The Scholarships will be allocated across all departments, for both undergraduates and postgraduates.
Falmouth University is offering 40 Scholarships of £2,000 each, which will be paid as a fee waiver in a student’s first year of study.
Applicants must qualify as an International student (due to pay International fees) and be a new student to Falmouth University in academic year 2017/18. Applicants can be applying for either Undergraduate or Postgraduate study, but only students intending to study at Falmouth can be considered. Applicants for DIME, Bodmin College, Flexible Falmouth, ACM or FRA should contact their course provider directly.
We ask applicants to provide two short supporting statements, which give reasons as to why they think they should be awarded the scholarship. The statements should to demonstrate what contribution the applicant thinks they would make to the course and to the wider community at Falmouth University. This should include details about skills, background and experience. If relevant, the statements could include information regarding any additional needs an applicant may have and which the scholarship might assist in managing.
- Applicants can download the application form from here.
- The form should be completed and returned by email attachment to email@example.com to be received no later than 4pm, June 2nd 2017. Late applications will not be considered.
- The Student Funding Team will check that all scholarship applicants also have a live course application. Scholarship applicants with no live course application will not be considered.
- Both the Student Funding Team and representatives from academic departments will consider applications, based on both the quality of the scholarship application and the recommendation of Admissions tutors.
- The Student Funding Team will inform applicants and relevant teams of outcomes by the 30th June 2017. All applicants will be contacted by email, as per the address provided in their application.
- Decisions of the panel are final.
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