29 February 2020.
The IELTS Prize is awarded to high-calibre individuals with the motivation to develop their career, and who demonstrate the potential to contribute to society what they have gained from their undergraduate or postgraduate study experience.
Ten lucky IELTS test-takers in each of the countries below will be given a £3,000 prize to turn their academic dreams into reality. So the test that’s trusted by educational institutions and universities globally could take you to even further, opening doors to your ideal academic field, institution, and destination.
The prize is open to test takers living in Colombia, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates or Uzbekistan.
Opportunity Focus Areas:
The Award is open for the following degree programs:
- Undergraduate degree in any subject
- Postgraduate degree in any subject
- Shortlisting, selection and winners announcement: March 2020
- Awards ceremony: April 2020
- The IELTS Prize will be paid directly to you in August 2020 after British Council has officially confirmed your status with the institution you are planning to attend and received proof of your valid study visa.
- be a permanent resident in one of the following countries: Colombia, India, Pakistan, Nigeria, United Arab Emirates or Uzbekistan
- begin undergraduate or postgraduate study in academic year 2020/2021
- attend a higher educational institution that accepts IELTS as part of its admission requirements
- register for an IELTS test with the British Council between January 2019 and February 2020 and be able to produce a valid IELTS score in the application form
- have a minimum overall band score of 5
- be able to provide an acceptance letter from the attending institution by July 2020
- £3,000 awarded to 10 winners per country.
Sign up to start your application
Complete the IELTS Prize online application form and submit it together with uploaded copies of your:
1. IELTS Test Report Form
2. Recent photograph
3. Passport or identification document proving your permanent residency in one of the eligible countries
4. Special requirements certificate (if applicable).
Add your personal statement
As part of the applicant, you are required to submit a personal statement describing your reasons for applying for a particular course and in what ways you expect your study experience to make a difference to your life and those around you. It should be no more than 500 words.
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Fatma Zalat/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Sama Saeed/ Egypt”
MARJ3 Scholarships team