Canterbury Christ Church University is offering Vice-Chancellors Scholarships for international students to pursue undergraduate and taught postgraduate degree programme. A merit-based award of £1000 per academic year, for up to three years of undergraduate study and of £2000 for the first year of taught PG study at CCCU will be awarded. Being merit-based, both scholarships are competitive and will be awarded to the applicants who demonstrate the highest level of academic achievement. Application should be submitted till 11th July, 2014.
Study Subject(s): Scholarships are awarded to learn any of the courses available at Canterbury Christ Church University.
Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing undergraduate and postgraduate taught degree programme.
Scholarship Provider: Canterbury Christ Church University
Scholarship can be taken at: UK
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Eligibility: To be eligible to apply for an International Scholarship you must: -Be assessed as an overseas fee-payer and not be eligible to pay home fees -Plan to fund your studies yourself or with family support, but not have received any other kind of scholarship awarded by CCCU or other external organisation -Hold an unconditional offer for one of the eligible courses or -Hold a conditional offer for one of the eligible courses listed above and provide evidence of meeting any conditions before the scholarship deadline date. Take up your place of an offer for academic year 2014/15.
Scholarship Open for International Students: International students can apply for these Vice-Chancellors Scholarships.
Scholarship Description: As part of commitment to recognising academic excellence and achievement, Canterbury Christ Church University is happy to announce that they will be offering the following merit-based scholarships to international students on full-degree, taught programmes.
Number of award(s): Not known
Duration of award(s): These Vice-Chancellors Scholarships will be awarded for up to three years of undergraduate study and for up to one year for postgraduate study.
What does it cover?
–Undergraduate level: A merit-based award of £1000 per academic year, for up to three years of undergraduate study.
-Postgraduate level: A merit-based award of £2000 for the first year of taught PG study at CCCU (The vast majority of our PG taught programmes are one-year in duration).
Selection Criteria: Being merit-based, both scholarships are competitive and will be awarded to the applicants who demonstrate the highest level of academic achievement.
Notification: Successful candidates will be informed of the outcome of their application after consideration by the appropriate faculty scholarships panel.
How to Apply: Once you have been offered a place on one of degree programmes, please contact the International Office for information on how to apply, criteria and application forms for the relevant scholarship.
Scholarship Application Deadline: The application deadline is 11th July.