New Scholarships for International Students at the University of York

2 February 2021

The University of York has announced exciting scholarships for September 2021 intake and applications are now open for Indian students. York has introduced two scholarships with a maximum award value of £20,000 available for undergraduate and postgraduate taught students.

University of York Scholarships

Be Exceptional Scholarships

This scholarship is available as a tuition fee discount of £2,500 to £7,500 for the academic year 2021/22. Students applying to study undergraduate or postgraduate taught courses at the University of York are eligible to apply.

Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships

The prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s scholarship is for the highest achieving students at the undergraduate and postgraduate taught level. A tuition fee discount in the range of £10,000 to £20,000 will be given to those who qualify. 

Study at the University of York

A member of the Russell Group, York is one of the world’s premier institutions acknowledged for its top quality research. The city of York is one of the best places to live and study in York and popular amongst international students. Awarded with the teaching excellence gold framework award, University of York is reputed for its courses in life sciences, arts and humanities and social sciences. 

Are you interested in studying at the University of York? Speak to an SI-UK India consultant to learn more about the scholarship details and for quick support to get your application started. 

Start by arranging a free consultation online.

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