Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students at Manchester Metropolitan University

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Undergraduate Scholarships for International Students at Manchester Metropolitan University

12 April 2019

Manchester Metropolitan University is offering great scholarships for international undergraduate students enrolling for the 2019 academic intake. The International UG Scholarship reward is of £2,000 for every year of study. Eligibility conditions include:

  • Applicants must hold an offer for a full-time taught undergraduate programme
  • The course should start in September 2019
  • Applicants must be self funded and classified as overseas students for tuition fee purposes
  • The total scholarship reward would be upto £6,000 for a standard 3 year Bachelor’s degree or  £8,000 for a 4 year programme with an integrated foundation year or sandwich year
  • This offer is not available for the Bachelor of Architecture applicants

Additionally, MMU is also offering a postgraduate scholarship of £2,000 to international students enrolling for a full-time taught masters programme at MMU.

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