Richmond offering 25 postgraduate scholarships to international students

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Richmond offering 25 postgraduate scholarships to international students

20 March 2019

Richmond, The American International University in London, in partnership with the Sir Cyril Taylor Foundation, are offering 25 postgraduate scholarships covering full tuition and accommodation for international students starting a Richmond course in September 2019 or January 2020.

To successfully apply, students must:

  1. Demonstrate Academic Excellence
  2. Demonstrate how you will be advocate and ambassador for change in your country and your chosen career
  3. Demonstrate the relevance of the programme that you have applied to your career aspirations

For prospective undergraduate students, Richmond offers degrees which are accredited both in the US and the UK in Business, Communications, Arts and Social Sciences and all undergraduate students are offered study abroad and integrated internship opportunities.

If you are interested in applying for the above scholarships at Richmond, or want to learn more about the University and studying in the UK, arrange a free consultation in London or Manchester today.

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  • Richmond, the American University in London

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