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City creates bursaries for engineering and computing students from South Korea and Taiwan

City University London has created two new bursary schemes specifically for students from South Korea and Taiwan to study engineering and computing subjects.
by Luke Nava

City University London has created two new bursary schemes specifically for students from South Korea and Taiwan to study in its School of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences and School of Informatics.

The Excellence in Engineering and Computing bursaries are worth between £500 and £1000 and are targeted at the best and brightest students from the two countries. Both undergraduate and Masters students are eligible and students can apply as soon as they have received an offer from City.

"Both South Korea and Taiwan have a reputation for producing students of the highest calibre in engineering and computing subjects. We have always been impressed with the quality of students from these countries and look forward to enabling more to come to study on some of the distinctive accredited courses we have at City." 

Professor Ken Grattan, Conjoint Dean of the Schools

The deadline for applications is Tuesday 31 May 2011. Further information and the application form can be found here.

If you have any queries about the scheme, please email City's Head of Recruitment, Adrian Dutch, at adrian.dutch.1@city.ac.uk.

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