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Bachelors and masters scholarships are being offered at the University of Bristol

  • The University of Bristol is a red brick research university in Bristol, England. It received its royal charter in 1909, although it can trace its roots to a Merchant Venturers' school founded in 1595 and University College, Bristol, which had been in existence since 1876.

    In 2019, Bristol University is investing £500,000 to help the brightest and best international students come to the University of Bristol. Think Big Undergraduate scholarships and Think Big Postgraduate scholarships are available for courses starting in 2019.

    Field of study: Any full-time Undergraduate program (except Medicine, Dentistry and Veterinary Science) or any one-year, full-time taught postgraduate program offered at the University

    Target group: International students

    Scholarship value:

    The following awards are available to Undergraduate Students for September 2019 entry:

    • • 3 x £10,000 scholarships
    • • 9 x £5,000 scholarships

    The following awards are available to postgraduate students for September 2019 entry:

    • • 5 x £20,000 scholarships
    • • 10 x £10,000 scholarships
    • • 20 x £5,000 scholarships

    The awards can only be used as fee waivers towards the cost of tuition fees.

    Eligibility: You can apply for a Think Big Scholarship if you:

    • are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes 
    • applied to start a full-time undergraduate degree in one of the qualifying courses or one-year, full-time taught the postgraduate program at the University of Bristol.

    Closing Date: 31 Mar/30 June 2020 (annually)

    Click here to find out more about this scholarship.

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