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|The University of Birmingham|
The University of Birmingham is pleased to announce two scholarship awards of £2,500 for select students applying for entry to an undergraduate programme at the Birmingham UK campus starting September 2021.
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This scholarships will be awarded to the highest performing students starting their University of Birmingham programmes in 2021/22.
Value of Award
The scholarship awards are for £2,500 towards tuition fees for the first year only of a full time undergraduate degree programme at the University of Birmingham UK campus, starting September 2021.
Please note that students already registered and studying on a programme at the University of Birmingham in the UK, and students applying for MBChB Medicine and Surgery or BDS Dental Surgery are not eligible for this scholarship.
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In order to be eligible, candidates must:
How to Apply
To apply for this scholarship, students will need to have accepted an offer from the University of Birmingham by 2 July 2021 and have selected Birmingham as their firm choice.
Selection for the award will be based on academic merit. No interview will be required. The scholarship recipients will be announced in August, and the scholarships will be awarded upon the student’s enrolment in September 2021.
Students need to email the Middle East team, with their UCAS ID, programme applied for, and their final transcript before the above deadline. Please follow the format of ‘Application for Scholarship – UCAS ID – Student name’ as the email subject.
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For further information and to submit your application, please email [email protected]
For More Information:
Visit the Official Webpage of the University of Birmingham Middle East & N. Africa Outstanding Achievement Scholarship