Study in UK: University of Buckingham Postgraduate Scholarship for International Students

Are you an international student seeking to pursue your postgraduate study in UK, an opportunity is open for you right now to apply at university of Buckingham.University of Buckingham is making a first class scholarship available to both home and international students undertaking a taught postgraduate degree at the UniversityThe University of Buckingham (UB) is a non-profit, private university in the UK and the oldest of the country’s five private universities. It is located in Buckingham, England, and was founded as the University College at Buckingham (UCB) in 1973, admitting its first students in 1976. It was granted university status by royal charter in 1983.The University of Buckingham would like to encourage students to come to Buckingham regardless of their financial circumstances. The bursaries and scholarships being offered are awarded on merit and/or on financial need.

Offered Since: 2015

Type: Postgraduate taught

Eligible Countries: international

Institution: The University of Buckingham

To be taken at (country): UK

Value of Scholarship: The scholarship will reduce tuition fees by 33%

Eligibility: All awards are subject to your meeting the University’s academic entry requirements and abiding by the University’s rules and regulations. To be eligible to apply for a scholarship you will need to have been offered a place to study at Buckingham. In the case of Universities and Colleges Admissions Service(UCAS) applications, if you are made an award you will need to select Buckingham as your firm acceptance choice.

Selection Criteria: The scholarship will be automatically awarded to applicants who already have a first class honours degree that is recognised to UK standard.

Worth of Scholarship: The scholarship will reduce tuition fees by 33%.

Duration of Scholarship: Duration of course

How to Apply: 

Visit Scholarship Webpage for details

Application Deadline: 3rd November, 2017

Offered annually

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