Scholarships for women in STEM: announced by the British Council
The grants are designed to assist the recipients in progressing in their professions and to give them the open and honest discussion and expertise to support technology and development in their native countries.
The third intake of British Council Scholarships for Women in STEM was just revealed by the British Council. For female STEM researchers from India and other southern nations in Asia, there are 26 grants and fellowships accessible.
Women who have children may also apply for the award with extra assistance. The university’s application deadlines vary butdeadlines vary by university, but they fall between March and May 2023. The deadlines for each university should be checked by the students. Visit britishcouncil.org/study-work-abroad/in-uk/scholarship-women-stem if you are interested and qualify.
There is no country-specific cap on the grants; they are given out based on merit. Coventry University, the University of Bath, the University of Manchester, the University of Southampton, Imperial College London, and the University of Edinburgh are among the six UK universities offering the grants.
This scholarship grant is designed to help women scholars build successful careers in STEM fields and give them the tools they need to share their knowledge and advance research and innovation at home.
The grant will pay for education, a stipend, travel costs, visa fees, premiums for medical insurance, special support for mothers, and English language assistance for selected Indian scholars who choose to pursue a master’s degree or an Early Educational Scholarship at a UK university.
Candidates can apply for Master’s programmes and Early Academic Fellowships through 21 UK universities in disciplines like computer science, data science, biotechnology, environmental engineering, civil engineering, medicine, public health, machine learning, robotics, information technology, renewable energy, and energy management, among others.