University of Nottingham Scholarships for High Achieving African Students 2019/2020
The University of Nottingham is offering a scholarship program of £2,000 each to students from Africa registering for our Engineering and Physical Sciences Foundation Certificate.
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This scholarship program which is offered annually will end on 28th June 20, 2019
Eligible Countries: All African countries where three of these scholarships will be reserved for students from Kenya or Nigeria
Sponsors: The University of Nottingham High Achiever Foundation
Host country: University of Nottingham, United Kingdom
Fields of Study: Engineering and Physical Sciences only.
About the scholarship Programme: The University of Nottingham foundation courses provide an entry portal into selected degrees in arts, business, engineering, science, and social sciences. It is an opportunity to gain the skills, knowledge, and experience needed to undertake a bachelor’s degree while studying at a world-class university.
Type of scholarship: Undergraduate
Eligibility: Applicants for this high achiever prize-
are national of an African country OR
students permanently domiciled in an African country AND
are classed as overseas students for fee purposes AND
already secured an offer to commence the Engineering and Physical Sciences Foundation Certificate at Nottingham University in September 2019. You must have gone for that offer by 28 June 2019.
Candidates will be notified of the outcome of their application in the last week of June.
Candidates will only be eligible to receive this scholarship program if they meet the conditions of their academic offer.
The scholarship program is for the first year only.
Number and Value of the Scholarship program: The number and value of the scholarship program will be communicated.
Duration: This scholarship program is for the first year only.
Requirements to study an undergraduate degree
In order to apply for an undergraduate degree in the UK, applicants are required to have successfully finished high school.
UK universities accept a number of different high school qualifications, which include A-levels, International Baccalaureate and Advanced Placements.
However, the high school certificates from some countries are not accepted for direct entry into a bachelor degree in the UK. In this case, students need to complete an international foundation course first before entry into degree studies.
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How to Apply:
You’ll need to first apply for admission and be registered as a full-time student at the university.
Download the application form here.
Send your completed application form to email@example.com by 28 June 2019 for your application to be reviewed for consideration.
NOTE: It is important to go through the Application requirements thoroughly before applying.
Visit the official Website here for more details