Think Big Scholarships For International Students At Bristol University, UK – 2021
The Bristol University is committed to helping and nurturing global talent to produce the future leaders of tomorrow by offering the Big Think Scholarships to International students who wants to undergo a degree program at the Institution.
The Bristol University is investing £500,000 to help the brightest and best international students come to the University of Bristol.
- 29th March 2021
- 14 June 2021
Eligible Countries: International
To Be Taken At (Country): University of Bristol, UK
Eligible Field Of Study: Any full-time Undergraduate programme (except Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science) or Postgraduate programme offered at the University.
Type: Undergraduate, Postgraduate
Number Of Awards: 26 Undergraduate scholarships AND 26 Postgraduate scholarships.
Value Of Award: The award covers between 25 and 100 percent of tuition fees for the duration of your course.
Eligibility: To be eligible for this scholarship program, applicants must;
- be classed as an overseas student for fee purposes AND
- have applied to start a full-time undergraduate degree in one of the qualifying courses or one year, full-time taught postgraduate programme at the University of Bristol in September 2021.
- have excellent results from previous educational programs
- be proficient in English Language
How To Apply: To apply for this scholarship, complete the application form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org by the deadline. Please complete all required fields.
See Undergraduate Application Form Here
See Postgraduate Application Form Here
Ten New Born Babies Die in Hospital Tragic Fire
Ten new born babies die in Hospital tragic fire
Ten newborn babies died on Saturday in a fire at a state-run hospital in western India, officials said.
There were 17 infants in the unit for sick newborn babies when the fire broke out in the early hours of Saturday at the Bhandara District General Hospital in Maharashtra state.
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Seven infants died due to smoke suffocation, and three from burn injuries, Maharashtra health minister Rajesh Tope told reporters.
Seven babies were rescued by the nurses and ward staff.
All the infants were aged between a few days and three months, Bhandara district health official Prashant Uike said.
The government has ordered a probe into the incident and a safety audit of all neo-natal care units in the state.
Initial reports indicated that the fire may have been caused by a short circuit in one of the incubators, Tope said.
“The staff said the ward quickly filled with lots of black smoke,” the minister added.
Legal requirements for a post-mortem had been waived and the bodies of the children handed to their families, Tope added.
Families of the victims would be given compensation of 500,000 rupees (about 6,814 dollars) each. (dpa/NAN)
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