Scholarships at Aberystwyth University
|Scholarship Name||Aber-grad Scholarships|
|Scholarship Deadline||28 July 2018|
Aberystwyth University offers a Scholarship towards Taught Masters, LLM by research and MPhil tuition fees for Aberystwyth University graduates registering for study in 2017. The Aber-Grad Scholarship applies to both UK/EU and International students. If you hold a First Class Bachelors (Hons.) degree, then the scholarship will be 20% of your tuition fees. Holders of Second Class degrees are eligible for a scholarship worth 10% of your Taught Masters tuition fee
Applications for relevant courses must be received by 28th July 2017 at the latest. You do not need to apply separately for this loyalty discount as it is automatically applied to course fees on enrolment where eligible.
Students must be graduates of Aberystwyth University having gained at least a 2:2 or above. The scholarship will be automatically awarded to students registering on any Taught Masters scheme (excluding the PGCE courses) LLM by research or MPhil at Aberystwyth University. All Aberystwyth University graduates (UK, other EU and non-EU) are eligible. The scheme covers all modes of study (full-time, part-time and distance-learning). Applicants may only hold the Aber-grad scholarship with other funding so long as the combined amount does not exceed 50% of the proposed Masters tuition fees. (Note: Please note that the regulations of other scholarships prevent them from being held with other awards. It is the applicants’ responsibility to seek confirmation on this). It does not cover those receiving scholarships or bursaries exceeding 50% of the proposed tuition fees and it does not cover staff candidates. Loans are not treated as scholarships for this purpose.
Example: MSc international tuition fees of £15,250 for an AU graduate with a 2i Honours who is subsequently offered a £2,000 Aberystwyth International Scholarship (AIS) for the MSc.
Threshold for combined scholarships = 0.50 x £15,250 = £7,625.
Aber-grad Scholarship (Discount) = 0.10 x £15,250 = £1,525. Tuition is then reduced to £13,725.
Less AIS, the net tuition fee = £13,725 - £2,000 = £11,725.
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