Funding Specific to International Students

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Scholarships for International Students: International Undergraduates, International Postgraduates and Funding for Students from the USA.

Funding specific to international students:

The schemes listed are the main funding awards for international students.

Most funding schemes offer partial assistance and funding bodies have strict criteria and competition for awards can be fierce.

Therefore it's worth remembering to follow any instructions for how to make an application and make sure you apply before the deadline (which can be over a year before the start of your programme).

If you are seeking financial assistance you should first contact your own Ministry of Education who will be able to advise you on your own government's schemes for students studying abroad.

The British Council in your country should also be able to tell you of any British scholarship schemes for which you are eligible.

If there is no British Council office, then contact your nearest British Embassy or High Commission.

Some international organisations such as UNESCO and WHO operate scholarship schemes, usually for developing countries.

In addition voluntary organisations such as religious bodies and charities sometimes award small bursaries.

Undergraduate:

Subject-Specific Scholarships and Bursaries.

A number of Schools offer scholarships for students on specific degree programmes or subjects, and travel bursaries for study abroad. See our list of current Subject-Specific Scholarships.

Postgraduate:

Masters Scholarships for International Students.

The University will be offering a number of scholarships for entry aimed at International Masters students who are able to demonstrate high academic and English language abilities.

Please see our scholarships database search for the latest information.

British Council Chevening Scholarships:

These scholarships are available to offer holders aged 25-35 from a wide range of countries, excluding the USA.

Commonwealth Shared Scholarships Scheme:

The Shared Scholarship Scheme is a joint initiative between the UK Department for International Development (DFID) and UK universities, to support students from developing Commonwealth countries who would not otherwise be able to study a Masters programme in the United Kingdom.

For the University has been allocated two awards for students wishing to apply for the following programmes:

  • Masters in Public Administration.
  • LLM in International Human Rights Law.
  • MSc in Tourism, Development and Policy.
  • MSc in Urban Water Systems.
  • MSc Aquatic Biology and Resource Management.
  • MSc in Biotechnology & Enterprise.
  • MSc in Medical Informatics.

    Follow the links below for more details and application contacts.

    For more information and scholarship applications, see: Funding Specific to International Students

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