Falmouth University - Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship

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Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship
Scholarship Name Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship
Academic Year 2021
Nationality Any
Scholarship Deadline 8 August 2021

The Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship is an award that covers 100% of fees on two selected master's courses. The scholarship is limited to 2020 graduates for the 2021/2022 academic year.

The two courses that are eligible for this scholarship are:

  • MA Marketing and Digital Communications
  • MA User Experience Design

The scholarship aims to support students achieve their career aspirations, which are made possible by undertaking this qualification.

Applicant criteria

For the purpose of the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship, applicants only qualify if they meet the following criteria:

  • Students who have graduated from a Falmouth University undergraduate degree in 2020– either through Falmouth University or validated by Falmouth University through one of our partner organisations*
  • UK domiciled students
  • Only applicants who meet all the normal academic admissions criteria for the relevant full master's courses at Falmouth University will be considered
  • Applicants who already hold a postgraduate qualification (from any institution) will not be considered
  • Only new entrants to postgraduate study will be considered. Currently enrolled or intermitting or withdrawn postgraduate students will not be considered
  • Applicants currently engaged in further-study at any institution will not be considered
  • Applicants must commence their studies in academic year 2021/22

*Students who studied with our partner institutions (linked above) for any other qualification will not be considered. This includes students who (only) completed the Foundation Diploma; a postgraduate qualification or undergraduate degree which was not validated by Falmouth University.

Application Process

Key steps:

1. You should apply for the postgraduate course(s) in the normal way

2. You don't need to wait to be accepted on your course to start to apply for a Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship. There is a form to complete, to apply for the scholarship. Applicants should complete the application form:

3. The form asks a number of questions to support with application, including a 500-word statement, answering the following question:

- 'How will the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship support my career objectives?'

4. The form needs to be completed by 23:59 on 8 August 2021

5. Applicants will be informed of the outcome by 13 August 2021

6. If you are successful in being awarded a scholarship, you will need to ensure you have paid your acceptance fee by 1 September 2021 in order to receive the scholarship

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