University of Greenwich Offers Full Scholarship to Indian Students

24 April 2019

The University of Greenwich will be offering a joint scholarship with the British Council for exceptional Indian students interested in studying in the UK. The GREAT India Scholarship will be awarded to three Indian students and shall cover the full tuition fee for the first year of study at the University. The scholarships will be on the basis of academic merit and future potential. The Scholarships are available for the following undergraduate and postgraduate programmes at the University of Greenwich:


  • Computer Science (Cyber Security), BSc Hons
  • Architecture, BA Hons
  • Psychology with Counselling, BSc Hons


  • Global Public Health MSc
  • International and Commercial Law, LLM

Eligibility Requirements:

  • Applicants must be Indian passport holders and resident in India at the time of the application
  • Completed all of their previous studies in India
  • Applicants must be holding an offer to study the above mentioned UG and PG courses with the University of Greenwich for September/October 2019

Deadline for submitting the scholarship applications is 12th May 2019. For more information on how to apply for scholarships at the University of Greenwich, arrange a free consultation with SI-UK today.

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