Newcastle upon Tyne (UK) based Newcastle University recently announced partial scholarship awards to encourage applicants assessed as international for fees purposes to undertake undergraduate and Master’s level study. Each award is worth £3,000 for one year payable to the student’s tuition fee account. The university will consider each individual application and allocate scholarships based on its strategic and diversity priorities. The early deadline to apply for the scholarship is February 28, 2017.
Applicants can only apply and be considered for a Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship after they have been offered a place to study on their chosen degree course and have been assessed as international for fees purposes. They must also be:
Registered at Newcastle University for the 2017/18 academic year.
Registered for one of the following eligible courses:
Undergraduate – All undergraduate degrees including integrated Masters
Masters – MA; MArch; MBA; MClinDent; MClinRes; MEd; MFA; MMedEd; LLM; LLM (by research); MLitt; MMus; MPH; MRes; MSc
Wholly or partially self-financing
Defined as ‘international’ for fee purposes
Registered to study at Newcastle University city centre campus
Students new to the university and not those transferring or repeating courses
Number of awards : 255 international students
There are three closing dates, February 28, 2017, May 5, 2017 and July 31, 2017. The university will allocate a proportion of available scholarships to the highest scoring valid applicants following these dates. Unsuccessful candidates will be carried-forward from the first and second award cycles and may receive scholarships in the following award cycle.
Academic offer holders on an eligible course who have been assessed as international for fees purposes will be invited to apply for the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship. Details of how to apply will be emailed within 10 working days of an academic offer being made.
For more details, contact
Student Financial Support | firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: +44 191 208 5537/8107