Applications for entry in 2022-23 Institute of Education (IOE) academic session are now open. IOE is overwhelmed for receiving a donation from the family of its previous Director Sir Fred Clarke. The donation is made to provide scholarships for teachers from South Africa through the IOE-Clarke Master’s Scholarship.
University College London are inviting suitably qualified teachers from South Africa to apply for the IOE-Clarke Scholarship in the UK for the 2023/23 academic session. The scholarship covers full tuition fee and stipends for other expenditures.
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Eligible programmes for IOE-Clarke Master’s Scholarship
Master’s degree courses offered at IOE.
South African citizens only.
The scholarship will cover return flights to London, course tuition fees, and a monthly stipend for accommodation and subsistence in London.
To be eligible for IOE-Clarke Master’s Scholarship, you must:
- a national of (and resident in) South Africa
- practicing school teachers
- have an unconditional offer to study a campus based masters’ degree at IOE.
If you fulfil all the above criteria, please email IOEinternational@ucl.ac.uk to request a scholarship application form. Remember to include your Student ID number in the email.
2 May, 2022.
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