Scholarships to international Students on offer by Time World University Ranking recognised University of Bedfordshire
27 October 2017
To provide a bright opportunity to study in one of the best Universities of UK, University of Bedfordshire is offering Scholarships to Indian students to grant additional financial incentives.
Scholarships offered to Indian Students
Bedfordshire having research quality of International standard and Good Graduate Prospects is opening its door for Indian students by declaring scholarships:
- Each student will automatically get £1,000 Vice Chancellor Scholarship
- Students paying upfront will get an additional £500
- Students meeting Merit Scholarship criteria of Bedfordshire are eligible for £500
- Students progressing from Under Graduate course to Post Graduate course are eligible for £2,000 Alumni discount
As a result, competent Indian students could get up to £2,000 scholarship by paying upfront and getting Vice Chancellor & Merit Scholarships.
Worldwide renowned courses are on offer to Indian students like creative arts, sport, science, social sciences, business and a range of other subjects by Bedfordshire which is a modern University with a total of six campuses across the counties of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire.
Times Higher Education (THE) annual World University Rankings has placed Bedfordshire for the second year running in its League Table and positioned it in the 601 to 800 category of best universities in the world as well as ranking as 67 out of 130 universities in the UK. It judges research-intensive universities across teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook categories. It has ranked Bedfordshire in second decile in International outlook.
Bedfordshire is proud to be ranked by The National Student Survey in:
- Top 10 university for most improved teaching (NSS 2017)
- Top 25 university for improving the student experience (NSS 2013-17)
- Ranked 12th for most improved learning resources (NSS 2013-17)
- Top 20 for most improved academic support (NSS 2013-17)