Here is the list of documents needed for applying for the scholarships for a master's degree.
Verified copies of your credentials, including degree certificates and transcripts, that show the subjects taken and your grades.
If you're currently studying, include a transcript of your most recent grades. If your credentials are in a language other than English, include official translations in addition to copies of the original papers.
Submit an English language test certificate if English is not your first language.
Income, Caste, Nativity Certificate
Physical Disability Certificate (if applicable)
Passport size photograph
English language qualification (if applicable)
A copy of your passport. Your passport is essential to get your Certificate of Acceptance for Studies (CAS) statement, which permits you to apply for a Tier 4 visa to study.
A copy of your sponsor letter or the scholarship award copies or any additional supporting papers, such as a CV, personal statement, or portfolio.
Students can use the scholarship money to pay for living expenses, just as it can be used to pay for tuition. In the end, if other scholarships and grants cover a student's tuition, they can utilize the extra funds to pay for room and board.
A letter from your doctor confirming the information you submitted in your application and indicating the extent to which your impairment or medical condition has affected your studies.
Informal, obsolete, or generic papers will not be considered if they do not prove the level of achievement/involvement. Some of these examples include images of emails or documents that are more than two years old.
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