Felix Non- Indian Scholarship 2022 for developing countries
Deadline: 31 January 2022
Thanks to the generosity of the Felix Scholarship Trust, one Felix Scholarship Felix Scholarships for Indians 2020 will be available to a national from a developing country with a first-class undergraduate degree to pursue a Taught Masters’s program for entry in September 2023
This scholarship is aimed primarily at candidates who are nationals of Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Iraq, and Palestine territories (West Bank and Gaza) living in their country of origin.
The Felix Non- Indian Scholarship 2021 for developing countries covers the full cost of tuition fees; living costs (£16,082 in 2021, the rate for 2020-21 will be confirmed in August), and return airfare. This Masters’s scholarship is shared with International Students House, which provides free accommodation and a food scholarship. The accommodation cost will be deducted from the living cost of ‘£16,082’.
- Any SOAS-taught master’s program.
- Part-time programs are not eligible.
- Candidates must be nationals of a developing country and not currently be living or studying outside of their country. This scholarship is aimed primarily at candidates who are nationals of Afghanistan, Syria, Iran, Iraq, and Palestine territories (West Bank and Gaza) who are living in their country of origin
- Candidates must not have previously studied for one year or more outside of their country.
- Candidates must have a first-class Bachelor’s degree from a University or comparable institution.
- Candidates who already hold a Master’s degree cannot apply for a Master’s degree scholarship.
- Candidates must demonstrate financial need.
- Graduates are expected to return to work in their home country.
- Candidates must have submitted a complete application for admission by the scholarship closing date of 31 January 2020, 15:00 UK time.
- Candidates must have an offer of admission by the time shortlisting takes place in early March 2020. We may give priority to applicants with an unconditional offer of admission.
- Applicants must meet the English language condition of their offer of admission to study at SOAS as soon as possible but no later than 1 June 2022. If your offer is conditional on English, please arrange your English test and ensure you meet the English requirements as soon as possible.
- Please note that most scholarships do not cover funding or even allow for Pre-sessionals. Please check the wording of your scholarship offer carefully to see if you are eligible for a Pre-sessional course or whether you need to achieve SOAS direct entry scores by the deadline specified in your scholarship terms and conditions.
- Candidates will be assessed on academic merit by an Advisory Panel, consisting of three academic members. Financial need is also relevant.
- The assessment of your application will be based on the information provided in your scholarship application and your online admission application for admission. Selectors will be looking at the degree results and also at academic references, statements, and other relevant information.
- Only those who have been accepted for admission will be considered for shortlisting by the SOAS Selection Panel. Shortlisting at SOAS will take place in March 2022.
Scholarship Application Deadline
- Applications must be submitted no later than 15:00 (UK local time) on 31 January 2022.
- Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.
- You must submit a complete online application to your program as soon as possible and then submit an electronic application for the scholarship. Applicants applying for scholarships must also apply for admission well in advance. A complete application for admission includes transcripts, an explanation of the grading system for any degrees obtained outside of the UK, two references, a CV, and a personal statement. The panel will be considering your scholarship application TOGETHER with your online application for admission. Please note that a complete application for admission can take up to 4 weeks to be considered by the Department, although this duration can vary depending on the time of year. You should be prepared to wait up to 6 weeks in busy periods.
Notification of Results
Successful candidates will be notified by end of June. If you have not heard from us by the end of June, you should assume that your application was unsuccessful
Scholarship Application Procedures
You must follow two steps:
STEP 1: Apply for your program
Applicants must submit a COMPLETE online application for admission. Applicants must have submitted a complete admission to a Master’s program at SOAS by the scholarship application deadline, 31 January 2022. A complete application for admission includes transcripts, an explanation of the grading system for any degree obtained outside of the UK, two references, a CV, and a personal statement. The panel will be considering your scholarship application TOGETHER with your online application for admission. Please note that a complete application for admission can take up to 4 weeks to be considered by the Department, although this duration can vary depending on the time of year. You should be prepared to wait up to 6 weeks in busy periods.
STEP 2: Apply for the scholarship
You must apply for this scholarship via the online Felix Non-Indian Scholarship application form. Please submit no later than 15:00 (UK local time) on 31 January 2022.
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7074 5094/5091
About the donor
The donor for the Felix Scholarship wishes to remain anonymous. The administration of the Scholarship is conducted by the three partner universities (SOAS University of London, the University of Oxford, and the University of Reading), with the support of the Felix Trustees and their agents in London.
The Felix scholarships Trust now have its website, which provides information on the Scholarships, and allows Felix alumni to stay in touch.