Dr. Manmohan Singh Scholarship-2011

Dr. Manmohan Singh Scholarship-2011

Dr Manmohan Singh, the Prime Minister of India, is a graduate and Honorary Fellow of St John’s College. In honour of Dr Singh St John’s College, the University of Cambridge launched the Dr Manmohan Singh Scholarships in Delhi in 2007. These awards will enable academically outstanding Indian students to come to St. John’s College, University of Cambridge to study for doctoral degrees in subjects like Science & Technology, Economics and Social Sciences.

ELIGIBILTY CRITERIA

The applicant should be:

An Indian national with a valid Indian passport and currently based in India

Below 35 years  of age as on 31 December 2010

Not already had significant exposure to UK education or received UK government funding.

Should hold a Master’s (postgraduate) degree from a reputed/recognized India university/ institution with a first Class award (UG and PG) in the relevant subject/field

VALUE OF THE AWARD

The scholarships are fully funded:

Academic fees

International airfare

Monthly stipend to cover living expenses

UK Visa

SELECTION

Candidates for these scholarships are selected through a process of short listing from the applications received by the British Council, followed by personal interviews, which will be held in New Delhi .

Last date of submission of applications Friday, 31 December 2010.

For further information and clarification contact:

Vishnu Sharma
Scholarships
British Council
17, Kasturba Gandhi Marg
New Delhi 110001, India

Tel +91 (0)11 23711401 (extn. 272)
Fax +91 (0) 11 23710717
Direct tel: +91 (0)11 41497272

Email: delhi.scholarship@in.britishcouncil.org

Website: http://www.britishcouncil.org/india-scholarships-drmanmohansingh.htm

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