Turing International Scholarships 2022/2023 Application Form Portal.
Turing International Scholarships: The University of Nottingham invites applications from suitably qualified students into the Turing International Scholarships for students. It is a partly funded scholarship for all students.
About Turing International Scholarships
The Institution of Nottingham is a well-known public research university that is currently rated 84th in the world, according to the QS World University Rankings 2018. Its education system is dedicated to promoting people’s well-being by delivering exceptional education and research.
The Turing Scholarships are being offered by the University of Nottingham for the academic year 2022-2023 and will allow students to take part in active field research with academic teams and scientists.
The candidates selected for this scholarship will be awarded a grant of up to £2,290 for a six-week Research Expedition with Operation Wallacea and additionally also up to 50-60% of the total cost to a student.
Eligible Nationalities for Turing International Scholarships
- Troy University International Scholarship
- Macquarie University International Scholarships
- University of New South Wales International Scholarships
- Ministry of Foreign Affairs International Scholarship
- Victoria University COVID-19 International Scholarship
Eligibility Criteria for Turing International Scholarships
The Turing Scholarships are only for Home-Fee paying undergraduate students whose most recent school/college was a state school and who are part of one or more of the priority groups listed below. This helps to ensure that students from backgrounds underrepresented in Higher Education can fully access the opportunities available to all students and to improve social mobility.
1. You are in receipt of a University of Nottingham Core Bursary or Nottingham Potential Bursary
2. You have a declared disability or learning difference (if you have not declared this to the university you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
3. You are a mature student (age 21 or over at the start of your course)
4. You have spent over three months in local authority care (in this situation, you do not need to have attended a state school)
5. You are under 25 and estranged from your family
6. You are a registered carer
7. You have refugee status from the Home Office
8. Your home address used on your UCAS application is in an area where people are less likely to go to University. This can be checked using the postcode checker available on the University website. The response ‘You may be eligible for a contextual offer’ confirms you have met this criterion.
Students need to meet the entry requirements of the university.
If English isn’t your first language, you will also need to meet the relevant English language requirements.
Applications to the Turing Scholarship for Operation Wallacea are now over-subscribed and we are not currently accepting new applications. If you wish to have your details added to a waiting list please can you email email@example.com. Please include your name, student ID, and which Turing Scholarship you are interested in, and we will be in touch.
Application Deadline for Turing International Scholarships
The deadline for the scholarship is 30th June 2022
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