Birmingham City University’s 2017 Postgraduate Scholarships worth £5000 for International Students

Level of Study: Postgraduate  | Subject of Study: Varies 

Deadline: 31-March-2017 | Start-Date: September 2017 | Value: £5000


Scholarship Details


The Birmingham City University, UK announces the Vice-Chancellor Scholarships worth £5,000 for applicants starting with the university in September 2017. The scholarships are given based on your academic merit, previous qualifications and your ambition to make a significant contribution to your chosen career field.

 Number of Awards: Varied


The £5,000 scholarship will be deducted from tuition fee for courses starting in the 2017/18 academic year. Please note that it is not possible to hold more than one scholarship from Birmingham City University.

 Application Details

Eligibility Requirements:

You are eligible to apply for this scholarship:

 If you are an international student who has applied to a Postgraduate level course with the Birmingham City University

If you are an international student who is liable to pay the Non-EU tuition fee

If you are an international student who has undertaken excellent work experience

If you are an international student who has contributed to the society or your community

If you are an undergraduate international student who has secured or predicted at least 120 UCAS points (300 points in old tariff)

If you are a postgraduate student who has secured at least a 2:1 in their bachelor’s degree

How to apply:

Apply online using the university’s application form.

Further Information

Application Assessment:

Applicants will be assessed by a University Panel. The University reserves the right to the final decision.

Results Notification:

We will advise successful applicants on or before 2 June 2017. There are a limited number of scholarships available; if you do not hear from us by 2 June 2017, your scholarship application has not been successful.

Relevant Scholarship Links

Link to theScholarship Page.

Link to the Application Page.

Birmingham City University @ A Glance:

Our early history can be traced back to the five individual colleges which would be brought together as The City of Birmingham Polytechnic in 1971. Birmingham College of Art has its roots back in October 1843, when the Birmingham Society of Artists opened the Birmingham Government School of Design. In 1884 the School evolved into Birmingham College of Art, moving to a beautiful purpose-built Venetian Gothic building on Margaret Street designed by John Chamberlain. Today Margaret Street, which still houses our Department of Art, is a Grade I Listed Building. In 1888 Birmingham School of Jewellery, which was based in Ellen Street, became a branch of the College of Art. Two years later a new building was opened in Vittoria Street which has been the School’s home ever since. The School of Architecture was established within the College of Art in 1909 and won Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) recognition in 1923 and 1930 to become one of the UK’s major schools of architecture. Read  more…

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