The University of Sheffield is inviting applications for the International Undergraduate Scholarships from high-achieving students for the academic year 2022.
The program is open to all international undergraduate students who have just completed high school and want to start their studies in the UK.
Nice program to study at the University of Sheffield in the UK.
The University of Sheffield was founded in 1897. It accepted its royal charter in 1905 as the successor to the University College of Sheffield. The university was initially formed by the merger of three colleges.
Why study at the University of Sheffield? The university’s mission is to introduce the importance of diversity among learners and educators. The university provides the best placements for its best applicant.
Application Deadline: Candidates must submit their programme application before 17 June 2022.
- University or Organization: University of Sheffield
- Department: NA
- Course Level: Undergraduate program
- Awards: £2,500 per year
- Access Mode: Online
- Numbers of Awards: Not known
- Nationality: International
- Program can be taken in the UK
- Language: English
- Eligible Countries: All countries around the world.
- Eligible Course or Subjects: The program is for undergraduate program is available Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Faculty of Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health, and Faculty of Science.
- Eligibility Criteria: To apply for the award, applicants must meet the eligibility criteria-
- You must commence your studies for an undergraduate degree at the University of Sheffield in September 2022. All undergraduate degree courses are included except for Medicine (A100/A101) and Dentistry (A200).
- You must choose the University of Sheffield as your firm or insurance before 16:00 (UK time) on 17 June 2022.
- The scholarship will be awarded automatically – no scholarship application is required in the first or subsequent years.
- Subject to meeting the eligibility and award criteria, the scholarship will be guaranteed in the first year of study.
The scholarship is applicable to each subsequent academic year of study, subject to achieving 60% or above and a minimum of 120 credits in the previous academic year. The scholarship does not apply to any compulsory or optional years in the industry, work placements, or year abroad.
- You must enter a degree programme at the University of Sheffield in year 1. If you are entering year 2, you would be eligible for this scholarship, providing you are not receiving a scholarship/award as part of a collaborative programme with your home institution.
- The scholarship will take the form of a tuition fee reduction only.
- You must be self-funded and classified as overseas for tuition fee purposes.
- You must not be a sponsored student*.
- The scholarships are for full-time and part-time students only. Students studying online or via distance learning are not eligible for a scholarship.
- Part-time students will receive the equivalent value of the scholarship split pro-rata over a single full-time academic year.
- For scholarship purposes, all MArch programmes are considered postgraduate taught programmes and are not eligible for this or any undergraduate scholarships.
- This scholarship cannot be deferred to a future year of entry. If you decide to defer entry to another year, you forfeit this award.
How to Apply
- How to apply: To register for the program, the applicant must be admitted to the undergraduate degree program at the university. After taking admission, applicants will automatically consider applying for the award.
- Supporting Documents: To apply for the program, applicants have to submit a statement as the reason for their application and a personal CV.
- Admission Requirements: For admission to the university, the applicant must submit proof of their previous study level.
- Language Requirement: Applicant has to show their English language aptitude by IELT or TOEFL test if English is not their first language.
The scholarship is worth £2,000 per year for courses in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities and Faculty of Social Sciences and £2,500 per year for courses in the Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health, and Faculty of Science.