University of East Anglia Offers Undergraduate Scholarship in Various Areas for successful international students . The programs of Medicine, Occupational Therapy or Physiotherapy are excepted from this scholarship .
The University of East Anglia is a university located in Norwich, founded as part of the British Government’s New Universities program in the 1960s. The university is a member of the group of leading British research-intensive universities.
The scholarship offers £ 4,000, £ 6,000 or £ 10,000 per year of study.
The scholarship does not cover transportation, subsistence, medical insurance or study materials.
Study Place: United Kingdom
Provider: University of East Anglia
Language (s): English
Applicants must demonstrate a history of community involvement and can demonstrate how their degree will make a difference in the lives and community around them.
Candidates must be in possession of a conditional or unconditional offer for the first year of an undergraduate course beginning at UEA in September 2020. Their offer must indicate that they are an international student paying a fee.
To be classified as a paying international student, you must be a resident outside the EU. Check the official website (link below) for more details on who will pay the international tuition fees.
Candidates must finance their studies independently, which means that they cannot apply if an organization sponsors their study and pays the tuition fees.
Studies in the following courses are not eligible: medicine, occupational therapy, and physical therapy.
Students who are currently studying a Foundation course in the UK are not eligible to apply for this scholarship, but can apply for the UEA International Foundation Scholarships.
Applications will be considered on an ongoing basis, which means that the earlier you submit, the sooner you will know if it has been successful.
You must submit a statement on your application (in approximately 2000 characters) to explain how a University degree from the University of East Anglia would allow you to make a difference in the future. You have to describe (in approximately 2000 characters) how you will contribute to the UEA community during your time on campus.
If you have any queries, please email our planning office for further advice.