The University of Wolverhampton is pleased to attract the outstanding students for the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship in the UK for the academic year 2019/20.
The grant is open for international candidates, who wish to pursue a full-time undergraduate degree of three or four years’ duration or a PhD, starting in the academic year 2019/20 at the university. Successful aspirants will be awarded £1,000 towards tuition fees in their first year in the form of this endowment.
The university is having the mission of maximizing the opportunities through generating knowledge, innovation and enterprise among the scholars. Find out more about the bursary by going through the information given below.
In order to apply for the educational award, applicants have to meet the following given conditions:
- International students are eligible for the grant.
- They must hold a firm offer to study a full-time undergraduate degree or a PhD at the university.
- They must have a high school certificate, for an undergraduate degree.
- They must have a postgraduate degree, for a PhD.
How to Apply
To apply for the studentship, scholars have to apply for a full-time undergraduate degree of three or four years’ duration or a PhD at the university. From the applied course application, candidates will be directly being considered on the basis of provided information of the student.
The application deadline is open for September 2019 and January 2020 entry.