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David Cameron, prime minister of UK, recently announced 60 new 'Jubilee Scholarships' for Indian students who will receive full funding for a one-year Master's course in the UK, starting September. The awards, funded by the British Council, will be open to applicants from across India, and aims to include students from every Indian state among its awardees.
A part of 'The GREAT' campaign, the scholarships will be offered only in the areas of business administration, manufacturing , and science and technology, which have been identified as popular subjects that Indian students opt for in the UK. Indian nationals with a valid Indian passport can apply for the scholarships.The eligibility criteria require aspirants to have a graduate degree with an excellent academic track record; she/he should have applied for admission to a Master's course (12 months' duration) at a UK institution with the course of study in any of the subject areas mentioned above. An ideal candidate must be ambitious, entrepreneurial and have leadership skills. Also, she/he must demonstrate a commitment to return to India and contribute to the development of the country. The scholarships will cover the university's tuition fee, living expenses for the duration of the scholarship (for a maximum of 12 months) and a one month internship programme in the UK (approximately GBP 900-1000 per month) along with return airfare and a UK visa. The last date for submission of application forms for the scholarship is April 30.
Courtesy: Times of India
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