I have completed BSC physician assistant in Inida and I wish to do my master in UK or Germany. How can I fund my course with scholarship? What are the fees structure in UK / Germany? Any experts pls?

Asked by Boopathi Raja over 1 year ago

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Nikhil Agarwal

Nikhil Agarwal

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Here is a list of scholarships that we can target:

Scholarship for MS in the UK
The Oxford and Cambridge Society of India Scholarship
Sussex India Scholarship
Oxford University’s Rhodes Scholarship
Cambridge University Scholarships
Commonwealth Scholarship
Here is a list of scholarships that you can target:

Scholarship for MS in Germany
Heinrich Böll Foundation Scholarships in Germany
DAAD Scholarship
Deutschlandstipendium National Scholarship Programme
Master's in Physics in the UK can cost around £9,000, depending on the university to which you apply. One university's fees may be lower or higher than those of other universities. There are no two universities in the UK that charge the same price for an MSc in Physics. The cost varies greatly, with prices ranging from around £10,000 ($14,130) to £26,550. Physics in the United Kingdom is more expensive than other degree programmes. When considering the Cost of Physics in the UK, you must consider the living cost, which includes your accommodation and other essential expenses and can be around £15,000. Your total budget will include physics course fees in the UK as well as accommodation costs. Domestic and international students do not pay tuition at German public universities. Tuition fees at public universities were abolished in 2014 for both domestic and international students because they are now fully funded by the German government. However, students must pay between 50 and 200 euros for registration, travel, and food. For students, German cities are very affordable. Monthly living expenses should range between €1,200 and €1,800. If you have any further questions just ask me.

 


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