You could be qualified for £3,000 through our Chinese English Translation Scholarships if you’re an international student studying one of our Chinese English Translation and Interpreting programs. There are five scholarships available.
The University of Essex is a public research university based in Essex, England. Founded in 1963, welcomed students in 1964, and achieved university status by royal charter in 1965 – the university is a plate glass university.
The university’s shield consists of the old arms attributed to the Kingdom of Essex, and the motto, “Thought the harder, heart the keener”, is acclimated from the Anglo-Saxon poem The Battle of Maldon.
The University of Essex includes three campuses with its primary campus located within Wivenhoe Park (over 200 acres) and campuses in Southend-on-Sea and Loughton.
The university has 19 academic collaborations domestically and internationally. Moreover, domestic collaborations include the University of Essex Online with Kaplan, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, and the University of Essex International College.
International collaborations include a franchise arrangement with Kaplan Singapore, and double and double degrees with several universities in Europe and Asia, with strong links with Shanghai University of Finance and Economics.
The University of Essex is a founding partner of the Eastern ARC and the Young European Research Universities network; is part of the Young Universities for the Future of Europe alliance, and is a member of Universities UK.
However, the university has produced many prominent alumni in several fields, including two Nobel Prize laureates, a head of state, foreign ministers, MPs, scientists, artists, politicians, authors, and filmmakers.
The University of Essex is ranked Gold for Teaching Excellence by the TEF since 2017, named University of the Year at Times Higher Education Awards in 2018, a research-intensive university at 19th by REF and 25th in 2020, and has risen to 27th top UK university in 2022.
The University’s Department of Government received Regius Professorship vested by Her Majesty, The Queen in 2013 and the university was granted the Queen’s Anniversary Prize on two occasions for promoting Human Rights in 2009 and Social and Economic Research in 2017.
In addition, the university was named University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards in 2018. It won the International Collaboration of the Year Award at the Times Higher Education Awards 2019 for its work with Amnesty International and five other universities on the Digital Verification Corps, which explores human rights violations around the world.
On two occasions, the University of Essex has been awarded the Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education, in 2009 for its advancing the legal and wider practice of international human rights, and in 2017 for its authoritative social and economic research to inform the policies of governments for the advancement of people’s lives.
For numerous years, the university was among the smallest multi-faculty universities in Britain but its strategic plan 2013–19 set a target of growing by around 50% to about 15,000 students.
It was a member of the 1994 Group. The University of Essex is now a member of the Young European Research Universities Network (YERUN) and Young Universities for the Future of Europe (YUFE) alliance.
Benefits of the Scholarship:
The students selected for Chinese English Translation Scholarships will be given a tuition fee discount of £3,000 on the cost of their first year of study in the undertaken PG program at the University of Essex.
Requirements for Chinese English Translation Scholarships
To be eligible for Chinese English Translation Scholarships, the applicants must:
- Be fully self-funding your studies
- Hold a conditional offer of admission to one of the Chinese-English Translation and Interpreting courses
- Applicants must register and be studying at Essex in 2022-23.
- These Chinese English Translation Scholarships are restricted to international applicants who are completely self-funded.
- This scholarship is available for the first year of Masters’s study only
How to Apply for Chinese English Translation Scholarships
Interested and qualified for Chinese English Translation Scholarships? Go to the University of Essex on www.Essex.ac. the UK to apply.
For 2022/2023 entry: All our applicable course applications, received by the given deadline, will automatically be considered for this scholarship. Note that you do not need to complete a separate application form.
Application Deadline: May 1, 2023
Not interested in this particular scholarship? See other UK scholarships here