Applications are hereby invited as 60 scholarships are available to undergraduate and postgraduate international applicants. As there are a limited number of awards available, these are highly competitive and only applicants with excellent academic achievement and potential will be considered. If you have excellent grades to date, you can apply for a scholarship after you have received an offer to study at the University of Sussex in 2021.
About University of Sussex
The University of Sussex is a leading research-intensive university near Brighton. We have both an international and local outlook, with staff and students from more than 100 countries and frequent engagement in community activities and services.
Aim and Benefits of University of Sussex Undergraduate Scholarships
Scholarship awards £5,000.
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Requirements for University of Sussex Undergraduate Scholarships Qualification
Candidates are expected to meet the following eligibility criteria for the University of Sussex Chancellors International and EU Scholarships (2021);
-Applicants must be domestic or international students
-Applicants must be admitted into undergraduate degree program.
-The award is available for undergraduate courses offered at the University.
-Completed secondary education or its equivalent
-Be classified as ‘overseas’ for fee purposes
-Have received an offer of a place to study a full time Bachelors degree at Sussex in 2021
-Have excellent academic grades
August 1, 2021
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How to Apply
Interested and qualified person should go to University of Sussex on www.sussex.ac.uk to apply.
To be considered for the Chancellors International and EU Scholarship, you need to have received and accepted an offer of a place on an eligible course at Sussex. Please complete the separate scholarship application form online, after you have received an offer to study at Sussex.
For more details, visit University of Sussex website.