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EU/UK Scholarships announced for ICMA Centre Masters in Finance Programmes

The ICMA Centre’s Masters programmes feature in the top world rankings in Finance and are part of the triple-accredited Henley Business School based on University of Reading’s award-winning campus. The Centre delivers a range of undergraduate, postgraduate and executive education courses in Finance and is renowned for its practice-centred teaching and learning approach.

World-class student facilities, including three dealing rooms supported by Thomson Reuters and Bloomberg and equipped with the latest trading technology, allow students to gain practical experience in the industry.

About the scholarship

The EU/UK Scholarship offers successful candidates a 50% discount towards the tuition fees for their MSc Programme.

The scholarship is available across the full range of ICMA Centre Masters programmes:

How do I apply?

All eligible candidates will be automatically considered for this scholarship, so there is no need to indicate interest within your application.

You can complete an application form online through the University of Reading’s application system.

Am I eligible?

In order to be eligible for this scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be of any EU nationality
  • Have or be expected to achieve a minimum 2:1 or equivalent from an overseas institution

The selection process is based predominantly on academic merit while professional experience may be also considered. If you are shortlisted for the scholarship a short telephone or online interview with the Programme Area Director may be required.

For more information about this and other scholarships, please contact our admissions team on or visit

Published 29 October 2015

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