University of York offer International Scholarship for 2019

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University of York offer International Scholarship for 2019

6 February 2019

University of York is pleased to offer international scholarship for high-achieving undergraduate and postgraduate taught international offer holders for the year 2019. These prestigious scholarships will recognise academic excellence by offering a tuition fee discount.

Academic Excellence scholarships

These scholarships are split into three categories:

  • Global Academic Excellence scholarships

A £5,000 tuition fee discount for the first year of study.

  • Country-specific Academic Excellence scholarships

A tuition fee discount of up to £10,000 for the first year of study.

  • Region-specific Academic Excellence scholarships

A tuition fee discount of up to £10,000 for the first year of study

Vice-Chancellor's Scholarships

Vice Chancellor’s scholarship offer a tuition fee discount of £5,000 for each year of study (up to three years), for exceptionally high achieving students.

Application Deadline: 30 April 2019                                                  

 

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