Medicine: Swansea Taught Master’s Centenary NHS Part Scholarship 2020/21
- 15% deduction to tuition fees
- DEADLINE: 31 July 2020
Swansea University Medical School (SUMS) is awarding self-funding NHS Health Professionals who are enrolling onto a Postgraduate Taught Master’s programme in the Medical School in 2020/21. Students who are eligible will receive a 15% deduction to the tuition fees. Eligible courses are:
- Diabetes Practice
- Genomic Medicine
- Health Data Science
- Health Informatics
- Leadership for the Health Professions
- Medical Education
- Medical Radiation Physics
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Swansea, is a coastal city and county, officially known as the City and County of Swansea in Wales.
In order to be Eligible:
- Applicants must hold an offer to study on an eligible course at Swansea University Medical School for September 2020.
- Applicants must have accepted their offer of place to study at the Medical School in order to be considered for the NHS Scholarship.
- Applicants must be enrolling on a taught master’s programme at Swansea University Medical School for the first time in September 2020.
- Application must be submitted by 23.59 on 31 July 2020.
- Scholarship holders may be asked to cooperate with the Medical School’s recruitment activities, and may be contacted by the University’s Public Relations Office.
- Each scholarship is to be offset against tuition fees and are non-transferable.
- Employees of Swansea University will not be eligible.
- This scholarship does not apply to Taught Master’s students applying for Research programme.
- Awards are available for both full-time and part-time study. For students studying part-time, the award will be made on a pro-rata basis.
- Applicants in receipt of other Swansea University scholarships will not be eligible to receive the NHS Scholarship
- Only self-funding applicants will be considered.
- Applicants will be informed of the outcome by 31 August 2019.
- The Medical School Scholarship committee may use whatever means of assessment it thinks most appropriate in order to determine which applicants are worthy of recommendation to the Head of the Medical School for the award of an Alumni Scholarship.
- If it is deemed necessary for an Alumni Scholarship holder to suspend their studies, the scholarship will be held on University’s account and carried forward to the year of resumption of studies and the student will be expected to pay their personal contribution on a pro-rata basis.
- With the approval of the Head of the Medical School, or nominee, if an Alumni Scholarship holder’s progress is deemed to be unsatisfactory, the Scholarship may be withdrawn, and scholarship holder will be required to pay the full tuition fee. If student feel that such a withdrawal is unjustified, s/he may appeal in writing, using the University’s formal appeal mechanism.
- Swansea University Medical School reserves the right to make, amend, withdraw, suspend or cancel without notice these and such other Regulations as may be in force from time to time and such decisions shall be final.
Eligible students will receive a 15% deduction to tuition fees.
Please visit the scholarship website for more information.