Cranfield University is proud to be part of the prestigious Santander Universities Scholarships Programme. Scholarships are awarded each year to students on any Cranfield Masters programme. Read more Read less
Throughout the years they have donated over £500 million in the shape of scholarships, travel grants, support to special projects, academic and non-academic awards.
In the UK Santander’s first partner joined the network in 2007 and since then many universities have become partners of Santander Universities. They fund awards to outstanding students and projects, help entrepreneurs, and give the students the possibility to travel abroad to continue their studies. It is a global network, which exists to help provide students with the support they need to become tomorrow's leaders.
At a glance
- Funding value£5,000
- Suitable for Applicants fromUK, EU, Rest of World
- Deadline04 May 2018
- Funding provider(s)Santander Universities
What it covers£5,000 towards tuition fees
Who can apply
Applicants should be studying for a full-time Master’s degree and must be from an eligible country.
In the Americas: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Uruguay, USA
In Europe: Belgium, Germany, Poland, Portugal, Spain, UK
In Asia: China, Russia, Singapore, South Korea, UAE
In Africa: Ghana
This funding opportunity is applicable to many courses at Cranfield, please see the 'Who can Apply' section for more guidance or contact email@example.com to determine if it applies to your course choice.
How to apply
Applicants should be studying for a Master’s degree and must be from an eligible country.
Each school will be asked to nominate two candidates to the selection committee.
Please note in the 'funding' section of your online application for admission to Cranfield University that you wish to be considered for the Santander Scholarship. If you have already completed your application for admission you should notify your Course Director/Supervisor or alternatively our admissions team - firstname.lastname@example.org - of your interest in the scholarship.
We will be unable to accept direct applications.