Scholarships Available at Bradford for 2015 Entry

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Scholarships Available at Bradford for 2015 Entry

21 August 2015

 

It is still not too late to apply for September 2015 entry at the University of Bradford, and there remain a number of fantastic scholarship opportunities for international students to apply for.

£5,000 EU Scholarship
Level of study: Undergraduate 
Criteria: ABB or higher in A-levels or equivalent 
Duration: £2,000 in first year, followed by £1,500 in subsequent years (except placement years) if students achieve scores of 60% or more.

£2,000 Country Specific Scholarships
Level of study: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught 
Criteria: Self-funding nationals of World Bank countries 
Duration: Each year of study (except placement years)

£2,500-3,500 International Academic Excellence Scholarships
Level of study: Undergraduate and Postgraduate Taught 
Criteria: Undergraduate – country equivalent of BBB or AAB at A-Level; Postgraduate – country equivalent of 2:1 or 1st Class Honours at degree level 
Duration: Each year of study (except placement years) dependent on progressing with an average of 50% or 60%

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If you are interested in learning more about the above scholarships and applying to study at the University of Bradford, arrange your free consultation at SI-UK today.

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