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UK Counsellors’ Symposium Participation 2018

UK Counsellors’ Symposium Participation 2018

The UK is a world-class leader for Higher Education. It’s then not so surprising that courses here come with quite the price tag for the privilege. If you’re aiming to study in the UK, but need help with funding to do so, there are many scholarships that may be suitable.

With the British Government and various UK Universities offering scholarship schemes, here we take a look at some of the most attractive from many of the UK’s top institutions.

University of Lincoln:

PhD Scholarship – The University of Lincoln is making a significant investment to provide research opportunities for exceptional doctoral candidates through its annual half-million pound Research Investment Fund. Applicants should have a first or higher upper second-class honours degree, and preferably a relevant Master’s degree.

University of Bangor:

International Scholarship – Up to £12,000 – All countries

Alumni/Existing Students/Family Discount – £1,000 in addition to the Bangor International Scholarship – All countries Further schemes available for postgraduate and research/PhD scholarships.

Bath Spa University:

Vice Chancellor’s International Scholarship – £5,000 – Available for high achieving students in previous education – applicants must show global creativity, culture and enterprise (2 places).

Vice Chancellor’s International PG Scholarship to an Iraqi on Women in Leadership in Higher Education – fees plus an allowance of £1,800 to support research needs – Same requirements as above (1 place).

Further schemes available for UK based Syrian refugees, Postgraduates, students progressing from pre-sessional to full-time and specialist regional scholarships for those from China, India, Nepal and South East Asia.

Birmingham City University:

0-20% Scholarship – For those already studying at Birmingham City University who go straight from undergrad to postgrad study. There’s an added 5% scholarship if you achieve a 2:2, and a further 5% if you achieve a 2:1 or above (this would be the top-end 20% scholarship).

10% Scholarship – For those already studying elsewhere in the UK (certain courses excluded)

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