Malaysia Summer School 2020 - Santander Awards

University of Portsmouth Global Office

Visit the metropolis of Kuala Lumpur and the rainforests of Borneo on our fantastic Summer School to broaden your horizons and experience Asian culture

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Requisitos

Please complete the Personal Statement form below to apply for the £1200 Santander Award. Submissions must be received by 11 February 2020.


Información General

Descripción de la beca:

University of Portsmouth partner Santander has provided funding towards our Malaysia Summer School 2020. There are four awards of £1200 available to reduce the cost of attending. This supports the University of Portsmouth's Widening Participation agenda for Home Students whose participation in an extra-curricular trip would otherwise not be financially possible. Successful applicants will be responsible for paying the remaining cost of the trip (£800).

Trip dates: 1 to 15 August 2020

Trip cost covers: Flights, accommodation, in-country travel, all activities/visits, most meals.

Programme

Week 1 in Kuala Lumpur

  • Lessons on Malay language, civil liberties, socio-political overview of Malaysia
  • Visits include Batu Caves, Petronas Twin Towers, Selangor, UNESCO World Heritage City of Melaka

Week 2 in Kuching

  • Visits to Semanggoh Orang Utan Sanctuary, Crocodile Park, Sarawak Cultural Village
  • 2 days of rainforest treks, boat trips and river cruise
País de destino: Malasia
Duración de la beca: Single trip
Importe: £1,200
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Número de becas ofrecidas: 4
Información Adicional:

Eligibility

  • Eligibility is restricted to Home (UK) applicants.
  • Students must have an assessed household income of less than £25,000 as assessed by Student Finance England (or equivalent) for 2019/20 academic year and evidence will be required.
  • Applicants for the £1200 awards will be required to complete a personal statement outlining why they feel they would benefit from the scheme in no more than 500 words. This statement will assist the selection panel in making the final award decision.
  • The deadline for receiving the personal statements is 11 February 2020 


Selection Process

A panel consisting of four staff from the UoP Global Office will review all the personal statements and make the final decision on which students will receive the awards. The decision will be based on who the panel feel will benefit most from the support, with priority going to those who have overcome significant barriers to enter Higher Education. Due to the personal and confidential nature of the information provided, comparative feedback cannot be provided and the panel’s decision is final. All applicants for the £1200 award will receive an email with the decision on 12 February 2020. The successful candidates will also receive full details of the payment schedule for the deposit and balance. 


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