The Aziz Foundation Scholarship provides 100% tuition fee coverage for Master’s programs, supporting British Muslims in their pursuit of education at UK universities. These scholarships are designed for individuals aiming to progress in their careers and make a positive impact on their communities and beyond.
Aziz Foundation Scholarship Overview
- Host Country: United Kingdom (UK)
- Study Destination: UK
- Scholarship Types: Postgraduate | Masters
- Open to: United Kingdom (UK) Residents
- Funding: Full Scholarship
- No IELTS Required
- Application Deadline: June 14, 2024
- Alerts: For Scholarship updates on WhatsApp, click HERE.
Aziz Foundation Scholarship Information:
The Aziz Foundation Scholarship is designed to assist aspiring leaders who exhibit a strong commitment to community service and can demonstrate their capacity to lead and inspire within their specific field. It is important to highlight that these scholarships are exclusively available to individuals eligible for Home Fees status in the UK. Consequently, applications from international students will not be considered.
Eligibility Criteria for Aziz Foundation Scholarship 2024:
To qualify for the Aziz Foundation Scholarship, applicants must meet the following requirements:
- Be eligible for Home fees status.
- Actively participate within a Muslim community and demonstrate a profound understanding of issues impacting British Muslim communities.
- Exhibit a sustained commitment to the long-term development of communities and society within Britain.
- Clearly outline how the chosen course will enhance their effectiveness in one of the following areas related to British Muslims:
- Effective Advocacy and Enhanced Public Perception – promoting improved representation and contribution of Muslims to civil society to counter Islamophobia and positively reshape perceptions of British Muslims.
- Community Service and Social Development – elevating aspirations and standards within British Muslim communities.
Available Subjects for Aziz Foundation Scholarship:
Additionally, the Aziz Foundation Scholarship will exclusively be granted to British Muslims who possess relevant experience and are dedicated to advancing in the following areas:
- Policy – Individuals with a passion for influencing public policy (excluding Health Policy) in the UK, ensuring it is equitable and responsive to the needs of British Muslim communities.
- Arts & Culture – Creative individuals capable of influencing public discourses, especially around Muslims and Islam, through various mediums.
- Sports – Enthusiastic candidates dedicated to sporting excellence and capable of making significant contributions to the industry through administration and management.
- Media & Journalism – Applicants aspiring to advocate for diversity in the media, ensuring fairer and more accurate reporting.
- Technology – Disruptors and innovators utilizing technology to provide novel and transformative solutions to society’s most pressing challenges.
- Sustainability/Environment – Candidates aiming to lead the forefront in the fight to preserve our planet and secure a safer future for generations to come.
- Law – Individuals with high aspirations to excel in the legal profession, particularly those aspiring to become judges (excluding conversion courses).
Applications for science, health policy, or mathematics courses will not be accepted.
How to Apply for Aziz Foundation Scholarship (Step by Step):
The Aziz Foundation Scholarship application process is conducted online. The application form comprises inquiries regarding prior education, professional experience, financial status, a statement not exceeding 1,000 words detailing how you meet the Foundation’s criteria, and the names of two referees. If your application is selected for further consideration, you will receive an invitation to attend an interview.
The interview, lasting 30-45 minutes, will delve into discussions covering:
- Challenges encountered by British Muslims.
- Vision and aspirations for instigating change.
- Personal qualities essential for success.
- Financial obstacles encountered.