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University of Leicester Scholarships for January 2021

2 September 2020

The University of Leicester is offering merit based scholarships for international non-EU students for courses starting in January 2021. The President’s Postgraduate Scholarship Scheme awards £3,000 in the form of reduction in tuition fees and is now open for applications. 

Students with an offer from the University of Leicester to study a full-time, taught, campus-based Masters course are eligible to apply for this scholarship. A total of 100 scholarships will be offered on academic grounds. Students with a partial scholarship from other sources will still be considered for the President’s Postgraduate Scholarship. 

Leicester has a full-range of postgraduate courses for the January 2021 Start in Arts, Business, Informatics, Education, Law, Engineering, Media, Science and Maths. As a Top 25 Best UK University (Times Higher Education World University rankings 2020), University of Leicester is a leading global university delivering high quality education and research to support the global community. 

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