Bursary for Indian Students at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David

24 July 2020

Indian students are offered a fantastic bursary package by the University of Wales Trinity Saint David which is available for the September 2020 and January 2021 intakes. The bursary is worth GBP 14,000 per academic year which includes one academic year accommodation worth GBP 4,000. 

This is a special bursary scheme available to India postgraduate students applying for taught PG programmes (MBA, MA and MSc) only for the Swansea campus. UWTSD is an industry-led university with high graduate employability and strong reputation for sutent support and good welfare. The UWTSD is a modern university which provides a safe and convenient learning environment to international students located at the Swansea Marina in the heart of the beautiful beach city of Swansea. 

If you are interested in studying at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David and want to learn more about the application deadline, process, eligibility conditions and courses available for this bursary scheme, connect with an SI-UK education consultant today by arranging a free consultation

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