Can I get fully funded scholarship for masters in medical microbiology or molecular biology in Uk, France, Germany Australia. Is IELTS needed? How to apply for work and residence visa after study?

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Medical Microbiology is a branch of Medical Science that deals with the study of microorganisms, in particular, their molecular shapes, size, aspects, and lifecycle. Running for 1-2 years, the MSc Medical Microbiology program covers concepts related to different branches of Biology, including but not limited to, Mycology, Immunology, Virology, Bacteriology, etc. Furthermore, it also equips you with the skills required to diagnose and treat diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, and parasites. With a degree in this field, you can advance your career in clinical sciences, medical sciences, and virological research.


If you are looking for Postgraduate Microbiology scholarships or undergraduate Microbiology scholarships on fully funded basis. PhD, Masters and Undergraduate program in Microbiology on scholarships are listed here.

 

Cambridge PhD Scholarships and Awards UK 2023

-Fully Funded, Partial Funding
-University of Cambridge
-PhD
-All Subjects
International Students
-UK
-01/05/2023


Netherlands Government Fully Funded Scholarships 2023, Check IELTS requirements


-Fully Funded
-Leiden University, Utrecht University, University of Groningen, Erasmus University Rotterdam, Maastricht University, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam 
-Masters, Undergraduate
-All Subjects
-International Students
-Netherlands


Hungary Government Scholarships 2024 (Stipendium Hungaricum)


-Fully Funded
-Hungary Universities
-Masters
-All Subjects
-International Students
-Hungary


Students while applying for the course level need to submit the score of English Language Proficiency test. However, the score may differ according to the university.


TOEFL- 80-100

IELTS- 6.5- 7.0

 


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Sarma Bhujbal

Sarma Bhujbal

Study abroad consultant at Mentr Me

Getting a scholarship for your studies is tough, but it's totally doable I am going through it too! Some of my friends got scholarships in the UK and Germany. They did really well in school and showed they're great at advanced research.

If you're thinking about studying in an English-speaking country, you'll have to take a test called IELTS. It's not just a rule; it shows you're good at English.

As I finish my studies I am figuring out what to do next. I heard in Australia, there's a special visa that lets you work after you graduate. But each country has its own rules. It's smart to talk to the international office at your school or check the immigration websites to get the right info. Planning ahead and staying in the loop about your options can make going from studying to working easier.

 


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Yash Mothia

Yash Mothia

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If you're dreaming of studying Medical Microbiology or Molecular Biology in the UK, France, Germany, or Australia with a full scholarship, I can help you out. It's totally doable, but you need to plan carefully and have a strong school background. There are scholarships like Chevening in the UK and DAAD in Germany, but you've got to be top-notch in school and maybe even have some research experience.

For people who don't speak English as their first language, you'll likely need to take a test like IELTS. It's not just for getting in but also for getting your visa sorted.

After you finish studying, each country has different ways for you to stay and work. In the UK, there's this thing called the Graduate Route visa that lets you work after you graduate. Australia has something similar called the Post-Study Work stream of the Temporary Graduate visa. Make sure you keep up with the rules of each country. I help students figure all this out so they can make smart choices about studying abroad and their future careers.

To know more about Countrywide Scholarship and programs. Click here:  Study Abroad Scholarship

 


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