We encourage you to secure your own scholarships. If you are unable to cover the full cost of your studies and you come from a low to middle-income country as defined below, TSL offers the prestigious David Sainsbury International Full MSc Scholarship in Global Plant Health to a limited number of applicants on a competitive basis. All applicants from other countries will be considered for a David Sainsbury International 10% Fee Scholarship in Global Plant Health on a competitive basis.
The Sainsbury Laboratory is committed to the highest standard of fundamental and applied scientific research into molecular plant-microbe interactions. David Sainsbury became Lord Sainsbury of Turville in October, 1997. He was appointed Minister of Science and Innovation from July 1998 until November 2006, and had responsibility for the Office of Science and Technology, Innovation, Space, the Bioscience and Chemical Industries, and the Patent Office.... read more
Each Full MSc Scholarship will cover up to the full cost of the tuition fee (£29,000 for 2022/23), maintenance grant (exact value at the UKRI postgraduate researcher stipend level to be determined for 2022/23; in 2021/22 it was £15,609) and an additional £4,000 for travel costs (subject to valid economy class travel receipts), minus any other awards or scholarships you are in possession of.
No separate application is necessary to be considered for a David Sainsbury Scholarship. Scholarships will be awarded based on the application form submitted to UEA to enrol on the MSc in Global Plant Health before the deadline on the UEA website. If you do not provide us with the required information for application when prompted, or if you provide us with incomplete or incorrect information, we will not be able to process your Scholarship application further.