Chennai, November 2018: British Council, the United Kingdom’s international organisation for cultural relations and educational opportunities, has announced the second edition of its70th Anniversary Scholarshipprogramme for Indian Women pursuing a master’s in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math(STEM) in theUnited Kingdom. The announcement was made at a felicitation ceremony with Prime Minister Rt Hon Theresa May MP United Kingdom for the 104 Indian Women STEM scholars. The scholars are currently completingtheir Master’s in STEM education in 43 British Universities across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Lahari Goswami, British Council scholarship winner from Chennai, pursuing MSc in Human Computer Interaction Designfrom City University of London, said, “The past year has been one of the most fulfilling years of my life. From finding out about the British Council STEM scholarships to meeting some of the most influential people across the world as a result of the scholarship; and pursuing a world-class Master’s degree in the United Kingdom, it has all been great. I aim to make the most of this opportunity and am very excited to learn that this opportunity has been extended to more Indian researchers.”