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The British Institute of Technology and E-commerce : BRITISH SCHOLARSHIPS
Jul 04, 2011 (07:07 AM EDT)
LONDON, July 4, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
The British Institute of Technology and E-commerce in London is to offer full tuition fee scholarships for Masters programmes to students with a first class honours degree. B|I|T|E's Master programmes are validated by Coventry University, University of East London and University of Wales.
B|I|T|E is working with leading newspapers, companies and airlines internationally to publicise its efforts to find the best candidates for the scholarships. Candidates must submit a 700 - 1,000 word essay entitled "How I can benefit society by studying for a Masters degree in London". The standard of written English in their essay must be of a high level and entirely the own work of the candidate.
The scholarship is open to students who have already begun a career in a relevant scholarship area. They must have between two and five years working experience with an excellent track record illustrating their achievements and potential to use the skills gained during the B|I|T|E scholarship to make a difference in their country. They must have achieved a first class undergraduate degree and provide certificate and transcript of their academic record. Students must be 23 years old or older, resident in their country at the time of application and provide their birth certificate or Court sworn declaration of age. They must demonstrate a good level of English language proficiency. A minimum of 6.5 IELTS score is required.
Chief executive of B|I|T|E, Dr Muhammad Farmer said "B|I|T|E wants to bridge skills gap between nations and support the advancement of international education. We are looking forward to welcoming the best and brightest of international students from around the globe."
"The British Institute of Technology and E-commerce is a catalyst organisation bringing together business and education."
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