Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Developing Country Students

Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Developing Country Students is a scholarship program for masters student. Student who are interested to pursue their masters degree program in University of Westminster can participate in this scholarship program.


Scholarship in:  University of Westminster, United Kingdom.

Scholarship for: Masters degree programs.

Number of Scholarship: one in each year.

Target group: International students from developing countries.

Benefits of this scholarship:

Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for Developing Country Students is a very prestigious and beneficial scholarship program. Normally students of masters degree continue education in parallel with some job. But those masters student who will get Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship won’t have to hold a job for living. The benefits of this scholarship includes all. The benefits are:

  • Full tuition fee waivers,
  • Accommodation expenses,
  • Living expenses and
  • Flights to and from London.


To be eligible for Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship a candidate must fulfill the following criteria.

  • Must be a citizen of developing country
  • Must demonstrate financial crisis
  • Must have received full time masters program offer from University of Westminster

The candidate who meet this eligibility can apply for this scholarship program.

How to Apply:
To apply for Westminster Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship follow the steps

  1. First apply for admission in University of Westminster
  2. After have received the admission offer letter of full time undergraduate program, collect Scholarship Application Form from the financial aid department
  3. Fill-up the form and send it by Postal service to the address below:

Scholarships Office First Floor, Cavendish House 101 New Cavendish Street London W1W 6XH United Kingdom.

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