Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship
Our 2017 Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships, worth over £2M, offer funding awards to international students across undergraduate and postgraduate taught levels of study.
Awards of £2,000 are available to international students across a wide range of subject areas.
Qualifying recipients of the scholarship will receive a £2,000 award in the form of a tuition fee discount. No cash alternative is available and the award cannot be used in place of any required deposit.
The Scholarship is for full-time students who will be based on the Cardiff campus and start their studies in September 2017. The award cannot be used for any other year of entry.
Only self-funding international students are eligible and you must be confirmed as an overseas student for fee paying purposes. The scholarship is not open to students who are in receipt of funding from external bodies such as local Government, charities or private organisations.
International applicants holding offers for selected undergraduate programmes will automatically be eligible for the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship. This means you do not need to apply for an award. Students who qualify for the scholarship will be contacted to confirm their eligibility.
If you meet the conditions stated in your UCAS offer you will automatically be awarded the scholarship as a tuition fee discount.
International applicants holding offers for selected postgraduate programmes will automatically be eligible for the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship. This means you do not need to apply for an award.
To be awarded a Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship you must meet, or exceed, the University’s standard requirement set for your programme. Our standard course requirements are available on our course pages.
Applicants who do not meet the stated requirements will not be eligible for the Scholarship.
If you meet the requirements you will automatically be awarded the scholarship as a tuition fee discount.
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