The British High Commission and the British Council invite Malaysia’s future leaders, decision makers and opinion formers to apply for the UK’s prestigious British Chevening Scholarships programme. The programme funds full-time post-graduate study for one-year at a UK university of the student’s own choosing.
|The British Chevening Scholarships Malaysia Programme – 2012/13 Details|
Applicants with a Lower second class degree but with impressive career achievements may also apply. There are no minimum or maximum age limits for the scholarships, provided the other application criteria are met.
Candidates are also expected to show a commitment to return to Malaysia, where they will contribute to the country’s socio-economic development using the new skills and knowledge acquired during their stay in the UK. On return to Malaysia Scholars will automatically become members of the Chevening Alumni Malaysia, and will benefit from the networking and other opportunities that this offers.
|Field of Study||We are looking for candidates in the following fields:
|Scholarship Package||Academic fees with the exception of business school programmes, where the fees element of the scholarships is capped at £12,000, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office will pay academic fees directly to the institution concerned on behalf of successful applicants). Candidates wishing to study a course with academic fees exceeding £12,000 per year should expect to part-fund their study.
The scholarships are only given for studies of up to one year’s duration. They are not applicable for PhDs, undergraduate studies or professional courses (e.g. ACCA, RIBA, ICSA, Bar Vocational courses etc). Scholarships are not awarded for studies outside the UK, for distance learning or for part-time studies.
|How To Apply||Application procedure
All applications must be made on-line via E-Chevening Application SystemApplications to British institutions of higher education
There is no restriction on which UK university a candidate can apply to. Candidates are advised to secure a confirmed place at a UK university before interview. Those invited to interview will be asked to give strong reasons for their final choice of university and subject of study.Candidates should undertake some research about UK higher education before applying. Please visit the Education UKwebsite for further information about studying in the UK. Candidates should have already made applications to the institutions of their choice by the time of interview.
Short-listed candidates will be expected to attend an interview in Kuala Lumpur when requested.
Please be advised that only those selected for interview will be contacted. No correspondence will be entered into as to why an applicant has not been short-listed.
The British High Commission and British Council will screen application forms and draw up a shortlist of candidates. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
|Closing Date||The closing date is 23 january 2012|
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