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Aston University offer the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships for 2018

23 May 2018

Aston University is feeling delighted to offer a new scholarship ‘The Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship’ for the competent Indian students who wish to study their foundation course or Undergraduate degree at the University for September intake in 2018. The students will be eligible for the scholarship worth £3,000 - £5,000.

Scholarships are a discount made against the tuition fee applicable to the specific programme of study that the student is seeking to enrol upon. The scholarship is only payable during your first year of study. However, first-year scholarship holders will be prioritised to apply for a second year scholarship.

Eligibility to Secure Scholarship

You are eligible to get Aston University Vice-Chancellor’s International scholarship, if you are:

  • Holding an offer for a full-time undergraduate or Foundation program at Aston University for the year 2018.
  • Meet the additional criteria required for the scholarship being offered by this scheme
  • Self-funded student, paying the full-tuition fees of the course

A student may only receive one Aston Scholarship for an Undergraduate programme studied. Where a student is eligible for more than one scholarship the student will be awarded the one of the highest value to the student.

Deadline to Apply: July 15’ 2018

If you wish to learn more about available scholarships and various foundations, undergraduate and postgraduate courses at Aston Universityarrange a meeting with SI-UK today.

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