The University of Leeds is glad to invite applications for the Katrina Honeyman Scholarships. The awards will be given to the international students pursuing undergraduate degree in history or political field. The winning students will receive benefit of tuition fee reduction amounting up to £4,725.
International students applying to study for BA History or BA International History and Politics in the School of History at the University of Leeds are eligible for a Katrina Honeyman Scholarship. A total of four scholarships will be awarded each year to the students with the highest academic attainment on entry; continuation will be subject to the maintenance of an appropriate level of academic performance.
The scholarship consists of an annual award of £1,575 towards the cost of fees in each of the awardee’s three years of study (amounting to a total value of £4,725).
Level and Area of Studies
BA History or BA International History and Politics.
Place of Study
At the University of Leeds in UK.
Eligibility and Criteria
To qualify to be considered for a Katrina Honeyman Scholarship, applicants must be an International student applying for entry in 2017 as a full-time undergraduate in level one of BA History or BA International History and Politics. Applicant must subsequently take up a place and remain on an eligible degree programme.
International students are welcome to apply.
There is no additional application process and will be based on final examination results. There is no additional application process and provided that the School has received your final examination results, you will be informed if you have been successful by 31 August.
Submission Deadline: No information