UK Scholarship for Botswanian students 2011- University of Bedfordshire
The University of Bedfordshire, UK offers international scholarships for Botswanian students – Undergraduate and Postgraduate – of high academic performance commencing their studies at the University. To be eligible for the International Scholarships offered annually, applicants must be a Botswanian national or permanently domiciled in Botswana, must have applied for a course of study and hold an unconditional offer for a course at the University of Bedfordshire.
Studying at The University of Bedfordshire for Botswanian Students
The University of Bedfordshire has been actively marketing its programmes in Botswana for many years. Some of reasons why Botswanian students choose to study at the University of Bedfordshire are:
Very competitive fees
Close proximity to central London and London Luton Airport (A key centre for low cost European travel)
Excellence ratings for teaching quality
Wide range of computing programmes at undergraduate and postgraduate levels
Scholarships for students from Botswana
Multicultural and lively towns, very welcoming to international students
Wide choice of campus and private accommodation available
Excellent opportunities for part time jobs
International Office -Botswana team
The Botswana team is available to help you and offers a comprehensive ‘one stop’ service to students from Botswana.
The International office role includes:
* Advice and counselling you and your parents on all aspects of study in Bedfordshire including courses, tuition fees and available scholarships and making an application to study at the university;
* Information and practical details about living in Bedfordshire including finding somewhere to live, how to get there and what happens when you arrive;
* Answering your questions about the towns of Bedford and Luton and student life;
* Providing opportunities to meet a member of staff when they visit Botswana for information and advice on your application to the University of Bedfordshire.
Please contact the Botswana team with any questions you have about living and studying at the University of Bedfordshire.
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If you wish to be considered for a scholarship you will need to apply. Applicants cannot apply for the scholarship before being offered a study place at the University of Bedfordshire.
Entry requirements for Botswanian students
See the link below for application entry requirement
How to Apply
Download a copy of the University’s application form from the weblink below which you can fax or mail back.
Take care to present your application carefully and to convince the admission officers why you should be offered a place at the University!
Visa information for Botswanian students
All non-EU nationals including Nigerians who wish to study in the UK will need to apply for a student visa before they are eligible to enter the UK and begin their programme of study.
Once you have accepted your offer of a study place AND met the conditions of your offer, the University will send you an unconditional letter which confirms your study place at the University of Bedfordshire. You will need this document to apply for your study visa to travel to Bedfordshire.
The UK Border Agency has full information on the immigration requirements for non-EU nationals who wish to study in the UK.
UK Border Agency – immigration information for adult students
Advice on Immigration
The University’s International Team members will also offer advice on immigration including:
Details of relevant immigration regulations and the documentation required to obtain a visa
Guidance on what will happen upon entering the UK
What to do if you have problems with immigration.
The University’s International Student Support office can offer information and advice, to you and any dependants, on extending your visa once you are in the UK.
For more details and how to apply for scholarships visit University of Bedfordshire for Botswanian Students
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