We are excited to announce that seven scholarships of £10,500 will be exclusively available to students from Africa and South America for the 2021/22 academic year.
These scholarships are supported by the Allan and Nesta Ferguson Charitable Trust who are dedicated to improving educational opportunities for students who would not otherwise be able to consider studying in the UK.
Who can apply?
The Ferguson Scholarships are available to students applying for one of the following postgraduate taught programmes:
- MSc Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience
- MSc Drug Delivery
- MSc Pharmaceutical Sciences
- MSc Pharmacokinetics
- MSc Stem Cells & Regenerative Medicine
- MSc Regenerative Medicines Manufacturing
- MSc Biosciences for Industry
- Register for more information
What is the eligibility criteria?
- You must hold a conditional or unconditional offer for one of the above courses.
- Be a national from an African or South American country.
- Hold a 2:1 degree or equivalent in a relevant subject for the course you are applying for.
- Provide a strong personal statement when submitting your course application.
- Be a self-funded student.
If successful, you will have to contribute approximately £8,800 towards your MSc tuition fees. Please note you will be required to provide evidence to the UKVI that you can contribute this amount plus living costs.
How do I apply?
- Submit an application for your chosen course via our online application form at the bottom of this page before the scholarship deadline (please see below).
- Next, register your interest for the scholarship by filling in the online form below.
- Applications for this scholarship close 30th April 2021.
Please note we do not accept applications via agents for this scholarship.
What happens next?
The announcement of the awards will be in May 2021 via email.
If you have any further questions or queries regarding this scholarship, please contact Bhavisha Koner firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many of our graduates go on to achieve amazing careers in the Health & Life Sciences industry, just like Favour who now coordinates clinical trials for the NHS in London. Hear more about our successful graduates.
- Favour Chukwunonyerem
(MSc Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine) Nigeria
- Pauline W. Haaksma
(MSc Stem Cells and Regenerative Medicine) Kenya
- Ebrima Sise
(MSc Biomedical Science) The Gambia