This scholarship is open to students of Syrian, Jordanian, Lebanese, or Palestinian nationality, and who reside in one of these countries.
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ValueFully-funded scholarships include tuition fees, full maintenance/living costs for the duration of your course, an arrival allowance, visa and healthcare surcharge fees, and one economy return flight.
Year of entry2022
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
- hold Syrian, Jordanian, Lebanese, or Palestinian nationality, and reside in one of these countries – the Saïd Foundation will consider Syrians residing elsewhere due to current circumstances in the country
- hold an undergraduate degree equivalent to a UK 2:1 or higher (or be in the final year of an undergraduate degree)
- have applied for an eligible full-time Masters programme at Goldsmiths, University of London
- have professional/voluntary experience relevant to your field of study, and a clear career path
- have leadership potential
Applications in all subject areas are considered. You should show how your chosen programme will help you contribute to the development of your home country or region.
Applications for 2023/24 scholarships are now closed. Check back in the Autumn for information about next year's scholarships.
How to apply
Once you have applied for a programme, please go to the Saïd Foundation website for more information and to apply online. Candidates will be asked to submit a number of supporting documents with their application, including educational transcripts/certificates, a CV, and three recent references, so please read the guidance carefully before starting your application.