The University of Kent has a scholarship fund of over £11 million to support postgraduate students. Below are the opportunities available specific to this program:
The University of Kent and the Athens University of Economics and Business are pleased to announce four scholarships funded by the Bodossaki Foundation to study on the MA in Heritage Management at Elefsina, an Athenian suburb, beginning in September 2018. The scholarship is a 50% reduction of tuition fees for the programme, equivalent to €3,750. The Bodossaki Foundation was established in 1972 and is one of the most respected privately owned public-benefit organizations in Greece.
One Bageion Foundation scholarship, worth €8,000 (€4,000 a year for two years) will be awarded annually to a good candidate resident in southern Albania or of southern Albanian descent (irrespective of nationality). Successful candidates will have to demonstrate a family connection to the region and priority will be given to applicants from the Korçë-Korytsa area.
We offer a range of financial support options for postgraduates studying with the University of Kent at Athens. This includes scholarships, bursaries and loans, as well as advice on alternative and external funding options available to you.