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  1. International Applicants Scholarships for Computer/Information and Library and Information Science
School of Mathematics, Computer Science & Engineering

International Applicants Scholarships for Computer/Library and Information Science

This scholarship for International (non-EU) applicants is worth £2,000.

The School is committed to providing financial support to high-calibre international students on Computer Science and Library and Information Science courses through the generous scholarship scheme.

Scholarships will be offered to international (non-EU) well-qualified applicants wishing to take up a place on any of the below courses in September 2016. The scholarships, each valued at £2,000, are intended to assist students to pay the fees for their chosen course of study. They will be awarded on a competitive basis to the most promising applicants.

Eligible courses:

How to apply

Applications are now closed. Successful candidates will be notified once the panels have met.

Exceptionally well-qualified applicants will be offered a scholarship at the time we make an offer of a place on the programme.

Deadlines for application

We consider applications at three points in the year. If you wish to be considered for a scholarship, your complete application form must have been submitted by one of these dates:

  • Round 1: 1st January 2016
  • Round 2: 30th April 2016
  • Round 3: 30th June 2016

Contact us. Phone +44 (0)20 7040 0248 or email if you would like to speak to us about fees, funding or anything else about the course.

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