30 March 2021
Teesside University offers a number of scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate taught courses. Additionally international students can also apply for the British Council Scholarships available at Teesside including the GREAT scholarship and the British Council Women in STEM scholarships.
Nine STEM scholarships worth £35,000 are available for international students each covering all academic fees and a bursary for all living expenses. This is a great opportunity for female students applying to study an STEM master’s course at Teesside University and the application deadline for this scholarship is 9th April 2021.
Additionally two fully-funded scholarships are also available in partnership with British Council for women from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka beginning a master’s programme in one of the following subjects:
Six GREAT Scholarships of £10,000 award value are available to students enrolling on any postgraduate taught programme in September 2021. To become eligible to apply for this scholarship, students must hold and offer to study at Teesside by 30th April 2021 and be a self-funded international student for tuition fee purposes.
Teesside University situated in Middlesbrough is one of most affordable UK universities. The University is renowned for teaching excellence and received nine National Teaching Fellowships for excellence in teaching quality. It was also the first modern university to win a Times Higher Education Award.
If you want to apply for Teesside University scholarships or wish to learn more about the eligibility conditions and application process, please contact an SI-UK abroad education specialist today. Arrange your free consultation to speak with a counsellor on call or walk-in at your nearest SI-UK India office.
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