British Council Scholarships
The British Council is offering different scholarships for Indian students wishing to make the most of their UK education.
The Felix Scholarship enables outstanding students from India to pursue graduate studies in any subject at the University of Oxford, the University of Reading and the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London (SOAS). Felix has been supporting students at Oxford since 1991. The scholarships are administered by the three partner universities, with the support of the Felix Trustees.
The Commonwealth Scholarship is aimed at students of Commonwealth countries who can make a significant contribution to their home country after the completion of a higher education programme in the UK. This is a source of funding made available to all Commonwealth countries by the Commonwealth Scholarships Commission.
1. Medicine (UK): Cancer Research (including Cancer epidemiology); Cardiology, Gynecology, Medicine, Neurology, ENT, Orthopaedics and Dentistry. Scholarships are assigned for project oriented training in higher techniques and methodology and are not for generalized training/studies leading to a degree or diploma.
2. Engineering & Technology: Studies, Remote Sensing Technology, Communication Engineering, Biotechnology or Biochemical Engineering, Robotics, Computer Applications/Computer Science, Aerospace Engg./Aeronautics, Civil Engineering, Material Science, Mining Engineering and Marine Engineering.
3.Science (Pure & Applied): Mathematics, Molecular Biology, Physics and Chemistry (including Pharmaceutical/Medicinal Chemistry).
Agriculture & Allied Field: Agronomy and Forestry.
4.Humanities & Social Science: History, sociology, Management Studies, Economics, Philosophy, Psychology, Computer Application, Law, English (Literature/Logistic) and Political Science with International Relations.
Agatha Harrison Memorial Fellowship
Agatha Harrison Memorial Fellowship was constituted by the Government of the India at St. Antony’s College, Oxford (U.K.). This fellowship is for Advanced Research in Modern Indian Studies in History, Economics & Political Science.
Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship
Reliance Industries Limited generously created the Stanford Reliance Dhirubhai Fellowship Program to support Indian nationals living in India who need financial assistance in obtaining an MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Newcastle University India Undergraduate Scholarship
Newcastle University offers two scholarship awards for students from India. The scholarship is worth £5,500 payable towards the first year of tuition fees. These scholarships are offered in partnership with the British Council through their GREAT Scholarship Scheme.
Newcastle University India Postgraduate Scholarship
Newcastle University offers 10 scholarship awards for students from India. The scholarship is worth £3,000 payable towards the first year of tuition fees. Five of these scholarships are offered in partnership with the British Council through their GREAT Scholarship Scheme.
TOEFL Scholarship Program
The TOEFL Scholarship Program in India is open to any student residing in India who starts an undergraduate or graduate degree program at a college or university listed in the TOEFL Destination Search. Fifteen scholarships valued at US$7,000 each are given.
Aberystwyth International Scholarship
The Aberystwyth International Scholarships, worth £2,000 a year each towards tuition fees, will be available for International (non-EU) students commencing a full-time undergraduate programme. It is not necessary to apply for the Scholarship – all international applicants will automatically be considered.
International Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships
Aberystwyth University offers International Excellence Undergraduate Scholarships that are worth £8,000 in tuition fee discounts over the duration of a 3 year degree scheme. These scholarships are available for international students applying to study a full degree (not gaining entry to Years 2 or 3 of the course).
Axol Science Scholarship
Axol Bioscience offers future life scientists the opportunity to receive $2000 in funding for any life science related degree program. Applicants must be enrolled or accepted for a graduate or undergraduate degree (BSc or higher) for the 16/17 academic year at a recognised university. The degree program / research area must be in a life science field with a ‘wet-lab’ component (bench-based research such as molecular or cell biology); medicine, veterinary and pharmacy students are not eligible.