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Newcastle University

Scholarships at Newcastle University

Key Information
Rank 37
Location Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Established 1834
International Students 19.3%
Famous For Medicine, Architecture, Art & Design
International Fees £20,900-28,800
Key Information
Location Newcastle upon Tyne, England
Established 1834
Famous For Medicine, Architecture, Art & Design
International Fees £20,900-28,800
Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships
Scholarship Name Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarships
Academic Year 2024
Scholarship amount £4,000
Nationality Any

We are pleased to offer 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships. They will assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree.

Value of award

£4,000 tuition fee awards.

Number of awards

200 in total (undergraduate and postgraduate courses).

Overview

Newcastle University offers 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships. They will assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree.

Eligibility criteria

To be considered for awards applicants must:

  • be domiciled in one of the following countries: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand or Vietnam.

  • have been offered a place to study on an eligible undergraduate or Master’s degree course at the University’s Newcastle city centre campus for the 2024/25 academic year.

  • be assessed as international for fee purposes.

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