Re: pregnancy complications / disorder research? info & fund sources?
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "kinnuzzz" <kinnuzzz@...> wrote:
> --- In email@example.com, kinnari sathe <kinnuzzz@> wrote:
> > I am Dr. Sathe's daughter and currently pursing my Masters (by
> Research) in Pharmacology at Nottingham Trent University, UK. I
> be applying for PhD st the same institution, but I will needfunding
> to cover my tuition fess which are £9000 pa for 3 yrs. Is there awould
> scholarship/ hardships fund specifically for Indian students who
> like to pursue theirs studies in the UK? Please let me know thethe
> details of the same. Also would you know of any NGO's funding
> pregnancy complications/ disorder related research? since that is
> project research field.trusts in India which give loans / scholarships.
> > Thanks
> > Kinnari
> > [And who is Dr. Sathe? Vinay]
> he is one of the group members who suggested that i could possibly
> find out about the funding i'm looking for
> [Thanks for replying.
> 1. Have you talked to British Council in Mumbai?
> 2. What about Indian community sites in UK?
> 3. What about bank loans from India?
> 4. The Indian Donors link in www.karmayog.org has details of some
> 5. Finally, what about pharmaceutical cos in India or in UK?The british council offers guidance for scholarships. They have
given me a few links like the ORSAS, Commonwealth. Loans will not be
feasible as it is a 3yr programme and it will be extremely difficult
for me to pay such a big loan. I had spoken to a few Indian Donors
on the karmayog website, but most of them offer loans/scholarships
for MS not a PhD. There are a few pharmaceutical companies in UK
which i am applying to.. & I donot know of any in India which will
give such grants.
Thanks a lot for your help