Scholarships for women in STEM 2021-2022 are extended by British Council partnered with 19 UK Universities. Women with a background in STEM are eligible to avail this outstanding opportunity.
Women from the Americas, South Asia and Southeast Asia holding an undergraduate are eligible to apply for British Council scholarships for women in STEM 2021-2022. There will be special support for mothers, so if you are a mother with a background in science, technology, engineering and mathematics this is a premium opportunity.
The British Council has launched a scholarship programme in partnership with 19 UK universities aimed at benefiting women from the Americas, South Asia, and Southeast Asia. We are looking for women with a background in STEM, who can demonstrate their need for financial support and who wish to inspire future generations of women to pursue careers in STEM.
Why a scholarship programme
This scholarship programme aims to increase opportunities in STEM for girls and women. According to data from the UN Scientific Education and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), fewer than 30 percent of researchers worldwide are women and only 30 percent of female students select STEM-related fields in higher education.
Globally, female students’ enrolment is particularly low in Information and Communications Technology (three percent), natural science, mathematics and statistics (five percent), and engineering, manufacturing and construction (eight percent).
We are looking for women who:
- are citizens and residents of the eligible countries in the Americas, South Asia and East Asia (see full list below)
- are able to take up a full-time course of study in the UK for the academic year from Sept/Oct 2021 – 2022
- can demonstrate a need for financial support
- have an undergraduate degree that will enable them to gain access onto one of the pre-selected postgraduate courses at a UK university
- can attain the level of English required for postgraduate study at a UK university now or upon completion of a pre-sessional English course
- are active in the field with work experience or a proven interest in their subject area
- are passionate about their course of study and are willing to engage as committed British Council scholarship alumni
- academic prestige – the UK’s universities are amongst the world’s leaders in STEM subjects
- economic support will include tuition fees, stipend, travel costs, visa and health coverage fees
- special support for mothers
- English language support
Applications will be made directly to the participating universities and will be available in early January 2021.
British Council scholarships for women in STEM 2021-2022
- Sri Lanka
Courses & UK Universities
- Energy Transition : Teesside University and City, University of London
- Climate Change : University of Strathclyde , Newcastle University, Edinburgh Napier University, The University of Warwick
- Health and Life-Sciences : The University of Edinburgh , Brunel University London
- Health and Life-Sciences
- Climate Change
- Energy Transition
- Industry 4.0
- Conversion masters from BA/MA in a range of disciplines
- Imperial College London
- Bangor University
- Cranfield University
- Durham University
- Robert Gordon University
- University of York
- University of Bristol
- University of Wolverhampton
South East Asia
Courses & UK Universities
- Energy Transition and Climate Change: University of Glasgow
- Health and Life-Sciences: Liverpool John Moores University
- Agriculture: University of Stirling
Information will be updated as the application process in each participating university becomes live. Check updates on the following link UPDATE INFORMATION
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