27 October 2020
The University of Sussex have announced an exciting package of international scholarships for the upcoming September 2021 intake. These scholarships are available for a wide range of courses at the undergraduate and postgraduate level and offer a fantastic opportunity for Indian students to partially fund their course fee at Sussex.
The Sussex India Scholarship of the value of £3000 is available at the masters level and applicable to most postgraduate courses at the University. This is an automatic scholarship offered at the time of acceptance of the offer by Indian students.
The Chancellor’s scholarship of the value of £5000 is being offered to international students applying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University of Sussex. A maximum of 100 of these scholarships are available for the September 2021 intake. Another benefit of this award is that it can be combined with other scholarships.
Another great scholarship of the award value of £3000 is being offered at the Sussex Business School for all taught masters courses for September 2021. The scholarship is available and applied automatically.
The School of Engineering and Informatics at the University of Sussex is offering a scholarship for all masters taught courses. The award value is £3000 and the scholarship is applied automatically.
University of Sussex is a top ranking UK university located in Brighton, voted the happiest city in England for students. Many of the subjects taught at Sussex are ranked in the global top 100 including business and economics, social sciences, psychology and law.
January and September 2021 intake at the University of Sussex is now open. If you want to study at the University of Sussex and begin your applications, speak with an SI-UK consultant today by registering for a free consultation here.
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