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The University of Essex is offering a INR 52,390 bursary to black, arab, or mature students who are transitioning from undergraduate to postgraduate study at the University of Essex in academic year 2024-25 and are self-funding their entire tuition fee.
|University of Essex
|Type of scholarship
|Level of program
|October 20, 2024
|Black, Arab and Mature Students Bursary
The Black, Arab and Mature students bursary grants a financial aid which covers the tuition fee of the students.
Benefits WorthINR 100,000
Course LevelPost Graduation
Benefits WorthINR 2,459,300
Benefits WorthINR 600,000
To be eligible for the Black, Arab and Mature students bursary, students need to check the eligibility criteria for the same before applying for the bursary.
*Students who receive a repaid loan to fund their studies are considered self-funded. This includes, but is not limited to, tuition fee loans from the following organizations:
- Student Loans in England, Wales, and Northern Ireland
- Scottish Student Awards Agency
- Federal Direct Loans in the United States
- University of Essex, Norwegian State Loan (Lanekassen) 2nd page of 3
- Swedish Student Finance Board (CSN),
- Finland's Social Insurance Institution (KELA) - Denmark's State Educational Grant and Loan Scheme.
If you meet all of the eligibility requirements, you will be considered for this award automatically. You are not required to fill out an application form. The University will determine your eligibility based on the information you provide when you register for your course.
The University will determine your eligibility for mature students based on your mature status during your undergraduate studies.
There is no specific selection process for the Black, Arab and Mature Students Bursary. Applicants will be selected on the basis of their eligibility for the bursary.
You can contact for the Black, Arab and Mature Students Bursary by filling out their general enquiry form on the following link:
The main distinction between a Scholarship and a Bursary is that a Scholarship is awarded to students based on academic merit, whereas a Bursary is awarded to students who require financial assistance for their education.
The award is available for full-time or part-time postgraduate Masters courses at the University of Essex leading to the degree of MA, MSc, MBA, LLM, MFA, MAPH, or MRes.
If a student withdraws, they may be entitled to a pro-rata payment of the remaining award upon return to studies, at the discretion of the University.
If the student has a debt to the University, the payment will be applied to the student account first.
The University will assess your eligibility for mature student status based on your status during your undergraduate studies.