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Beit Trust Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students 2022

    Beit Trust Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students application form is out for an interested candidate who wishes to study at the University of Leeds and other partner universities in the UK for the 2022/2023 academic session.

    Beit Trust Scholarships provides numerous awards and is open to candidates domiciled in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe to embark on a one-year taught Master’s program that meets the objectives of the program to provide long-term benefit for their own nation, with the exception of the Master’s of Business Administration (MBA).

    • Institution: University of Leeds
    • Program Location: UK
    • Study Level: Master’s

    Benefits of Beit Trust Postgraduate Scholarships for International Students

    • Fees, tuition expenses, and related academic expenditures. These are paid by the Trust straight to the universities.
    • A personal stipend, index-linked in agreement with guidance from an independent authority, covering maintenance support.
    • Other stipends are paid for arrival, a laptop, and a return flight home.
    • Tickets are provided for the initial journey to the place of study and on the final return (Economy Class).
    • No stipends are paid for spouses and other family members.

    Beit Trust Postgraduate Scholarships Eligibility Criteria

    1. By Act of Parliament, the Beit Trust supports ONLY students who are nationals of Zambia, Zimbabwe, or Malawi, who hold permanent residence, live there, and/or intend to return to their country after their studies.
    2. Applicants (except medical and veterinary doctors) must be under 30 years of age on 31 December 2020. Some experience of work after completion of a first degree is strongly recommended.
    3. Doctors and Vets must be under 35 years of age on 31 December 2020. They should have completed 18 months of internship, and a one-year, preferably rural, posting in Malawi, Zambia or Zimbabwe.
    4. The Trust cannot consider applications from those who have already begun a course.
    5. The Trust will only consider applicants with First Class/Distinction or Upper Second Class degrees (or equivalent) at the undergraduate level.

    Beit Trust Postgraduate Scholarships Partner Universities

    The Beit Trust has partnership agreements with the universities below. This enables the Trust to share costs, and to increase the number of scholarships it can fund. For this reason, only applicants with acceptances from the universities listed below will be eligible for Beit Trust Scholarships

    There are seven Partner Universities in the United Kingdom:

    1. Cambridge – 2 Scholarships available
    2. Edinburgh – 2 Scholarships available
    3. Glasgow – 2 Scholarships available, bio-medical disciplines only
    4. Leeds – 5-6 Scholarships available
    5. Oxford – 2 Scholarships available
    6. St Andrews – 2 Scholarships available, computer science only
    7. Strathclyde – Engineering disciplines only

    How to Apply for Beit Trust Scholarships

    The next round of Beit Trust Scholarships at the University of Leeds will be granted for the academic session beginning September 2021 for universities in the UK.

    The process for applying for a Beit Trust Scholarships is as follows:

    1. Only citizens of Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Malawi, who are also inhabitant in and intend to return to those nations, are qualified to apply;
    2. It takes a one-year taught Master’s Degree (to UK universities) for application, and a two-year taught Master’s in South Africa;
    3. Applications should be made straight to the partner universities itemized above, and only to those universities, through their websites and in the period starting September 2019 (although some application windows do not open until October. Their websites will guide you);
    4. As long as the courses to be pursued are accessible, you may apply to the above one Partner University at a time. Without a doubt, we recommend you do so, to upsurge your chances of acceptance, and to widen the scholarship opportunities accessibly;
    5. The minute you have a conditional acceptance or an offer from your selected partner university, you should apply as quick as possible to

    The Beit Trust for a scholarship, using this

    To get help for tracking potentially qualified applicants, would you please:

    • Inform the relevant university, as part of your study application, that you will be approaching the Beit Trust for scholarship funding. Please show your work or professional experience;
    • Inform the Trust once you have submitted an application to a partner university;
    • Notify the Trust which course you’ve applied for;
    • Confirm your nationality to the Trust;
    • Zimbabweans and Malawians should send their application forms to
    • Zambians should send theirs to

    For Information about Beit Trust Postgraduate Scholarships, Click the official website HERE

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