The University College London in the United Kingdom is offering the Monica Hulse Scholarship Program. The scholarship will be awarded to any student who already admitted to the Department of Mathematics for full-time Master’s study or MPhil/PhD research. Students from all over the world are eligible to apply.
This Scholarship, founded in 2004, is funded from a regular lifetime gift from Dr Paul Hulse, alumnus of UCL, in memory of his mother, Monica Hulse (1934-1999). One scholarship is awarded annually to a prospective graduate student from any country admitted to the Department of Mathematics for full-time Master’s study or MPhil/PhD research.
The winner of the Monica Hulse Scholarship will receive £1,000 for one year only.
Level and Area of Studies
Master and PhD degree mathematics.
Place of Study
The study will be taken at the University College London in UK.
Eligibility and Criteria
- University College London – Monica Hulse Scholarships in UK, 2019 is available to candidates from all nationalities.
- Candidates intending to pursue their masters or Ph.D. studies can apply.
- The applicants of University College London – Monica Hulse Scholarships in UK, 2019 must be enrolled in a full-time program in the Department of Mathematics at UCL.
- Candidates are not permitted to receive any other special funding.
There is no nationality restriction to apply this Monica Hulse Scholarship.
Candidates wishing to apply for the Scholarship must send written notice of their intention to apply for the Scholarship, along with an academic CV, to the Graduate Tutor in the Department of Mathematics. Applicants should not normally be in receipt of any other special funding (other than in exceptional circumstances).
31 May every year.