University of Plymouth Offers Scholarships and New Courses for 2020 Entry

15 May 2020

University of Plymouth, a three times winner of the Queen's Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education, is offering multiple scholarships for international students in 2020. Overseas students applying for undergraduate and postgraduate courses at the University are eligible to apply for a scholarship of £2000. The School of Psychology at Plymouth is also offering an International Gold and Platinum Scholarship of £4000 on the tuition fee for year one. A 50% off on the tuition fee for one year is awarded to international students who qualify for the International Academic Excellence Scholarship at the University of Plymouth.

University of Plymouth is one of the top 10 Young Universities in the UK (THE Rankings 2019), reputed for award winning courses and expert teaching in various subject areas including arts, computing, chemistry, architecture and environment, Design, Education and Teaching, Marine, Law, criminology and Policing and Engineering. Plymouth also launched a new masters course in Environmental Geochemistry for the 2020 Entry. 

Connect with an education counsellor at SI-UK for more information on scholarship eligibility conditions, deadlines, entry requirements and applications for new courses at the University of Plymouth. Book a free consultation with SI-UK today. 

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