Noon Educational Foundation Oxford Scholarships 2012, University of Oxford, UK is open for . The scholarship allows level programm(s) in the field of taught at . The deadline of the scholarship is .Noon Educational Foundation Oxford Scholarships 2012, University of Oxford, UK
The Noon Educational Foundation was established in 1992 by Lady Viqarunnissa Noon to support scholars from Pakistan to study at leading universities in the United Kingdom. The scholarships at Oxford are funded by the Foundation, the University and a number of generous partners.
Deadline: 15 Oct 2012
Am I eligible?
Applicants should be Pakistani nationals ordinarily resident in Pakistan. Candidates who have previously studied outside of Pakistan will not normally be considered. Applicants must be planning to return to Pakistan after completing their studies.
Awards are made based on the following key criteria:
- Academic merit
- Financial need
- The potential social contribution made by the applicant on their return to Pakistan
Applicants must be applying to start any full-time undergraduate course of study at the University of Oxford.
What does it cover?
The size and duration of awards vary according to each scholar's circumstances. In recent years these have ranged from partial awards (e.g. £3,000) to fully funded scholarships (all fees and living costs).
How do I apply?
You must apply to the University of Oxford as described on the Undergraduate Admissions webpage
through the UCAS system. Please note that the closing date for all UCAS applications is 15 October 2012
and certain courses may require students to register for tests before this.
Once you have been offered a place by your college you may apply for the Noon Educational Foundation Oxford Scholarships. This will involve completing the undergraduate scholarship application form (UND_1314) and submitting it in February 2013, exact date to be confirmed.
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Noon Educational Foundation Oxford Scholarships 2012, University of Oxford, UK is available to undertake level programs at .