We are offering one scholarship worth £10,000 for a student from Vietnam to study the MSc Global Environmental Change or the MSc Agriculture for Sustainable Development at our Medway Campus.

You will study under the guidance of world-leading scientists at our award-winning Natural Resources Institute, which has a long history of addressing global agricultural and environmental challenges around the world.

The scholarship is jointly funded by the British Council, the GREAT Britain Campaign, and the Natural Resources Institute, University of Greenwich. It offers a minimum of £10,000 towards tuition fees for either of these one-year master’s degrees concerned with climate change.

Am I eligible?

To apply you will need to meet the following criteria:

  1. You must hold a Vietnamese passport and be resident in Vietnam when you apply;
  2. You must have completed all your previous studies in Vietnam;
  3. You must hold an offer to study our MSc Global Environmental Change or our MSc Agriculture for Sustainable Development degree on a full-time basis in September 2021.

(If you don’t yet hold an offer, it’s not too late to apply for a place).

How to apply

Email C.Walsh@gre.ac.uk with the following information:

  • Full Name
  • Application ID number
  • Course title (from the list above)
  • Highest qualification you hold
  • Name of current/previous educational institution
  • Correspondence email
  • Future plans (a few sentences about what you plan to do after finishing your MSc degree and your interest in sustainable development).

Key dates and deadlines

  • Application deadline: 31 May 2021.

We will aim to notify the successful candidate by 18 June 2021, once a decision has been made.

Conditions

Further details

The British Council is leading a global programme ahead of the 26th UN Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow in November 2021 to support the UK Government’s COP26 objectives.

These are to create a ‘whole of society’ COP26, to build the political environment for effective negotiations, and to raise domestic and international ambitions to reach net zero carbon emissions.

The British Council is supporting 26 scholarships for COP26, with the aim of raising awareness amongst young people of the importance of green jobs and nurturing talent for the green industries.

Questions?

For more information on the GREAT Scholarships for a sustainable future 2021, please visit Study UK and the British Council website in your country.

If you would like further assistance with your application, please contact Dr Conor Walsh (C.Walsh@gre.ac.uk).

We offer more scholarships and bursaries. See a full list.