University of Portsmouth Announces Scholarships for Indian Students for 2020 Intake

8 June 2020

Indian students can apply for the Chancellor's Global Academic Merit Scholarship at the University of Portsmouth for September 2020 entry and the deadline for application has been extended till June 11th. The scholarship will be awarded as a fee reduction of £5,000 for the first year of studies at the University of Portsmouth. The scholarship is merit-based and is open to both undergraduate and postgraduate students. 

Another scholarship offered by the University of Portsmouth for September 2020 Intake is the Vice Chancellor's Global Development Scholarship, which offers a scholarship award of £1,600 to both UG and PG applicants from India. 

University of Portsmouth is a top 25 UK University (Guardian University Rankings 2020). Rated highly for student satisfaction and graduate employment, 97.5% of its graduates are in employment or further studies six months into graduation. Portsmouth offers a diverse portfolio of practical UG and PG courses across five faculties most of which have a placement year on offer.   

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