Snowdon Trust Masters Scholarship in the UK for 2022/2023 (Funded)

The Snowdon Trust is proud to announce its Masters Scholarships for the year 2022/2023. These scholarships are awarded to individuals with disabilities who wish to pursue a postgraduate degree at a UK university.

To date, The Snowdon Trust has been able to support over 650 students from all over the world with their studies. The Scholarships contribute to tuition fees, maintenance allowances, and other costs such as special equipment needed for studying purposes.

Scholarship Sponsor(s): The Snowdon Trust.

Scholarship Type: Full Scholarship.

Scholarship level: Master Degree Programmes.

The Snowdon Trust is inviting applications for Masters Scholarship in the UK for 2022/2023. The Snowdon Trust offers financial support to disabled students who are studying a postgraduate course (e.g. MA, MSc, MPhil, LLM or PhD) at any UK university and need help with extra costs that arise from their disability.

Eligible Countries: This scholarship is available to students from all over the world.

Type: Masters

Value Of Scholarships: The scholarship will cover the following costs: tuition fees; books and equipment; specialist equipment; a contribution to travel expenses; access costs and support workers’ fees.

Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:

Be a UK resident, who has been ordinarily resident in the UK since birth or childhood.

Be undertaking your first postgraduate course of study at any UK university (e.g. MA, MSc, LLM, MPhil or PhD).

Have a disability which means that you require additional financial help in order to undertake your studies (this might include mobility difficulties, chronic illness, dyslexia or other specific learning difficulties).

How To Apply: Please visit their website for more application details

Snowdon Trust Masters Scholarship in the UK is open for students intrested in Masters scholarships in the UK. The scholarship allows Masters level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Universities in UK . The deadline of the scholarship is ongoing.

The Snowdon Trust Masters Scholarship is a scholarship from the Snowdon Trust that is available for deaf and hard of hearing students in the UK. The scholarship provides up to £10,000 for each year of postgraduate study.

The Snowdon Trust Masters Scholarship aims to assist deaf and hard of hearing students who are unable to access the funding they need to be able to study at postgraduate level.

The trust does not fund students studying towards a first degree, or those wishing to study for a second undergraduate degree, but it does support students wanting to undertake further studies beyond their first undergraduate degree. Students who are offered a place on an approved course should consider applying for funding.

The Snowdon Trust Masters Scholarship is funded by the proceeds of the Will of Miss Mary Snowdon and administered by a Board of Trustees.

The Snowdon Trust Fund is the leading charity in the UK for people with disabilities. They are currently accepting applications from disabled students who wish to pursue their master’s degrees in the UK for academic year 2020/2021.

The Snowdon Trust was established by Baroness Snowdon, widow of Lord Snowdon, the photographer and designer well known for his marriage to Princess Margaret. The trust supports disabled students across the United Kingdom to undertake postgraduate education as a means of improving their career prospects.

The main purpose of the awards is to provide financial assistance to students with disabilities who wish to pursue a postgraduate course at any accredited university in the UK. The awards will be made up to a maximum value of £10,000 per annum. The Trustees may vary this amount depending on the type of course chosen and any other relevant factors considered appropriate by them at that time.

Snowdon Trust is offering a Masters Scholarship of £2,000 per year for three years to a student who has an impairment, defined as a long term condition which significantly affects their mobility and/or ability to carry out everyday activities.

The Snowdon Trust offers seven grants per year to Masters students from the UK. These are open to any student with an impairment, regardless of the course they wish to study.

The Snowdon Trust offers grants to people with a disability who are in financial need and want to undertake work or study.

The Snowdon Trust can fund a range of things, including:

-adaptions to your home or vehicle

-technology to help you study

-therapies that might not be readily available on the NHS

-specialist equipment

-support costs such as childcare, mentoring, and transport