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Li Xiaoming Scholarships

Scholarship

Award Details

The University of Warwick will offer one Li Xiaoming Scholarship for the 2020/2021 academic year, worth up to £20,000 (payment of up to £20,000 towards tuition fees).

Eligibility

To be eligible for an award you must be a national of the People's Republic of China and applying for a taught masters course starting October 2020. Li Xiaoming dedicated his life to serving his country. Therefore, as well as being an outstanding student and from the People's Republic of China, this scholarship will be awarded to the student who is able to demonstrate how their study at Warwick and future career will contribute to society.

Deadlines

Applications must be submitted by 1 April 2020, 23.59 GMT.

All supporting documents must be provided by this date.

Please note that you will only need to provide ONE reference through your course application.

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The application process...

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Submit your application by the deadline of 1st April 2020.

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Upload all supporting documents (reference and transcripts) by deadline of 1st April 2020.

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Results will be communicated to applicants by 30th April 2020.

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How to Apply

All applicants should read the 'Guidance notes for applicants' carefully before completing the application form.

Essential Reading

We strongly advise that all applicants read the guidance listed below before completing an application form/ Park of the application will be based on the PGT scoring criteria and so it is important you are familiar with this document.

Further Information

Li Xiaoming graduated from Warwick in 2009. He was tragically killed in the devastating Haiti earthquake of 2010 whilst serving his country as a United Nations Peacekeeper. Li Xiaoming was an exceptional student with an outstanding career ahead of him, he was also a compassionate and caring individual who was very popular with all those at Warwick who knew him. This scholarship is in memory of a much-missed student.