The Hornby Scholarship covers full tuition fees for a student pursuing a one-year full time Master's degree in any related subject to English Language Teaching (ELT) in the UK.
Established in 1961 by A S Hornby who authored the first Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, the A S Hornby educational trust seeks to provide support to English language specialists, such as senior teachers, teacher-trainers, inspectors and material writers.
- Applicants must have successfully completed undergraduate degree courses.
- It is mandatory for them to have at least 5 years' hands on experience as an English language teacher and have been involved in some sort of development work as trainers or managers.
- Along with this, applicants also need to give evidence that they have an IELTS score of 6.5, with no less than 6 in any of the categories, or a corresponding score in a different English language certificate exam like TOEFL or TOEIC.
How to apply:
The applicants are required to fill and submit the Hornby Scholarship form, which can be found online on the British Council website.