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Vice-Chancellor’s EU Scholarships – Undergraduate

Vice-Chancellor’s EU Scholarships – Undergraduate

Overview

Newcastle University is pleased to offer a large number of partial EU Scholarships to assist students domiciled in the EU to study an undergraduate degree.

Value of award

The value of the awards by academic school can be found below:

 

Academic school

Value of scholarship

School of Architecture, Planning and Landscape

55% of the international fee

School of Arts and Cultures

55% of the international fee

Newcastle University Business School

50% of the international fee

School of Combined Honours and Philosophical Studies

50% of the international fee

School of Education, Communication and Language Sciences

50% or 55%  of the international fee

School of English Literature, Language and Linguistics

50% of the international fee

School of Geography, Politics and Sociology

50% or 55%  of the international fee

School of History, Classics and Archaeology

50% or 55% of the international fee

School of Modern Languages

50% of the international fee

Newcastle Law School

55% of the international fee

School of Computing

60% of the international fee

School of Engineering

60% of the international fee

School of Mathematics, Statistics and Physics

55% or 60% of the international fee

School of Natural and Environmental Sciences

55% or 60% of the international fee

School of Biomedical, Nutritional and Sports Sciences

60% of the international fee

School of Pharmacy

60% of the international fee

School of Psychology

60% of the international fee

Start date and duration

September 2022 for the duration of your course.

Application closing date

Awards will be allocated automatically throughout the academic year 2021/22.

Sponsor

Newcastle University

Eligibility criteria

To be considered for awards applicants must:

  • be domiciled in an EU member state (students domiciled in EEA member states that are not part of the EU, are not eligible). EU students domiciled in the UK will also be considered;
  • have been offered a place to study on an eligible undergraduate degree programme at the University’s Newcastle city centre campus for the 2022/23 academic year;
  • have been assessed as international for tuition fee purposes.

Applicants will be considered automatically for awards based on their degree programme application to study at Newcastle University.

Further details, can be found in the VC EU undergraduate scholarship regulations (PDF:117KB) 

How to apply

Eligible candidates will be considered automatically for a Vice-Chancellor’s EU Scholarship award as part of their academic course application.