2018 Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology MSc Scholarship scheme at the University of Kent (Fully Funded)
2018 DICE MSc Scholarship The Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) at the University of Kent is pleased to announce its 2018 DICE MSc Scholarship scheme. The successful applicant will receive a fully funded studentship on one of our taught Master’s in our Conservation Science and Management programme.
Deadline Sunday 25th February 2018.
Who can apply ?
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Be nationals of or have official refugee status in a country that is officially recognised as Lower to Upper-Middle Income (as listed below).
- Have at least two years of work experience in the conservation sector.
- Be in possession of a good undergraduate degree, with a minimum of a UK 2:1 or equivalent.
- Meet the UK Visas and Immigration specifications and University of Kent English language requirements.
Eligible Field of Study
DICE Master’s in our Conservation Science and Management programme
MSc in Conservation Biology MSc in Conservation and International Wildlife Trade MSc in Conservation and Primate Behaviour MSc in Conservation and Project Management MSc in Conservation and Rural Development MSc in Conservation and Tourism
– MSc in Conservation Biology
– MSc in Conservation and International Wildlife Trade
– MSc in Conservation and Primate Behaviour
– MSc in Conservation and Project Management
– MSc in Conservation and Rural Development
– MSc in Conservation and Tourism
Benefits of the Scholarship
The Scholarship will cover full tuition fees, a monthly stipend and assistance in travel expenses to and from the UK. The scholarship is for one of the six Taught Master’s Courses offered at DICE (as listed below) starting in September 2018.
Once you have identified a suitable course, please send a covering letter and a 2 page CV to email@example.com by For more details on DICE and the courses on offer please visit the DICE website. DICE is part of the School of Anthropology and Conservation.
List of eligible countries (as defined by the World Bank)
Afghanistan Dominica Liberia São Tomé and Principe Albania Dominican Republic Libya Senegal Algeria Ecuador Macedonia, FYR Serbia American Samoa Egypt, Arab Rep. Madagascar Sierra Leone Angola El Salvador Malawi Solomon Islands Argentina Equatorial Guinea Malaysia Somalia Armenia Eritrea Maldives South Africa Azerbaijan Ethiopia Mali South Sudan Bangladesh Fiji Marshall Islands Sri Lanka Belarus Gabon Mauritania St. Lucia Belize Gambia, The Mauritius St. Vincent and the Grenadines Benin Georgia Mexico Sudan Bhutan Ghana Micronesia, Fed. Sts. Suriname Bolivia Grenada Moldova Swaziland Bosnia and Herzegovina Guatemala Mongolia Syrian Arab Republic Botswana Guinea Montenegro Tajikistan Brazil Guinea-Bissau Morocco Tanzania Bulgaria Guyana Mozambique Thailand Burkina Faso Haiti Myanmar Timor-Leste Burundi Honduras Namibia Togo Cabo Verde India Nepal Tonga Cambodia Indonesia Nicaragua Tunisia Cameroon Iran, Islamic Rep. Niger Turkey Central African Republic Iraq Nigeria Turkmenistan Chad Jamaica Pakistan Tuvalu China Jordan Palau Uganda Colombia Kazakhstan Panama Ukraine Comoros Kenya Papua New Guinea Uzbekistan Congo, Dem. Rep Kiribati Paraguay Vanuatu Congo, Rep. Korea, Dem. People’s Rep. Peru Venezuela, RB Costa Rica Kosovo Philippines Vietnam Côte d’Ivoire Kyrgyz Republic Romania West Bank and Gaza Croatia Lao PDR Russian Federation Yemen, Rep. Cuba Lebanon Rwanda Zambia Djibouti Lesotho Samoa Zimbabwe