Scholarships for February 2021 Intake at the University of Surrey

15 June 2020

The University of Surrey has confirmed a February 2021 intake and applications will be accepted starting August 2020. The University of Surrey announced to launch its February 2021 intake with over 40 masters programmes including 2-year masters degree course with placement. Postgraduate courses available for the February 2021 entry include specialist courses in:

The University also announced the Surrey India Scholarship of £2500 for Indian students applying for the February 2021 intake at Surrey. Surrey which has been named 'University of the Year’ (The Times and Sunday Times University Guide 2016) is an outstanding university with a TEF gold rating for teaching excellence. The University is famous for making graduates work ready and a majority of its students undertake Professional Training placements as part of their undergraduate study. 

If you are interested in applying for the February 2021 entry at University of Surrey and want to learn more about courses, accommodation, applications and entry requirements, book a free consultation with SI-UK today. Our education consultants can support you throughout the application process and help you study in the UK.


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