Scholarships for online Master of Public Health at the University of Manchester; Eligible Countries: Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania

Opting for online education while you are struggling with the costs of traveling to study abroad, accommodation fees, fee insurance, monthly allowance and many other costs is the perfect solution. Additionally, if you are planning to benefit of an international education provided by the best online university, studying from the comfort of your home is a doable fact. In spite of all rumors you have heard about dedicating your time to an online education form as a waste of knowledge and money, students like yourself are opting more and more for this type of education. Not only distance learning courses are helping you save your time you would definitely spend between home and classes but they are also a good source of gaining knowledge for the fraction of the traditional education costs.

The University of Manchester understands this struggle that is why is offering to Rwandan, Tanzanian, and Ugandan students the possibility to study online Master of Public Health where meritorious students will be repaid through online scholarships. An amazing aspect is that the scholarships cover all tuition fees, course materials and examinations. Distance learning courses offer the flexibility to mix up study with family and work as well as other commitments.

Master’s scholarships are offered to talented applicants who come from a disadvantaged background who do not have otherwise the opportunity to obtain a UK qualification. In order to apply, entrants must have at least two years’ relevant post-graduation work experience and hold a first or upper second class undergraduate degree. They must be resident citizens of Tanzania, Rwanda or Uganda and have not previously studied outside Africa.

Additionally, you will have to demonstrate competency in the English language which means that you will need one of the following to satisfy the English admission requirements:

  • IELTS score of 6.5 (with no less than 6.0 in writing)
  • IBT TOEFL: score of 90 (with no sub-test below 22)
  • English grade of C in the Tanzania Certificate of Secondary Education (CSE)
  • English grade of 4 in the Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE)

Currently, the applications are closed but they will open on October 1st 2017. You will have to check the following link http://www.manchester.ac.uk/study/masters/funding/international/equity-merit-scholarships/online-masters-public-health/ and apply for the scholarship using the link that will be provided then. Scholarships are merit-based and it is not necessary that you have an academic offer of admission to apply for the scholarship.

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  1. I am Ufindi angelo, a South Sudanese looking for opportunity of Scholarship to study Master E-health Management at Rome business school ( E\’ mail: info @romebusinessschool.it) in from March 2018 one year course.So all along my searches for scholarship South Sudan in missing in the lists of the eligible Countries so what will I do for this issue?

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