Up to 30 awards of £4000 will be awarded towards the first year of full time study (undergraduate and postgraduate taught).
Offered Annually? Yes
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Eligible Countries: International
To be taken at (country): UK
About the Award: This scholarship is available to full-time students studying a bachelor or postgraduate taught level qualification for a duration of 3 years or equivalent time taken to complete the qualification (foundation and extended degrees are exempt).
Type: Undergraduate, Masters taught
Eligibility: Scholarships will be assessed based on the criteria below:
- Academic qualifications – Students achieving the equivalent to a minimum of three A levels at B for Undergraduate courses or above or a 2:1 or above for Postgraduate courses will be considered
- Your motivation to study at ARU and relevant extra curricula activity or work experience. This will be assessed from your personal statement
Number of Awards: 30
Value of Program: £4000. The total value of this scholarship is £4,000, which you’ll receive in your first year of study.
Duration of Program: This scholarship is available to full-time students studying a bachelor or postgraduate taught level qualification for a duration of 3 years or equivalent time taken to complete the qualification (foundation and extended degrees are exempt).
How to Apply: Complete application with all relevant supporting documentation to study a full time course at ARU submitted by the 30th November 2018
International Excellence Scholarship application form
Award Provider: Anglia Ruskin University
Important Notes: Students achieving this award will be notified no later than the 31 July 2017. The awardees will be selected at the discretion of the International Admissions Team. Please also note that this scholarship can not be combined with any other scholarships or early payment discounts.
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