8 November 2017
University of Dundee, one of the World’s top 200 Universities is delighted to announce University of Dundee Global Excellence Scholarships for all under graduate & post graduate programmes.
Ranked 1st for Law in Scotland, University of Dundee is located on East end of the central Lowlands of Scotland. With a low cost of living, beautiful scenery and fantastic scholarship opportunities, Dundee is the perfect student city.
To presents a fantastic opportunity for students to come to one of the UK's best universities for student experience, University of Dundee is welcoming the brightest and best students by awarding Global Excellence Scholarships.
The scholarship is available to all International Students. The amount of Scholarship will be deducted from the tuition fees which are due.
Scholarships for Under Graduate Programs
1) The value of the Scholarship is £5000 per year for International fee-status applicants matriculating with entry grades AAB at A-level or equivalent
2) The value of the Scholarship is £5000 in the entry year only for International fee-status applicants matriculating with entry grades lower than AAB at A-level or equivalent for the applicants who have applied for and have been awarded the Scholarship
Start Date: September 2018
Scholarships for Post Graduate Programs
The value of the scholarship is £5000 per year for international fee-status applicants matriculating with Entry Grades AAB at A-Level or Equivalent.
Start Date: January 2018, September 2018
Eligibility: To be eligible an applicant must:
1) Have met all the academic conditions attached to their unconditional or conditional offer of admission for entry
2) Have obtained the qualification specified in the scholarship offer
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