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UK University Scholarships for January/February 2021 Intake

12 August 2020

University of Surrey announced a January/ February 2021 intake for a wide range of postgraduate courses in engineering, business, medicine, computer science, hospitality, arts and linguistics. 

All students applying for the February 2021 entry will also be automatically eligible for an exciting scholarship worth £2500. Applications for the February 2021 intake at Surrey have already opened and students who wish to study in the UK can apply to this top ranking UK university recognised for its teaching excellence (winner of TEF Gold Award) and high student satisfaction ratings (National Students Survey 2019). According to the Graduate Outcomes Survey 2020, 96% of Surrey undergraduates are in employment or further education within six months of graduation reflecting the University’s high graduate employability rating. 

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