Manchester Metropolitan University offer Vice-Chancellor International Scholarship for September 2018 Intake
5 March 2018
Manchester Metropolitan University is delighted to offer VC International Scholarship to international students for the year 2018-19. The aim of the MMU Vice-Chancellor Scholarships is to enable and encourage academically able students from any nationality. The Scholars are expected to contribute to the projects of Manchester Met’s alumni community.
The scholarship award is limited to the Undergraduate and Postgraduate taught course applicants. The scholarship will be deducted directly from tuition fee owed to the University and is for the first year of academic study only. These scholarships will cover the value of £5,000 each.
In order to apply
- The applicants must have accepted an unconditional or a conditional firm offer for a course at Manchester Metropolitan University
- The scholarship can only be awarded once the offer conditions have been met
- Scholarships are only available for new Manchester Metropolitan University International students and are required to pay full overseas tuition fees.
English Language Requirements: Applicants must have IELTS score for
- Undergraduate Programmes: 6.0 overall with no less than 5.5 in any component
- Postgraduate Programmes: 6.5 overall with no less than 5.5 in any component
Scholarship awards are made by the VC Scholarship Panel and all decisions are final and cannot be appealed
Manchester Met is the fifth largest university in terms of student numbers and second most applied-to university in the UK. The university has eight research institutes and is ranked fourth within new universities attracting research funds from the Higher Education Funding Council for England.
Application deadline: May 18’ 2018 (Sep Intake) & Oct 18’ 2018 (Jan 2019 Intake)
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