Are you an exceptional disabled student, and you’re seeking for master’s scholarship program? Then you can apply for the Trust Masters Scholarship at the University of York.
Look no more because a trust masters scholarship program has been designed by the University of York, which is now open for applications to interested students for 2023/2024. It is designed to create influencers of the future and to accelerate disabled students through higher education.
The sweetest part of this program is that it is open to National and International disabled students who meet their expectations.
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Details about the scholarship program
- The scholarship is duly sponsored by: Snowdon Trust, UK
- The Host Institution(s) includes: the University of York, UK
- The Scholarship is Worth: Up to £30,000
- There are several awards
- The Study Level for this program is Masters
- The program is open to: Domestic & International Students
Details of the Trust Masters Scholarship
The scholarship seeks to:
- They aim to link award recipients to a larger network of disabled people through the network for disabled leaders.
- They seek to provide the foundation for exceptional Disabled Individuals who lead by example, get into leadership positions, and influence change.
- They seek to support high-achieving and ambitious disabled students through master’s programs financially.
Applicants are expected to have met certain conditions to be eligible for the university of York Snowdown trust masters scholarship.
- Exceptional leaders who can drive disability issues and create changes.
- They must have Proven achievements in academia, employment, or voluntary activities.
- In their chosen subjects, they must have shown excellence.
- Exceptional students who can create change within and beyond their academic field.
- They must have demonstrated strong leadership potential with a proven drive for success
To be eligible for this scholarship, you identify someone with the expected experience and also the following because the program is aimed at elevating excellent disabled students:
- An impairment in hearing (e.g., D/deafness or partial hearing)
- A communication, social and behavioral impairment such as an autistic spectrum condition or Tourette’s Syndrome
- A difference in learning (e.g., dyslexia, dyspraxia, or AD(H)D)
- A long-term illness or health condition which may involve pain or cause fatigue, loss of concentration, or breathing difficulties
- Any type of visual impairment uncorrected by glasses (e.g., blindness or partial sight)
- A hearing impairment (e.g., D/deafness or partial hearing)
- Any form of physical impairment or challenges with mobility (e.g., climbing stairs or uneven surfaces) or dexterity (e.g., using a keyboard)
The first thing to do is to read the guidelines before you begin your application. On your first visit, you have to click on Register to begin your application. After this process, when you’re registered, the Apply and dashboard tabs will appear on your screen, and you click on Apply to begin your application.
To make any correction or to edit an application you’ve already started, you click on the Dashboard button, then” view your applications,” and this will show you the applications you already started with.
You can log in and exit multiple times to edit or correct your application as long as you’ve not clicked the final submit button until the applications deadline (April 7, 2023)
Visit the Official Website for Further Details.