25 February 2020
Nottingham University has launched a new range of scholarships for international students applying to study undergraduate and postgraduate courses in 2020. The University is a member of the Russell Group, Universitas 21, the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the European University Association. The University regularly features in the world’s top 30 universities and offers a highly flexible learning environment with a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes catering to international students.
The University of Nottingham’s new regional excellence awards are given on the basis of academic merit and cover a contribution towards tuition fees in the first year of the course. The South Asia Undergraduate Excellence Award is a scholarship meant for those high-achieving international students that are from South Asian countries, including India. It covers a contribution towards the tuition fees in the first year of the degree course at the University.
The number of scholarships being offered to students is six worth £2,000 and two worth £6,500. The applications for these scholarships will close on Friday, 13th March 2020.
To apply for this scholarship, students must:
The University also offers some research scholarships for talented international students pursuing PhD courses and postgraduate research at Nottingham. This includes the International Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship for Research Excellence, which covers the student’s tuition fees and around £1,000 monthly living allowance. Applications for these excellence awards will close on Friday, 20th March 2020. Other scholarships include the GREAT Scholarship worth £10,000.
If you are interested in applying to undergraduate, postgraduate or research programmes at the University of Nottingham, you can visit your nearest SI-UK India office or book your free consultation with us today.
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