|Scholarship Name||Vice-Chancellor's International Scholarship (UG)|
|Scholarship amount||up to £17,500|
|Scholarship Deadline||31 May 2023|
Aston University welcomes students from over 120 different countries every year to study with us. Located in the centre of Birmingham, the UK’s second largest city, Aston University is an international centre of learning in a dynamic city.
We are committed to offering the highest quality of teaching, based on cutting-edge research, and we aim to give our students the skills and knowledge they need to achieve career success.
The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship is our most prestigious, available to undergraduate and postgraduate students. We are looking for the most outstanding students who have achieved exceptional academic results, and who can demonstrate a passion for their subject through professional work experience, volunteering or extracurricular projects and activities.
How much is this scholarship worth?
Successful applicants will be awarded up to £17,500 to help with tuition fees.
Who can apply?
International and EU students from any country can apply. This scholarship is available for students applying to undergraduate (excluding Medicine) taught courses starting in September 2023.
For more details on eligibility see the scholarship terms and conditions.
What type of student is likely to receive this scholarship?
Aston University welcomes students from all backgrounds. We take pride in our diverse student body who come not only from all over the world, but also from a wide range of social and educational backgrounds. This scholarship will be awarded to students who demonstrate academic excellence, and a genuine commitment to their subject area which could be demonstrated by work-experience, volunteering or extra-curricular projects and activities.
When is the deadline?
For courses starting in September 2023, the deadline to apply for this scholarship is:
The deadline that successful applicants will receive a response by is:
What happens next?
If your application is successful, you will be awarded up to £5,000 per year of study (total value up to £17,500 including a placement year) to help with tuition fees.
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