Scholarships for International Students Starting Master’s Programmes in UK

The Faculty of Medicine is providing scholarships for students starting full-time or part-time Master’s programmes in October 2018, and applications for the 18/19 scholarships are now open.

Imperial College London is the only UK University to focus entirely on science, engineering, medicine, and business. International reputation for excellence in teaching and research sees us consistently rated in the top 10 universities worldwide.



Scholarships Number and Award:

The Dean’s Master’s Scholarship: Up to nine scholarships of £10,000 available for applicants to study an MSc or MRes course run by the Faculty of Medicine beginning in October 2018.

The Dr. Jean Alero Thomas Scholarship: A new scholarship programme for the Faculty of Medicine, offering up to two scholarships to Home and EU students for lab-based MSc or MRes Master’s Programmes.


Education Level & Subject:

Scholarships are available to pursue master degree programme in the Faculty of Medicine.



General eligibility

These awards are open to all students who make an application to the Faculty of Medicine by 24 April 2018  for admission to study for a full-time or part-time Master’s programme (or PG Cert for a course where that is the only route to the higher degree) at Imperial College London, starting in October 2018.

Please note that these awards can only be given to students who are studying a programme run by the Faculty of Medicine. For a full list of these programmes, please see our Master’s programmes page.

If you are hoping to study a Master’s programme run by another faculty, please see a list of other scholarship programmes which you may be eligible for.

Residence eligibility

Applications are accepted from talented candidates from across the world for the Dean’s Master’s Scholarships and from the UK and the EU for the Dr. Jean Alero Thomas Scholarships. Please see the Fee assessment guidance notes [pdf] if you are unsure of your ordinary resident status.

Academic eligibility

Candidates are expected to be able to provide evidence of outstanding academic ability. This will usually mean being among the highest achievers in their undergraduate cohort, and in receipt of, or due to receive a first class UK Honours degree or equivalent. An applicant who does not meet this requirement (e.g. holds a second class undergraduate degree, is a health professional who did not undertake a degree course, or is from a non-traditional background) will be considered if they are able to demonstrate that they have outstanding academic potential and substantial experience relevant to their chosen subject area.

-Imperial College London considers IELTS scores [6.5 overall (minimum 6.0 in all elements) and 7.0 overall (minimum 6.5 in all elements)] to be valid for 2 years. Scores must be valid at the beginning of their studies at Imperial if their application is successful.


How to Apply:

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April 24, 2018


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