The University of Lincoln Masters Scholarships for Ghanaians 

The University of Lincoln in the UK is delighted to invite Ghanaian students to apply for the Master’s scholarships at the University of the UK but are also reminded that persons that have complied with the eligibility criteria will be granted consideration for the program.  

Basically, the University of Lincoln is a public research university in the cathedral city of Lincoln, England. Meanwhile, the university has origins tracing back to 1861 and obtained university status in 1992 and its present name and structure in 2001.

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Eligibility for the Master’s Scholarships for Ghanaian Students At the University of Lincoln, UK 2022

In order to apply for this scholarship, prospective students must meet the following criteria:

  • Be a Ghanaian citizen
  • Already hold a Conditional or Unconditional Offer from the University of Lincoln for a full-time postgraduate taught or master by research program commencing in January, February, or September.
  • Have been awarded a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university with a minimum grade of 2:2 or equivalent
  • Meet the English language requirements of their intended course of study – this typically ranges from an IELTS 6.0 – 7.0 or equivalent.
  • A cover letter (maximum of 1 page) should be addressed to the Head of Cooperation and Cultural Affairs, detailing the student’s motivation and highlighting how the desired course will support the student’s career development.

Level/Field of study

Masters Scholarships for Ghanaian Students At the University of Lincoln, UK 2023, cover Masters Academic level and the following courses.

  • Agriculture & food industry

Host Nationality

The Master’s Scholarships for Ghanaian Students is hosted by The University of Lincoln in the UK and is to be taken in the UK. If you are an international student and you wish to study in the UK, this is your Complete Guide to Getting A UK Tier 4 Student Visa For International Students.

Eligible Nationality

The Master’s Scholarship is open to indigenous students from Ghana. Read also if you wish to study outside your home country Simple and Detailed Answers about Applying and Winning a Scholarship.


Masters Scholarships at the University of Lincoln cover up to £5,000 per annum for each successful applicant to support them in their studies.

How to Apply for the Master’s Scholarships for Ghanaian Students At the University of Lincoln, UK

In addition to meeting the above residency, academic, and English language requirements, candidates must also complete a Ghana Scholarship Application Form (PDF) and submit this to [email protected]. It is important that we receive your application by 4 pm (UK time) on one of the following closing dates above.

The following documents should be submitted to complete the application:

  • Copies of full academic transcripts and certificates
  • Curriculum Vitae
  • Copies of birth certificate certified by Ghanaian authorities.
  • Proof of registration or pre-registration with a French university
  • Description of the Research Topic – 1 page (for PhDs candidates)
  • Reference letter from your Ghanaian University
  • For applicants to doctorate programs, kindly attach your research topic as well as an introductory letter from your thesis supervisor at the host university.

Application Deadlines Master’s Scholarships for Ghanaian Students At the University of Lincoln, UK

For courses commencing in January / February:

  • Round 1: Friday, 3rd November
  • Round 2: Friday 1st December

For courses commencing in September:

  • Round 1: Friday 20th April
  • Round 2: Friday, 25th May
  • Round 3: Friday 22nd June

Visit the Program Webpage for Details


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