This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, Cranfield University is offering two scholarships to students in India applying for postgraduate courses in energy, agrifood, environment, water, design, manufacturing, aerospace or transport systems. Read more Read less
This scholarship scheme is part of the GREAT Scholarships 2020 campaign, which has been launched by the British Council, together with 36 UK universities, to support more students in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Turkey in accessing excellent UK higher education opportunities.
The total value of the scholarship programme is over £800K and offers an exciting opportunity for students from these countries to get financial support to pursue postgraduate study in the UK. Students can apply for courses in a range of subjects at the 36 institutions across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Please note that applicants should be passport holders of India.
For more information on the GREAT Scholarships 2020, please visit the British Council’s website in your country.
At a glance
- Funding value£11,000 toward tuition fees
- Suitable for Applicants fromRest of World
- Deadline01 May 2020
- Funding provider(s)Cranfield University and the British Council
This funding opportunity is applicable to many courses, please see the 'Who can apply' section for more information.
What it covers
Scholarships are for full tuition fees worth £11,000.
Who can apply
Scholarships are available for Indian students wishing to study an eligible full-time master's course covering environmental technology, agrifood, water, energy and power, manufacturing, transport systems or aerospace.
How to apply
The first step is to check that your course choice is an eligible course (see link below) and make an online application for admission to that course. When you have received your six digit Cranfield application number please submit a scholarship application using the link below. You will need to attach a personal statement addressing the requirements that are outlined on the application form.