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£5,000 Merit Scholarship available at the University of Portsmouth

23 November 2020

Chancellor's Global Academic Merit Scholarship (CGAM) worth £5,000 is available at the University of Portsmouth. Indian students joining the University of Portsmouth for February 2021 intake can apply for this scholarship which is available as a fee discount for the first year of study. This is a merit-based scholarship open to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. However, it cannot be combined with any other scholarship, discount or fee offer at the University of Portsmouth.

Indian students are also eligible for a £1,600 Vice Chancellor's Global Development Scholarship at the University of Portsmouth for both UG and PG courses. The scholarship is available as a fee reduction for the first year of study. It is a guaranteed scholarship which can be automatically availed at the time of enrollment.  

University of Portsmouth is a top 25 UK University (Guardian University Rankings 2020) and the University was rated Gold in the most recent Teaching Excellence Framework. Portsmouth emphasises on ‘real world learning’ and works closely with employers to provide students a great career start. With a graduate employment rate of 97.5%, the University is highly rated for student satisfaction. 

Portsmouth offers a diverse portfolio of undergraduate and postgraduate courses across five faculties most of which have a placement year on offer. 

If you are interested in applying, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK India today. Our team will be happy to talk through all your available study options and help you study in the UK.

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