Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Financial Aid for Study Online for Developing Countries, University of Manchester, UK

While one is waiting for that dream job or is already on that job it is important to plan career progression. You definitely cannot rule out advancement in educational qualification as part of what is required in the match forward.

Now, apart from time which those already working may not have, there could also be the issue of having enough funds to cater for one’s study.

This scholarship programme solves both headaches: For one, beneficiaries could still hold on to their full time jobs because they are only required do studies online. Secondly all fees in respect of the studies are fully catered for.

Distance Learning Scholarships for International Students from Developing Countries 2012, University of Manchester, UK. Scholarship for Study by Distance Learning starting Jan 2012
Course: MSc Management and Information Systems, University of Manchester, UK

Study Type: Online
Application Last Date: Friday 2nd December 2011

Brief Scholarship Description: The School of Environment and Development invites applications for a fully-funded scholarship for candidates from developing countries for Master’s study by distance learning on our MSc Management & Information Systems.

The scholarship will cover all study costs including tuition and examining fees and course material costs.

MSc Management and Information Systems
The MSc in M&IS develops the “hybrid” mix of management and information systems skills that we know from experience is essential to the successful and strategic application of information and communication technologies by today’s organisations. Follow this link for full details of the MSc Management and Information Systems: Change and Development by Distance Learning programme.

Who can Apply?
The scholarships are intended to support students from developing countries who would not otherwise be able to study for a UK qualification. Applicants should:
# Applicants must not have previously studied abroad;
# Be a national of and resident in a developing country of Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, Latin America or Oceania;
# Have at least two years’ work experience in a post relevant to their MSc M&IS studies;
# Hold a UK Second Class Honours, Upper Division, or above, or its international equivalent, in their Bachelor’s degree. To verify the equivalency of international qualifications applicants should refer to information on the University’s website at: http://www.manchester.ac.uk/international/country/
Applicants must also not have previously studied in a developed country (short/language courses excluded).

How to apply:
You can apply online here.
Important: You must follow Step 1, 2 and 3 to complete your application described on this page.

About University of Manchester:
Based on any analysis of the results, Manchester emerges amongst the country’s top four or five major research universities and is proving competitive with the University College London and Imperial College and just behind Oxford and Cambridge. The University of Manchester, which is renowned for excellence in both teaching and research, combines a rich academic heritage with innovative plans for the future.

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