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INTO University of Stirling scholarships
Scholarship Name INTO University of Stirling scholarships
Academic Year 2020
Nationality Any

Do I qualify for a scholarship?

To find out whether you are eligible to apply, you’ll need to take a look at the requirements for each individual scholarship. If you are not eligible for one particular scholarship, there may be another that you can apply for instead.

Please be aware that successful scholarship holders will be expected to:

  • Successfully meet all remaining conditions for entry to their chosen course.
  • Maintain excellent attendance and complete all work during their course.

What types of scholarship are available?

Regional Scholarship

If you're starting an International Foundation, International Diploma or Graduate Diploma pathway at INTO University of Stirling, you could be eligible for a scholarship of up to £3,000 towards your tuition fees.

Course

 

International Foundation

 

 

Graduate Diploma

 

 

International Diploma

 

Start dates

January 2020

Maximum value

 

£3,000

 

Eligibility

 

All scholarships are awarded on merit. Please contact your Educational Counsellor or Enrolment Services Advisor for further information.

How much money is on offer?

The amount of money available through scholarships can vary. Remember that a scholarship will only cover some of your tuition fees. You will still have to fund your remaining tuition fees and your accommodation, insurance, visa and other living costs in full. For more information, see our fees and finance page.

What is the process of applying for a scholarship?

You can only apply for a scholarship if you have also submitted an application for one of our courses. To apply for a scholarship at INTO University of Stirling, you will need to fill out the scholarship application form, and send it – along with copies of the documents listed below – to into@stir.ac.uk.

The documents you’ll need to provide are:

  • your offer letter
  • your latest academic transcript
  • evidence of your English language proficiency
  • a one page personal statement

Your application will then be reviewed by a scholarship panel, and successful students will be notified via the email address provided on their application form.

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