GREAT Scholarships at the University of East Anglia

29 October 2020

University of East Anglia has announced the GREAT Scholarship in partnership with the British Council amounting to £10,000. The scholarship will be rewarded to one Indian student for the September 2021 intake holding an offer to study a taught postgraduate course at the University.

GREAT scholarship is a prestigious scholarship programme launched by the British Council together with UK universities to promote access to higher education in the UK amongst international students from India, China, Nepal and Egypt. The GREAT scholarship cannot be combined with any other UEA scholarship or award.

University of East Anglia is a TEF gold rated university located in Norwich, a UK top 10 city to live in (according to Metro, 2019). UEA is a diverse and inspiring place to study in the UK with amazing on-campus facilities and iconic architecture. Amenities include 250+ sports clubs and societies, beautiful parklands and a wide range of options to eat and drink. UEA works in partnership with thousands of organizations to provide career support, guidance and employment opportunities to its students. 

If you want to study at UEA and learn more about the GREAT scholarship program, contact SI-UK by arranging a free consultation today.

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