Newcastle University offer a vast range of Scholarships for 2018

6 February 2018

Newcastle University is proud to offer a large variety of scholarships to prospective Indian students applying for under graduate, post graduate and doctorate programs for September 2018.

Newcastle is a public research university in Newcastle upon Tyne in the North-East England and is a member of Russell group. It invests millions of pounds in financial support for talented international students starting their degrees at the university. 

Newcastle University Scholarships for September 2018

1. Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship: (For full duration of UG & PG programs)

Amount: £1,500 - £5,000 every year upon successful academic progression

2. Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarships: (For UG & PG programs)

     Amount: 50% or 100% of tuition fees for the first year of study only

3. Engineering Excellence Scholarship- UG

    Amount:  £1,000 for the first year

4. MBA Leadership Scholarships (with 6 yrs of work experience)

    Amount: £10,000

5. MBA Business Excellence Scholarships (with4 yrs of work experience)

    Amount:  £6,000

6. 30 Years of AMBA Accreditation 100 % Scholarships

7.  Women in Leadership Scholarship

     Amount: £11,000

8Newcastle University Overseas Research Scholarship (NUORS)

     Amount: Approximately £10,800 to £16,200 per annum

Besides aforementioned scholarships, few more scholarships are also offered by Newcastle with international tuition fees discounts.

Where can I get further information?

To find out more about Newcastle University, 2018 Entry Requirements and available scholarships or to request an application form, please contact SI-UK

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