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Cardiff Business School Scholarships for Indian Students 2020

11 February 2020

The Business School at Cardiff University has launched a range of attractive business scholarships in recognition of the outstanding talent of their Indian students. The business school is a world-leading, research intensive, AACSB-accredited school with a mission to make a positive impact in the world. Cardiff Business School provides interdisciplinary teaching and research and is currently ranked sixth for research quality in the UK.

The scholarships for Indian students at the School include:

Cardiff Business School India Scholarship

These scholarships are worth £5000 and will be automatically awarded to any Indian national that meets the terms & conditions of their offer if they have applied to one of the new programmes below:

No separate application is required and there are no caps on the number of scholarships that can be awarded. 

Inspire India Scholarship 

This offers one full fee scholarship covering the cost of the tuition fees for an Indian national enrolling onto the MSc Business Management programme. This scholarship will be awarded based on the merit of a scholarship application.

Students have to submit a completed scholarship application by 30 June 2020 to be considered for the scholarship. To avail of the scholarship, the student must be self- financed and hold an offer for the MSc Business Management course.

If you want to study at Cardiff Business School or wish to find out more about your eligibility and other scholarships at Cardiff, book a free consultation to get in touch with SI-UK India today. 


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