Tony Shaw – International Students House (ISH) Scholarships at University of Westminster 548 views

Type of Funding

Fully funded




The University of Westminster is offering the Tony Shaw – International Students House (ISH) Scholarships to students from developing countries who wish to apply for full-time Masters degree courses within the Westminster Business School, commencing AY 2019/2020.


This is a full scholarship which covers full tuition fee award, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.


Applicants must be from developing countries, which includes middle-income countries (see the Official Website for eligible countries) and must possess the equivalence of a UK First Class Honours degree. They should possess a high level of academic excellence. They have to demonstrate financial need and development potential. Only those who have applied for admission for a place on the course they wish to study and who have received either a conditional or unconditional offer are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Those with an Equivalent Level Qualification (ELQ) are ineligible to apply for a scholarship. This means that a graduate applying for another undergraduate degree or a Masters graduate applying for a postgraduate degree are ineligible as he/she is considered as an ELQ student. The only exception to this where the international Masters qualification is regarded as equivalent to a UK undergraduate degree.

Those who have already obtained a degree in a developed country are not eligible for apply for this full scholarship.

Courses in 1 or more of the below categories are not eligible for the scholarship:

  • Postgraduate Diploma (e.g. Graduate Diploma in Law).
  • Professional practice courses (e.g. RIBA pt III).
  • Conversion courses.
  • Integrated foundation year or masters.
  • PhD.


The application form, which is available online, has to be sent by post, to reach the University by 31 May 2019. As it takes 4 to 6 weeks to get a course offer, scholarship applicants should apply for admission to their chosen course/s at least 6 weeks before 31 May 2019.

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