Palestine Humanitarian Scholarship 2024 – Goldsmiths University

Palestine Humanitarian Scholarship

The Palestine Humanitarian Scholarship application form is currently available for interested and suitably qualified Palestinian graduate students who are unable to further or fund their master’s program.

This scholarship is one of its kind which as a postgraduate student you can’t afford to lose. The scholarship comes with a lot of benefits.

Palestine Humanitarian Scholarship Benefits

  1. A full tuition fee waiver
  2. A living allowance of £19,550 for their year of study, and
  3. A return trip to and from the UK.
Eligibility and Requirements

You must meet the general eligibility criteria and regulations:

Be Palestinian, priority will be given to those residents in the West Bank, Gaza or one of the Palestinian Refugee Camps
Be currently residing in Palestine or be a holder of Palestinian travel documents.
Require a Student Visa to study in the UK.

Be holding an offer of study on a taught Masters programme at Goldsmiths in 2024.

Priority will be given to applicants who have not studied at a university outside the West Bank, Gaza Israel, or Lebanon.

Priority will be given to applicants who have not previously completed a postgraduate degree or are studying for a postgraduate degree at the time of application.

If you are applying for a 2-year course, the scholarship will only cover 1 year.

How to Apply
  • Please complete the application form before the deadline.
  • Applications for 2024 are open from 5 February to 26 April.
  • If you wish to live in Goldsmiths accommodation you must make a separate application.
  • Do not forget to include in the notes section that you are applying for the Humanitarian Scholarship.
Important Notice on Selection
  • Successful applicants will be selected on a competitive basis.
  • Initial shortlisting by eligibility criteria will be completed by our Scholarships Co-ordinator.
  • All applicants who meet the eligibility criteria are then forwarded to the next selection stage.
  • Applications will then be considered by an awarding panel. All panel members understand that applicants will have a broad range of differing skills, attributes and experiences, so they will give equal consideration to both the applicant’s academic record and their answers to the questions posed in the award application form.
  • The panel will consist of representatives from Admissions, an academic department, and the Students’ Union (or associated student representative eg President of the Palestine Society).
  • The panel will assess the applications against the stated criteria.
  • Final award recipients and reserve candidates will be decided by the panel.

Additionally, please keep an eye on our website for more updates on Palestine Humanitarian Scholarship and do not forget to use the comment section below if you have any question.

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