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Fully Funded Chevening Scholarships at Swansea for 2021-22

13 October 2020

The Global Wales programme is co-founding 5 fully funded chevening scholarships for Indian students at Swansea University. These scholarships are available for aspiring Indian students interested in studying a masters at Swansea University in any subject area for the academic year 2021-22. 

The Chevening Scholarships are fully funded and include flights, accommodation and course fee and applications are now open for the 2021/22 academic intake in the UK. Application deadline for the Chevening Scholarship is in November 2020 and the scholarships are awarded to outstanding professionals and require a minimum of two-year work experience. 

Studying at Swansea University can be a great experience for international students as the University is ranked 6th overall in the UK for Student Satisfaction (NSS 2020) and in the UK Top 5 for Career Prospects (Guardian University Guide 2020). Swansea is a TEF Gold standard university offering a wide range of taught masters programmes in business, engineering, arts, humanities, law, science, technology and language.

If you want to study at Swansea University in the UK and learn more about scholarships and courses, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.

 

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