For 2019 entry Warwick Q-Step Centre is offering Q-Step PG Bursaries/Scholarships for the Quantitative Methods postgraduate degree programmes. The number0 of bursaries and scholarships are available for Home/EU students.

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Q-Step PG Bursaries/Scholarships for Home/EU Students Description:

  • Application Deadline: June 29, 2019
  • Course Level: Scholarships/Bursaries are available to pursue postgraduate degree programmes.
  • Study Subject: The Warwick Q-Step Centre will be offering a number of bursaries and scholarships again for the following Quantitative Methods postgraduate degree programmes:
  • MA Politics, Big Data and Quantitative Methods
  • MSc Big Data and Digital Futures
  • MSc Quantitative Social Research
  • Scholarship Award: Quantitative Social Sciences Bursary (Home/EU): Value: Full tuition fees + £15,000 maintenance. Availability: 1 bursary available per degree programme.
  • Quantitative Social Sciences Scholarship (Home/EU): Value: £2,000 each. Availability: 2 scholarships available per degree programme.
  • Warwick Q-Step Scholarship (Home/EU): Value: £2,000 each. Availability: 1 scholarship per degree programme.
  • Warwick Q-Step Bursary (Home/EU): Value: Full tuition fees + £15,000 maintenance. Availability: 1 bursary available.
  • Nationality: Home/EU students are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme.
  • Number of Scholarships: Number of bursaries and scholarships are available.
  • Scholarship can be taken in the UK

Eligibility for the Q-Step PG Bursaries/Scholarships for Home/EU Students: 

Eligible Countries: Home/EU students are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme.

Entrance Requirements: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:

Eligibility and Deadlines

  • Open to Home/EU applicants on the following Q-Step Masters degree programmes:
  • MA Politics, Big Data and Quantitative Methods
  • MSc Big Data and Digital Futures
  • MSc Quantitative Social Research
  • Candidates must apply to the university and have paid their application fees by 15 June 2019 (Late applicants, who apply for their course after 16 June may still be considered, as long as their application fee is paid by 30 June 2019). You must submit your application to the Masters programme before submitting your scholarship application.
  • Candidates must apply for the scholarship no later than 29 June 2019.
  • All supporting documentation for the university application, including your references, must be received no later than 13 July 2019.
  • Successful candidates must obtain an offer from the university before taking up the award.
  • Candidates may apply concurrently to other funding sources.

English Language Requirements: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:

Minimum 2i or equivalent (GPA 3.3 or above) single or combined Honours Undergraduate degree in Chinese, English, French, German or Spanish, or another Humanities subject with proof of high level competence in spoken and written English (IELTS 7 or equivalent required for students whose mother tongue is not English) and in one of these other languages (where the other language has not been taken to degree level the School will set its own language tests).

Master Scholarships

Application Procedure for Q-Step PG Bursaries/Scholarships for Home/EU Students: 

How to Apply: To apply for the Warwick Q-Step bursaries listed above, applicants must complete the following application form and return this by email to Craig Franklin at Q-Step-at-warwick.ac.uk no later than 29 June 2019.

The primary factor determining an application’s success is the strength of the case for support. This case for support should demonstrate why you fit the above criteria as well as reflect your motivations for choosing to do a postgraduate degree in your specialisation. Your case for support should be no more than 800 words in length and should differ from the statement of purpose submitted with your application to the university.

Application Form

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