International

Scholarships

Scholarships for non-UK students

Find out if you are eligible to receive additional funding

Fees

Teesside University offers a wide range of scholarships to International and EU students. To find out if you are eligible, select the dropdown menu for more information.

Teesside University Funding

Teesside University International Scholarship

You may be eligible for a scholarship of £1000 or £1500 in your first year of study if you are an international (non-European Union) student studying on a foundation, undergraduate or postgraduate programme.

Scholarships are awarded automatically based on academic or english language ability.

 

Teesside University - Vice Chancellor's Scholarship

This prestigious scholarship recognises applications from outstanding students who can demonstrate their skills and commitment to becoming future global leaders. A one-off payment of £3,000 is allocated as a fee waiver in the first year of study.
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Teesside University - British Council Great Scholarship East Asia

We have two scholarships, each of £10,000 available to Chinese students enrolling on postgraduate programmes in September 2019.

Candidates will be automatically considered for this scholarship; no separate scholarship application is necessary.

To read about the Teesside University – British Council GREAT Scholarship 2019 in Mandarin, visit our China website

Only two scholarships are available. Find out more

Teesside University Advance

Teesside University Advance is available for all full-time students (Home, EU and International) enrolling on Year 0 or Year 1 of a full-time undergraduate course delivered at our Middlesbrough campus from September 2018. This is awarded automatically after enrolment and includes:

  • an Apple iPad installed with Office 365 software, the University's student portal, access to email, timetables, virtual learning environment and library resources
  • an iPad compatible keyboard
  • £100 credit that can be used to purchase course textbooks and learning resources
  • plus lecture-capture technology across campus soyou can access recordings of lectures at any time, from anywhere

Early Payment Discount

If you are an international (non-EU) fee-paying, full-time student at Teesside University and pay your fees in full before you enrol, you get a £500 discount.

Please note - for students enrolling on a 2 year master's degree, paying £7,000 a year, you are entitled to a £500 discount if pay your fee prior to enrolment in the first year of study only.

Study level: Foundation, undergraduate, postgraduate, research
Who can apply: International (non-European Union) students
More information: finance@tees.ac.uk

Staying-on Bonus

If you are an undergraduate international student (non-European Union) at Teesside University and wish to progress to postgraduate study, or if you complete a master's with us and progress a new postgraduate programme, you are eligible for a £1,000 staying-on bonus. You will only receive the bonus if you apply directly to us and don't use an agent and the £1,000 is awarded as a discount on your first-year fees for the next programme.

Study level: Postgraduate
Who can apply: International (non-European Union) students
More information: finance@tees.ac.uk


External Funding



University Alliance DTA 3 - three-year fully-funded PhD opportunities

Be part of the Doctoral Training Alliance (DTA3) a global network on an employer co-designed training programme with extensive connections to industry and commerce.
Study at Teesside University and access industry and international placements with fully-supported research costs and a competitive salary from £20,989 per annum.
Through the University Alliance Doctoral Training programme we are offering 7 fully-funded PhD fellowships across three themes:

  • Applied Biosciences for Health
  • Energy
  • Social Policy
  • All applications should be received by 23:59 on Monday 8 October 2018.
    Interviews will commence during the week starting Monday 26 November 2018.

    This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant agreement No 801604.
    DTA3 – Innovative research, expert support and access to employment opportunities giving real-world experience

Study level: Postgraduate (Research)
Who can apply: International and EU candidates who meet the following DTA3 / COFUND Marie Skłodowska-Curie doctoral fellowship critera. Applicants must

    • Be ‘early-stage researchers’ (i.e. in the first four years of their research careers and not have a doctoral degree). See Guidance from the EU for the definition of an early-stage researcher;
    • Not have been resident, nor carried out their main activity, in the UK for more than 12 months in the 3 years immediately before taking up a DTA3 / COFUND opportunity
    • Not already be permanently employed by the entity where the DTA3 / COFUND opportunity will take place.
    • Have a postgraduate master’s degree or a first/upper second-class honours degree or equivalent in a subject relevant to the chosen research topic (see individual project details for more information);
    • Have a strong scholarly interest in the research, and a high level of motivation;
    • Demonstrate English language competency, as specified by the respective university.

    Find out more: unialliance.ac.uk/dta/cofund/

Chevening Scholarship, UK government’s international awards scheme

Funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations, scholarship recipients are personally selected by British Embassies and High Commissions throughout the world. Chevening offers a unique opportunity for future leaders, influencers, and decision-makers from all over the world to develop professionally and academically, network extensively, experience UK culture, and build lasting positive relationships with the UK.

Study level: Postgraduate master’s programmes
Who can apply: International (non-European Union) students
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Vietnam International Education Development (VIED)

The Vietnam International Education Development (VIED) under the Ministry of Education and Training (MoET) are collaborating with Teesside University to provide high quality research education and training to qualified students from Vietnam.
Teesside University will offer successful candidates a joint scholarship each year to students from Vietnam who have received the VIED Scholarship.

Study level: PhD
Who can apply: Vietnamese students
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Indonesia - UK Ristekdikti

Ministry of Research, Science & Technology, Indonesia, scheme offering fully funded scholarships to faculty members at Indonesian universities and DIKTI members.

Study level: PhD for permanent or prospective members of faculty at Indonesian universities
Who can apply: Indonesian students
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Commonwealth Shared Scholarships

Study level: Postgraduate
Who can apply: Applicants from Eligible Commonwealth countries

Teesside University is offering 5 Commonwealth Shared Scholarships for individuals from least developed and lower middle-income countries wishing to study a Master of Public Health (MPH).  The scholars will receive full-tuition fees and monthly stipend equivalent to £1048 (tbc), an air ticket to and from country of origin along with some allowances for buying warm clothes and attending conferences.

Candidates need to first apply and receive an offer of a place on the Master of Public Health (MPH) from Teesside University.

Once given an offer of a place, candidates need to access the Commonwealth Scholarships Electronic Application System and apply for a Commonwealth Shared Scholarship. The electronic application system will close on 30th March 2018.

Further information about eligibility can be found on the Commonwealth Shared website.

 

For enquiries, please get in touch with Dr Lawrence Achilles Nnyanzi (Programme Leader, MPH)

E-mail: L.Nnyanzi@tees.ac.uk

Tel: +441642384967.

Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships

Study level: Postgraduate
Who can apply: Applicants from Eligible Commonwealth countries

Teesside University is offering 5 Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarships for individuals from least developed and lower middle-income countries wishing to study a Master of Public Health (MPH) by distance learning.  The scholars will receive a full-tuition fee scholarship.

Candidates need first to apply and receive an offer of a place on the MPH (distance learning route) from Teesside University.

Once given an offer a place, candidates need to access the Commonwealth Scholarships Electronic Application System and apply for a Commonwealth Distance Learning Scholarship. The electronic application system will open on the 1st April 2018 and close on 31st May 2018.

Further eligibility information can be found on the Commonwealth website.

For enquiries, please get in touch with Dr Lawrence Achilles Nnyanzi (Programme Leader, MPH)

E-mail: L.Nnyanzi@tees.ac.uk

Tel: +441642384967.
 
 
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