Applications have opened for the Presidential Scholarships in the UK at the City University of London2020. Interested candidates can apply for the scholarship until 30th September 2020. The University is offering scholarships for the Bachelors degree in the courses offered at the University.
The City University of London – President’s Scholarships in the UK, 2020 is open to international students commencing their undergraduate study at City in September 2020.
The candidates should meet the following requirements for the Presidential scholarships in UK 2020
- Candidates applying for President’s Scholarship at the City University of London – President’s Scholarships in the UK, 2020 must be international students (outside the UK/EU) paying the overseas fee.
- Additionally, students must be applying for their first undergraduate degree and also accept City as their first choice.
- Also, applicants of the scholarship must have achieved grades AAA or above in ‘A’ levels or IB 35 or above in the International Baccalaureate with the exception of courses in the Cass Business School and the School of Arts and Social Sciences.
- Similarly, in the case of Cass Business School courses, candidates must have achieved grades A*AA or above in ‘A’ Levels or IB 38 or above in the International Baccalaureate.
- Likewise, candidates who studied Journalism based courses in the Schools of Arts and Social Sciences must have grades A*AA or above.
- Also, applicants who withdraw from the university prior to the completion of their studies should repay the full amount.
- Furthermore, scholarship holders must maintain an average of 65% or above every year for the scholarship to continue.
Value of Scholarship
- The successful applicants will receive GBP 2,000 per year towards tuition fee waiver.
About the University
- The City, University of London is a public research university located in London, United Kingdom.
- Additionally, it was founded in 1894 as the Northampton Institute. It became a university when the Royal Charter created The City University, London in 1966.
- Also, the Inns of Court School of Law was established, making it the former City University’s oldest constituent part.
- Furthermore, on 1 September 2016, City joined the federal University of London. Then it became a part of the 18 Colleges and ten research institutes.
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