University of Aberdeen - International Undergraduate Scholarship

Scholarships

Undergraduate

Location (s):

  • United Kingdom
Aberdeen, Scotland

Overview

As part of our commitment to attracting the very best students to join our diverse international community, we are delighted to offer the University of Aberdeen International Undergraduate Scholarship.

Details

The City and University of Aberdeen have an excellent track record in welcoming international students. We want the Aberdeen experience to be the best you can have anywhere and to be accessible to students from across the world. 

We have taken bold new steps to further enhance the student experience on offer to our students, by investing heavily into new facilities and resources that will benefit all, and by revolutionising our curriculum to modernise the structure, content, delivery and flexibility of Aberdeen degrees to ensure they match the needs of graduates and employers.

How to Apply

  • You will be considered for and notified of the University of Aberdeen International Undergraduate Scholarship as part of the application process. There is no need for an additional application form.
  • The deadline is 15 January

Opportunity is About:


Eligibility

Candidates should be from:

Description of Ideal Candidate:

This scholarship is open to all international undergraduate students studying for 4 years or more at the University of Aberdeen (excludes Medicine). 

Eligibility

  • You must be applying for undergraduate study beginning in September
  • You should be classed as international for the purposes of tuition fees
  • You should be registered on an undergraduate degree (with the exception of Medicine) and have completed three (3) years of study at the University in order to receive the scholarship in your fourth year.

Dates:

Deadline: The application period is open for one or more cycles a year


Cost/funding for participants:

This scholarship is worth one year’s tuition fee.

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