Need to retain your education financially protected? If yes, The University of Sheffield is welcoming foreign students to apply for 6 NCUK Merit grants.
The scholarships are open to new foreign (non-EU) undergraduate or postgraduate candidates that are entering the university from an NCUK Study Centre.
The University of Sheffield was founded in 1897 and is a public research university in the UK. It ranks among the world’s top 100 Universities.
Candidates will be taught by inspirational researchers at Sheffield University and are able to see the work they do firsthand. They contest children to discover their own values and beliefs while enhancing their understanding of others.
Undergraduate and postgraduate degree plans.
Field of Study:
The financing will be granted in any undergraduate and postgraduate subject that university offers.
The scholarships are valuable incentives worth 50 percent of the initial tuition fee for a degree program beginning in September 2020.
This request will be submitted by foreigner applicants.
The conditions for qualification are as follows;
For Undergraduate Candidates:
- Currently candidates should study at a NCUK Study Center.
- All undergraduate courses, with the exception of Medicine (A100/A101), and Dentistry (A200), are valid.
- Your graduation must begin at the University in September 2020.
- Candidates should accept the offer for a full University-studied course. For the considerations of tuition fees, you should be self-financing and eligible to pay the tuition fee abroad.
- You don’t need to be funded.
- You must start a degree program in grade 1 or grade 2 at the University of Sheffield.
- All March applications are regarded as postgraduate applications for scholarship reasons and are not eligible for this or any other undergraduate scholarship.
- Sheffield University retains the right to evaluate and adjust the allocation of a scholarship.
For Postgraduate students:
- Applicants will consider, before 16:00 (UK time) on 26 April 2020, an invitation to pursue a full-time or part-time postgraduate course at the University.
- At the University, your curriculum will begin in September 2020. You must receive an offer for a full University study course.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for applicants who wish to apply for a scholarship:
- Candidates will have to take acceptance to the university to start the application process. You can immediately consider this application after receiving admission.
- Candidates must submit evidence of their previous degree, educational references, qualifications in the English language, a declaration of support, curriculum vitae (CV)/resume.
- Candidates must review the University’s admission criteria page.
- Applicants should be competent in written and spoken English, normally expressed in GCSE English Language or an acceptable English language qualification by grade 4 or grade C or above.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
May 4, 2020.