International Excellence Scholarship – Brunel University Londo, UK
Designation/Position- International Excellence Scholarship
Brunel University Londo, UK invites application for International Excellence Scholarship from eligible and interested candidates
About- Brunel University London is pleased to offer a prestigious package of scholarships for International students. The scholarship scheme is for fully self-funded students only and is based on overall academic merit and professional experience. We will award scholarships to applicants who most closely meet or exceed the criteria for the award.
Research/Job Area- All available research area
Location- Brunel University Londo, UK
To apply you need to have received an offer to study on an eligible course starting in September 2020 or January 2021.
- Must be classed as Overseas for fees purposes and be self-funded (not sponsored). Applicants who are unsure of their fee status should note Brunel uses the information they have provided in their application form to assess fee status against regulations set by the UK government. For information on these regulations please visit the independent organisation UKCISA’s website.
- Must have an offer to study on a full time undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme (including placement routes and undergraduate integrated Masters programmes) starting in September 2020 or January 2021.
- Must complete the relevant Scholarship application by the stated deadline.
- All applicants must meet all conditions of their offer by the time they are due to register at Brunel.
1 Scholarship awardees will be responsible for paying the remainder of their tuition fees after the scholarship contribution is deducted from the total fees for each academic year.
2 The tuition fee will be reduced by £6,000 in year 1 of their chosen course for Postgraduate applicants and reduced by £6,000 per academic year, for a maximum of three years, for Undergraduate applicants. This scholarship is not payable in the placement year of an Undergraduate sandwich programme, in the final year of an MEng programme or in the Masters year of an integrated Masters degree programme.
Conditions of fee waiver:
- The fee waiver will only be made providing the student is fully enrolled at the University on an undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme.
- Payment in subsequent years will only be made providing the student progresses to the next level of study [scholarship payments will not be made during a repeating year until the student has satisfactorily progressed to the next level].
Postgraduate: £6,000 as a tuition fee waiver applied to the first year of study only.
Undergraduate: £6,000 as a tuition fee waiver, each year for a maximum of three years. The Scholarship will be paid once for each eligible level of study, subject to normal progression criteria having been met (additional payments will not be made during a repeating year, regardless of the reason for repetition).
Applicants must have applied for a full time undergraduate or postgraduate taught programme starting in September 2020 or January 2021.
How many: September entry: 110 scholarships will be allocated in early September, to those applicants who meet all the following eligibility criteria.
January entry: 20 scholarships, plus any remaining awards from September, will be allocated in January 2021.
How to Apply- To be considered applicants must complete a register your interest form by the stated deadlines. Applications will only be accepted if all sections of the application form have been completed and if the applicant is holding an offer on a course starting in September 2020 or January 2021.
Brunel will assess each application for suitability against these scholarship terms and conditions.
For Contact- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last Date for Apply–
The Scholarship will be allocated in two phases.
Phase 1: Apply by 17 April 2020 to be considered for an early award.
Phase 2: Apply by 30 June 2020 to be considered for a later award.
Applicants who are not awarded in the first phase will be automatically considered again for phase 2.