The Julius Nyerere Scholarship was set up in 2009 in memory of Mwalimu Julius Nyerere who led Tanganyika to independence in 1961 and became the first prime minister and later president of Tanzania. Nyerere received a scholarship in 1949 to attend the University of Edinburgh where he obtained a Masters of Arts degree that saw him study courses in English, Political Economy, Social Anthropology, British History, Economic History, Constitutional Law, and Moral Philosophy. The University of Edinburgh will offer one scholarship to a student from Tanzania for postgraduate Masters study in any subject offered by the University.
- * The scholarship is awarded broadly on the basis of academic merit, with candidates requiring a Bachelors degree equivalent to a UK First Class Honors (‘First’) or Upper Division/Upper Second Class Honors (‘2:1’) degree.
- * The scholarships will be awarded to Tanzanian citizen who is normally resident in Tanzania, and who is accepted for admission on a full-time basis for a postgraduate Master’s programme of study at the University of Edinburgh.
- * Applicants who already hold a degree from outside Tanzania will not be considered.
- * Applicants should already have been offered a place at the University of Edinburgh and should have firmly accepted that offer or be intending to do so.
Number of Scholarships: 1
Value of the Program: The scholarship will cover Tuition Fees and an annual stipend of £13,500.
Duration: The scholarships will be tenable for one academic year.
How to Apply: Visit link below