March 17, 2015

New International Scholarships at Staffordshire University


A new range of International Scholarships for entry in September 2015 and January 2016. 

South East Asia:                Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand

A)     New Merit Scholarships

Available to international students (domiciled in the countries above) enrolling for the first time on campus in September 2015 or January 2016.
The Merit scholarships will be awarded automatically on application to the University as follows:

Foundation
(International Year One Engineering)

Automatic £1,000 scholarship for applicants who meet the published entry requirements
Undergraduate

Automatic £1,000 Scholarship for applicants who meet the published entry requirements
Postgraduate taught

Automatic Scholarship as follows:

Applicants with results equivalent to UK First Class degree: £2,000
Applicants with results equivalent to UK 2:1 degree: £1,500
Applicants with results equivalent to UK 2:2 degree: £1,000


B)      New Undergraduate Progression Scholarships

The New Undergraduate Progression Scholarships will be awarded on an annual basis dependent on performance across the full academic year.
For example, if a student achieves First Class Aggregate grades at the end of their first-year studies at Staffordshire, they will automatically qualify for a £2,000 discount on their second-year tuition fees.
Full details follow:

On progression toward Years 2, 3 and 4 (dependent on performance across the full academic year) the following will be awarded:

Aggregate First Class Degree:     £2,000
Aggregate 2.1 Class Degree:        £1,500
Aggregate 2.2 Class Degree:        £1,000


C)      International Partnerships Progression Scholarship

£1,000 Scholarship for all students who progress to Staffordshire University from an International Partner Institution


D)     Eligibility Criteria

1.       Eligibility by country
Scholarships are to be confined to international tuition fee payers only who are domiciled in one of the countries listed above.
This will be evidenced in the application process by the submission of a valid passport.

2.       Eligibility by funding status
Scholarships will be available to self-funding students only and not to those in receipt of company, government or philanthropic trust funding.
For example, students funded by Shell, the Saudi government, the Aga Khan Foundation etc. will not be eligible for a Staffordshire University scholarship.

3.        Students who receive the Alumni Discount of 15% will not be eligible for any further Staffordshire University scholarship.

4.       Students who receive the International Partner Progression Scholarship will not be eligible for any further Staffordshire University scholarship.

5.       Eligibility for Undergraduate Progression Scholarship
Should a student repeat a year due to academic failure, they will not receive a Progression Scholarship as they will not have demonstrated satisfactory academic progress.

For any information, please feel free to contact/visit your nearest JM OFFICE. 

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