University of Sussex are offering 100 Masters scholarships to talented students for postgraduate studies at their prestigious university. This is available on a competitive basis to UK/EU and non-EU students.

Value of the award:
Scholarships of £10,000 which are available for 2015 only and standard scholarships of £3,000.

Eligibility:
For £10,000 Enhanced Chancellor's Masters Scholarships - specific criteria
• You must graduate with a first-class honours degree from any UK higher education institution
• You must have paid annual tuition fees of £9,000 or more in each of the last three years of undergraduate study
• You must have applied for your chosen full-time Masters course by 1 August
• You must accept and meet any conditions of your offer.

For £3,000 Chancellor's Masters Scholarship - specific criteria
• You must already have or expect to achieve a first-class honours degree from any UK higher education institution
• You must have paid tuition fees of less than £9,000 in each of the last three years of undergraduate study
• You must have applied for your chosen full-time Masters course by 1 August
• You must accept and meet any conditions of your offer.

Eligible Masters courses
All full-time taught Masters degree courses at the University of Sussex are eligible (e.g. MA, MSc, LLM) excluding the following courses:
• Postgraduate diplomas (including Common Professional Examination (CPE), Law and Economics)
• Masters degrees in Social Work (if receiving a bursary)
• Social Work post qualifying Masters degrees
• PGCE courses and schools direct teaching courses
• MSc Automotive Engineering
• MA degrees in IDS apart from MA Gender and Development and MSc in Climate Change and Development
• Masters degrees at the Brighton and Sussex Medical School

How to apply?
For your scholarship to be considered, you must apply online for an eligible full-time Masters course between 1 October 2014 and 1 August 2015 via their application system.

Deadline of applications will be on 1st August 2015.

Full details for this scholarship can be read at sussex.ac.uk