Study Abroad: Applications open for Dean’s International Excellence Award 2023/24 by University of Strathclyde, apply before July 3

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Study Abroad: Applications open for Dean’s International Excellence Award 2023/24 by University of Strathclyde, apply before July 3
University of Strathclyde is now open to receive applications for the Dean’s International Excellence Award 2023/24 (Undergraduate). The award is a £3,500 scholarship per year for the duration of the student’s degree.

The University of Strathclyde is inviting applications for Dean’s International Excellence Award 2023/24 (Undergraduate). This scholarship is accessible to new international students who will commence a full-time undergraduate course in the Faculty of Humanities. Also in Social Sciences in September this year at this university. 

The award is a £3,500 (3.63 lakh NR) scholarship per year for the duration of the student’s degree. All offer-holders are eligible for this scholarship. Keep reading if you wish to know more about the application process and eligibility criteria.

Study Abroad: Applications open for Dean’s International Excellence Award 2023/24 by University of Strathclyde, apply before July 3

Know how to apply

You are required to be a new, international fee-paying student. In addition, who possesses an offer of admission to a full-time undergraduate degree? In the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences to apply for this scholarship. A link for the scholarship form will be emailed to the offer-holders within two weeks of getting their offer. 

Eligibility criteria

Here are some of the requirements you need to fulfil to be deemed eligible for the Dean’s International Excellence Award:

  1. You need to be available to begin academic studies in the UK by the commencement of the academic year in September/October 2023.
  2. You are required to have an offer of study for a full-time four-year undergraduate Humanities and Social Sciences programme at the University of Strathclyde. This also incorporates year two entry to the two-year Graduate Entry LLB Law programme.
  3. You should have paid the tuition fees before July 31 2023, and have registered as an international, fee-paying student. 
  4. It should be noted that you are required to be self-funded. 
  5. Students who get full scholarships, from a government office or embassy, are not going to be deemed eligible. 

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