Applications for the 2024/25 Aziz Foundation Scholarship in the UK will open on 15th January 2024.
The scholarship will support British Muslims in pursuing master’s programs at UK universities.
The Master’s degree for scholarship recipients comes with a 100% tuition fee coverage.
Individuals who want to advance in their careers and improve their communities and beyond are the target audience for the scholarships.
The goal of the Aziz Foundation Scholarship is to assist up-and-coming leaders who can lead and inspire in their field and exhibit a strong sense of community service.
Note: applications from International students will not be taken into consideration for the scholarships,
which are only available to UK residents who are eligible for Home Fees status.
Aziz Foundation Scholarship 2024 – Benefits
Aziz Foundation Scholarship recipients will receive 100%
Tuition fee coverage for the full duration of the program
Available Field of Study for Aziz Foundation Scholarship
Aziz Foundation Scholarship is open only to British
Muslims with relevant experience and committed to progression in the following areas:
Media & Journalism
Arts & Culture
The scholarship does not cover the following areas:
Science, health policy, or mathematics courses.
Eligibility Criteria for Aziz Foundation Scholarship 2024
Applicants must meet the requirements below
to be eligible for the Aziz Foundation Scholarship:
Candidates must qualify for the Home fee status
Must engage in Muslim community activities and demonstrate a thorough understanding of the problems that Muslim communities in Britain face.
Show a sustained dedication to the advancement of communities and society in Britain.
Describe how the training can help them become more effective in one of the following areas that concern British Muslims:
Succeeding in Advocacy and Improving Public View:
Encouraging improved Muslim participation and involvement in civil society to fight Islamophobia and improve attitudes about British Muslims
Through community service and social development,
elevates standards and expectations among British Muslim communities
Aziz Foundation Scholarship: Quick Application Guide
The entire Application process for the Aziz
The Foundation Scholarship is submitted online.
The application form requires the applicant’s past coursework,
employment history, financial situation, and qualifications for the Foundation.
Additionally, It requests a 1,000-word statement explaining the applicant’s match for their requirements as well as the names of two references.
Applicants whose applications are selected will be invited to an interview for further consideration.
The 30- to 45-minute interview will focus on issues concerning:
Obstacles faced by British Muslims; goals and aspirations for change; success factors for individuals; and financial obstacles
Eligible Universities for the Aziz Foundation Scholarship
About 42 Universities have joined the Aziz Foundation Preferred Partner scheme.
These Institutions have also met the conditions of admittance.
Therefore, scholarships will be offered only to candidates studying Masters degrees at the institutions listed below:
Birkbeck, University of London
City, University of London – Department of Journalism
De Montfort University
Eden Project Learning (Cornwall College Group)
Glasgow Caledonian University
Goldsmiths, University of London (excluding: MRes, MPhils)
Jesus College, University of Oxford
King’s College London
Kingston University London
The University of Law
London South Bank University
Manchester Metropolitan University
Markfield Institute of Higher Education
(MA Islam and Sustainable Development only)
Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge
SOAS, University of London (excluding Intensive Language courses)
University of Birmingham
University College London (IOE, Faculty of Education and Society)
University of Bradford
University of Essex
University of Exeter
University of Hertfordshire
University of Greenwich
University of Liverpool
The University of Manchester: School of Arts, Languages & Cultures
University of Nottingham
University of St Andrews
University of Salford
The University of Sheffield
University of Stirling
University of Sunderland
University of Sussex (excluding: Online courses,
Institute of Development Studies courses)
University of Warwick
University of Westminster
University of York
Wolfson College, University of Cambridge
How to Apply For Aziz Foundation Scholarship 2024
Applications are submitted online.
The application form includes questions about previous education,
work experience, financial means, a statement of no more than 1,000
words about how you meet the Foundation’s criteria, and the names of two referees.
The application deadline for the Aziz Foundation Scholarship
2024 in the UK For British Muslims, is June 14, 2024.