The A.S.Hornby Educational Trust scholarships are awarded every year to English language teachers from outside the UK to study for Masters in ELT at the University of Warwick.
The Trust was set up by A.S.Hornby in 1961 to support English language teaching worldwide. A.S.Hornby had a distinguished career in English language teaching and developed the Oxford Advanced Learners’ Dictionary, which is still published in its 8th edition by Oxford University Press. The Trust is a registered charity in the UK.
The scholarships fund study on the one-year Masters in ELT at the University of Warwick
- The scholarships cover all the costs in the UK including a monthly stipend to cover accommodation and living expenses, tuition fees, and return air tickets, tuition fees, visa and IELTS test costs.
- Eligible applicants for the scholarship award must have at least two years’ full-time ELT experience and a full university degree, and must be a citizen of an eligible country. The Hornby Scholarships are intended to support experienced English language teachers who have the potential to make a significant future contribution to English language teaching and teachers in their countries.
- Applicants are selected by a four-stage process. In the first stage, the quality of the application form is assessed. In the second stage, selected applicants are invited for interview at the British Council office in their country of origin. In the third stage, selected applicants apply to the university. In the fourth stage, the applicant is accepted by the university. Only at this stage is the scholarship award is confirmed with the applicant.
If you are interested in applying for a Hornby scholarship, please click here to find more information about the scholarships and to access the online application form.
For further information about the Hornby Trust: www.hornby-trust.org.uk
For further information about the Masters in ELT at the University of Warwick: http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/fac/soc/al/study/ma/
The online application will be live at the end of November 2016 and the deadline for applications will be Monday 16 January 2017 at 12.00 midday UK time.