Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics scholarships
Thinking about doing a master's?
The Graduate Institute of International Development, Agriculture and Economics (GIIDAE) offers a diverse range of scholarships including those offered by the School, the University, and by organisations outside of the University. These are offered to enable students to pursue their studies here at Reading. This page will be updated at regular intervals to highlight scholarship opportunities as they become available.
Fees and Funding
Applications will be accepted until the final eligibility date (listed for each scholarship). The Scholarships are open to applicants worldwide who have received an offer to study in one of GIIDAE’s programmes.
Applications from eligible candidates will be considered throughout the award period, but you should apply as soon as possible as they will be assessed and awarded to eligible applicants as they are received. The average turnaround for a decision on an application is approximately three weeks.
Please note that hundreds of applicants are competing for a limited number of awards that are subject to availability. If the funding is all allocated before the final eligibility date, we will post a notice to this effect on our website and through our social media accounts.
It is hoped that these Scholarships will assist students in their studies, as they pursue a variety of courses that encompass numerous global challenges.
GIIDAE Empowering Change Scholarship
Terms and Conditions for Empowering Change Scholarship
Please read this document for terms and conditions of the Empowering Change Scholarship.
GIIDAE'S SCHOLARSHIPS by country INCLUDE:
Terms and Conditions for GIIDAE Scholarships
Please read this document for Terms and conditions for all GIIDAE Scholarships.
scholarships offered through GIIDAE
We collaborate on a variety of scholarship programmes to help support students wishing to pursue their postgraduate studies with us. Our Scholarships are competitive programmes, and focus on different subjects among those on offer in the Graduate Institute. Please note that separate eligibility criteria, deadlines for application, and application processes do apply for each scholarship. We will evaluate each application as quickly as possible after it is received leading up to the final application date as per the above.
Examples of collaborations include the Clyde Higgs and Empowering Change scholarships, Marshall Papworth (not accepting new applications for 2022/23), the Rotary and Felix scholarships.
University of Reading scholarships
The University has allocated £300,000 in partial scholarships for students commencing their master's degree studies in the 2022/23 academic year. Find out more on our master's scholarships page.
Please contact the Student Financial Support Office if you have any other queries by telephone
+44 (0) 118 378 7430 or email email@example.com .
Other Scholarship Opportunities
The quickest and easiest way to apply for postgraduate study at the University of Reading is through our online application service.