the NHS or students receiving employer or sponsor funding are not eligible for consideration. This does not apply to applicants who are using the Postgraduate Loans scheme or Career Development Loans.

  • Apply to study a taught postgraduate MSc course, full time or part time, for a maximum of four years

  • Meet the entry requirement for your selected course of study

  • Be offered a place on the course to start in the 2018/19 academic year

Students with the highest scores across all courses will be considered for the scholarship. Your application will be scored based on:

  • Your degree classification

  • Your personal statement

  • Your work experience

  • Your interview

  • Your references




Last Updated: Friday, 13 April 2018 15:21