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International Occupational Therapy Scholarship at Sheffield Hallam University

Our International Occupational Therapy Scholarships programme is open to occupational therapists from India applying to study at Sheffield Hallam University on the MSc Applying Occupational Therapy programme who will be enrolling in September 2011.

The scholarships will be awarded to well-qualified students who demonstrate professional achievement in the personal statement on their scholarship application form. Successful applicants will have their course fees reduced by £3000, making the overall programme fee £8,520.

The MSc Applying Occupational Therapy Programme comes from the same Faculty as the successful MSc Applying Physiotherapy course which has a 100 per cent success rate in preparing students for Health Professions Council registration, a requirement for working in the UK. Demand for occupational therapists in health and social care remains strong in the UK.
How to apply for the International Occupational Therapy Scholarships

Scholarship applications must be submitted by 20 July 2011 by post or e-mail to the Post-experience and Postgraduate Office, Faculty of Health and Wellbeing, Collegiate Crescent Campus, Sheffield, S1 1WB. Phone 0114 225 2373, fax 0114 225 5495, e-mail pep-enquiries@shu.ac.uk

To be eligible to apply for the Postgraduate International Occupational Therapy Scholarship you must

be classed as an international student for fees purposes
have a good undergraduate degree
have, or expect to achieve, a minimum of IELTS 6.5
be enrolling on the MSc Applying Occupational Therapy Course at Sheffield Hallam starting in September 2011
be able to evidence professional achievement in your personal statement
have submitted your course application

The scholarships panel will consider the quality of the personal statement alongside academic achievement when allocating scholarships. The panel will be held after the closing date and applicants will be notified approximately one week after the closing date using the contact details provided on their application form. The decision of the panel is final.
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