International Excellence Scholarships
The University of Bolton is always striving to build upon the strong international community that is already enjoying Bolton life.
To assist future international students, we are proud to announce a number of new International Excellence Scholarships available to full-time self-paying students* joining bachelors, taught masters and research masters study (for January or September 2020).
The maximum level scholarship extends to £5,000 for the duration of 3-year bachelors study and £3,000 for 1 year/18 months masters/PhD study. As a sign of our continued commitment to a globally inclusive campus, all full-time self-paying international students will be eligible to be considered for the Bronze scholarship.
The level of the International Excellence Scholarships is broken down into three bands (Gold, Silver and Bronze) based on the academic ability of the applicant.
*Sponsored students will not be eligible for this scholarship.
*The scholarship entitlement for year 2 and year 3 will be subject to passing all modules in the preceding year
Gold – Students with a top quartile (25%) mark in their entry qualification
Silver – Students with a top half (50%) mark in their entry qualification
Bronze – Most international students will be eligible*
*Final assessment of scholarship eligibility will be made by the international office and are made at the discretion of the University. The relevant amount of scholarship will be deducted at point of payment i.e. you will pay the tuition fee minus the scholarship amount. Sponsored students will not be eligible for this scholarship.
These scholarships shall extend to courses starting in January and September 2020. There is no separate application form requirement. International students will be automatically assessed for these scholarships at point of application. The deadline for being considered for these scholarships will follow the same admissions deadlines.
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