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Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship

Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship

About the Scholarship

This prestigious scholarship recognises applications from outstanding students who can demonstrate their skills and commitment to becoming future global leaders.

There are up to 30 Vice-Chancellor's Scholarships available, of £7,000 each, allocated as a fee waiver in the first year of study.

The scholarships are designed to assist international students, enrolling in January 2024 for the first time at Teesside University, to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate taught degree.

Point of entry: For students enrolling in September 2024.

Eligibility criteria: To be eligible to apply for the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship, you will:

  • Be a genuine applicant, intending to study an international fee-paying undergraduate (including Level 0) or postgraduate taught degree level course, enrolling for the first time at Teesside University.
  • Start your course in September 2024
  • Submit an application for consideration
  • You have paid the deposit amount as stated on your offer letter
  • You have made your conditional offer firm by accepting it

Please note: The Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship may not be used in conjunction with any other Teesside University Scholarship or Alumni Scholarship.

Applications for the Vice-Chancellor's scholarship are currently open. The deadline for applications is 5.00pm (UK time) on Friday 10 May 2024. Please complete the application form with all requested information prior to submission. You will not be able to edit the application once you have submitted it. Successful recipients will be notified via email once the Scholarship committee has reviewed all applications.

Application Process

Applicants are required to submit a personal statement of no more than 500 words using the application form below, demonstrating:

  • your outstanding attributes, both personal and academic
  • your commitment to becoming a future global leader
  • how you will use your Teesside University London degree to achieve your future ambitions.

The deadline for this scholarship has now passed - applications are now closed.

Conditions of the Scholarship

Successful recipients of the Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship will be required to act as an ambassador for the University for the duration of your studies, which may involve but is not limited to the following:

  • representing Teesside University London at Open Days
  • contributing to marketing and promotional materials
  • participating in international student events
  • acting as a mentor to fellow students
  • contributing to/creating a blog or vlog to report on your experience at Teesside University.

You are also required to continue to engage with the University as a valued member of our global alumni.

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