Scholarships & Grants Information
Sheffield Hallam University Scholarship For Nigerian
Students

Sheffield Hallam University is offering high-achieving
students from Nigeria a chance to apply for a scholarship
worth £3,500.

This exclusive and competitive scholarship is awarded to a
well-qualified student who can demonstrate their academic,
personal or professional success.

Applicants to all full-time, taught postgraduate courses are
eligible.

For an application form so you can apply or if you have
any questions, please email ias@shu.ac.uk

Discount to your course fees
Students from Nigeria are also eligible for an automatic
discount of £1,000 off their course fees for any full–time
postgraduate course within the following subject areas
•        accounting, banking and finance
•        biosciences and chemistry
•        built environment
•        business and management
•        diagnostic imaging
•        food and nutrition
•        forensics
•        heath – professional development
•        law        
•        nursing and midwifery
•        occupational therapy
•        physiotherapy
•        radiotherapy and oncology
•        social sciences
•        sport
•        teacher education
•        tourism, hospitality and events
This discount is automatic and you do not have to apply.

The discount is subject to terms and conditions, please
click here for more details.
Nigerian Law Scholars Fund 2014

The King's Nigerian Law Scholars Fund is a newly established
fund to help students from Nigeria to undertake postgraduate
study of LLM Law at King's. Scholarships will be worth
£25,000.

This fund is intended to give students the opportunity to
further their legal careers in an internationally recognised
centre of excellence.   

The Scholars will be selected on the basis of a personal
statement as well as demonstrable financial need. Applicants
must have a confirmed place to study the 1 year LLM Law
programme at King’s College London.

This Fund is open to Nigerian residents only. The scholarship
will be worth £25,000 and is intended to help towards the cost
of your tuition fees for the year, as well as living costs whilst
you are studying.

For more information -
click here.
International Summer School on Regulation of Local Public
Services

(Organized yearly in September in Torino, Italy
(
www.turinschool.eu/iss))

This year (2014) the summer school will take place from the 8th to
the 19th of
September.

Nigerian students are eligible for scholarships.

Participation is free for non-OECD countries, such as for Nigeria,
and includes 2-week
free accommodation in the University residence in Torino and all
the teaching
materials.
Please find more information about the initiative at
www.turinschool.eu/iss.