University of Aberdeen offering new scholarship for Indian students

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University of Aberdeen offering new scholarship for Indian students

14 December 2015

 

The University of Aberdeen is offering undergraduate students from India the chance to apply for The Sir Thomas Sutherland Scholarship, worth £99,000 over four years.

The scholarship is available to Indian students who have been offered a place at the University starting in September 2016 and are the first generation of their family to attend university. The scholarship is named after Sir Thomas Sutherland, the founder of HSBC (who fund the scholarship), who attended Aberdeen in the 19th century.

Subjects eligible include economicsbusiness, finance and computer science. Professor Richard Wells, the University of Aberdeen’s Regional Dean, said: “This is a fantastic opportunity for students to benefit from a scholarship that will fund their studies at one of the world’s top 150 universities. The scholarship offers students the chance to have their tuition fees, travel and maintenance costs paid for throughout a four year degree."

If you are interested in applying to the University Aberdeen and learning if you are fully eligible to apply for this fantastic scholarship, arrange a free consultation today.

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