University of Lincoln offer 50% Global Scholarship for Programmes commencing in February 2019

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University of Lincoln offer 50% Global Scholarship for Programmes commencing in February 2019

4 September 2018

University of Lincoln, the TEF Gold University is pleased to announce new 50% Global Scholarship for international students for the programmes going to start in February 2019. The students must already hold an offer from the university in order to apply for the scholarships.

The applicants desiring to study in the UK at Lincoln with scholarships must demonstrate the highest levels of academic or extracurricular achievement alongside exhibition of personal endeavour. Students who are not eligible to obtain the 50% scholarship will automatically be awarded the £5,000 India Scholarship.Besides demonstrating the highest levels of excellence in academia, extracurricular and personal endeavour, the students must meet the English Language Requirement that ranges from an IELTS 6.0 to 7.0.

Courses Commencing in February 2019

  • Pre-Sessional English and Academic Study Skills
  • MSc Accounting and Finance
  • MSc Management
  • MSc International Business
  • MSc Interior Architecture & Design
  • MSc Marketing
  • MSc Tourism & Marketing
  • Post Graduate Research Programmes

Ranked 22nd in the Guardian rankings 2019, the University of Lincoln has an international reputation for providing a high-quality student experience underpinned by inspirational teaching and pioneering research. It has been ranked 8th in the UK for overall student satisfaction in latest NSS.

The Closing Dates for courses commencing in February 2019
Round 1: Monday 8th October 2018
Round 2: Monday 19th November 2018

To learn more about studying in the University of Lincoln, various courses and scholarships, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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