Teesside University offer Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for Indian students for Jan 2019 Intake

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Teesside University offer Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship for Indian students for Jan 2019 Intake

25 October 2018

Teesside University is delighted to offer Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships for international students joining the University in January 2019. This prestigious scholarship recognizes applications from outstanding students, who can demonstrate their skills and commitment to becoming future global leaders.

Each scholarship has a value of £3,000, offered as a tuition fee waiver in the first year of study. To be eligible to apply for the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship the student must be an international fee-paying undergraduate or postgraduate taught degree offer holder, enrolling for the first time at Teesside University.

The dynamic, energetic and innovative institution, Teesside University’s mission is to transform lives and economies through quality education enriched by research, innovation and engagement with business and the professions.

Application Deadline: Friday 16 November 2018.

To learn more about Teesside University, scholarships, various courses and admission process, apply for a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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