Newcastle University is pleased to offer 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships to assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree.
Application Deadline: Awards may be allocated early in the application cycle; early course applications are therefore encouraged.
About the Award: Newcastle University is pleased to offer 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships to assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree.
Type: Undergraduate, Master
Eligibility: To be considered for awards applicants must:
- be domiciled in of one of the following countries: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Thailand or Vietnam.
- have been offered a place to study on an eligible undergraduate or Master’s degree course at the University’s Newcastle city centre campus for the 2023/24 academic year
- be assessed as international for fee purposes
NB Those applicants domiciled in Nigeria can only be considered if they have applied for one of the following, eligible courses:
- LLM Emerging Technologies and the Law
- LLM International Commercial Law
- MSc Accounting, Finance and Strategic Investment
- MSc International Business Management
- MSc Digital Business
- MA International Relations
- MA International Development and Education
- MSc Renewable Energy, Enterprise and Management
Successful applicants will be selected on merit. Eligible candidates will be assessed as part of their academic application.
Further details, including a list of non-eligible courses, can be found in the VCIS undergraduate regulations (PDF: 108 KB) or VCIS postgraduate regulations (PDF: 132 KB).
Eligible Countries: International
To be Taken at (Country): UK
Number of Awards: 200 in total (undergraduate and postgraduate courses)
Value of Award: £4,000 tuition fee awards
How to Apply: Eligible candidates will automatically be considered for a Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship as part of their academic course application.