The University of Surrey Announces its International Masters Scholarship

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The University of Surrey Announces its International Masters Scholarship

9 October 2019

The University of Surrey is a popular destination for students applying in the UK, with its strong culture of collaboration, cutting-edge facilities and the breathtaking natural beauty of the Surrey hills. It is home to over 16,000 students, of which 6000 are international, and the University has more than 2000 placement partners and a network of 100,000 alumni.

The University of Surrey has also now announced their ‘Surrey International Masters Scholarship’ which is available for applications.

  • £2500 scholarships for all Indian students.
  • Applicable for all 2020 master’s courses, except MBA.
  • Eligible for all Indian students who meet the conditions of the offer without competition.
  • No cap or limit on the student intake.

This is the first time that the University of Surrey has a flat scholarship available for all Indian students in an endeavor to enroll more students for the 2020 intake.

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