Cash Bursary for Undergraduate Students at Essex

17 August 2020

Students applying for undergraduate courses at the University of Essex can avail a cash bursary of £500 as a support for progressing to higher education during the prevailing pandemic.

The University of Essex is offering the cash bursary to all students applying for undergraduate courses for the academic year 2020-21 and who complete the Pre-undergraduate short course with the University. 

The Pre-undergraduate course is offered by the University of Essex as an additional support for a successful transition to the chosen undergraduate course at Essex. The six-week pre-arrival online programme will help students realise their full-potential for a future course and get a flying start to learning at the University.

Essex is a top ranking UK university and the recipient of the TEF Gold award for teaching excellence. Highly regarded as a young and enterprising UK university, Essex is the UK University of the Year (Times Higher Education 2018) and 25th in the UK for research quality (Times Good University Guide 2019). 

If you want to study at Essex University in the UK, arrange your free consultation with SI-UK India today to get your application started.


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