Undergraduate Scholarships 2021 at the University of Birmingham

5 February 2021

Outstanding Achievement Scholarships have been announced by the University of Birmingham for undergraduate courses for September 2021. 

There are 5 scholarships of the award value of £2,500 exclusively for Indian students. The university will award these scholarships in conjunction with the Engineering and Physical Sciences or Law Undergraduate scholarships, which could mean a first year discount up to £5500. 

The scholarships will be awarded to the highest performing students starting their University of Birmingham programme in the 2021/22 academic year. The Outstanding Achievement Scholarship is available for UG courses in any of the following subject area:

Birmingham is a top ranked UK university and a founding member of the prestigious Russell Group and Universities 21. Following a rich tradition of research and academic excellence, Birmingham is the 3rd most targeted university by top employers renowned for its highly employable graduates (The Graduate Market in 2019).

To be eligible for this scholarship, candidates must have an offer from Birmingham University for a full-time undergraduate programme and be a registered student of SI-UK. To learn more about the eligibility conditions to apply for the Indian Outstanding Achievement Scholarship 2020 and get help applying, book a free consultation with SI-UK India today. Our UK specialist UK education consultants can help you submit your application error free.

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