Course(s) Offered: All courses
Course Level: Undergraduate, Graduate
Provider: Sheffield Hallam University
Country to Study in: UK
Are you ambitious? Do you want to represent international students at Sheffield Hallam University now and in the future? If so, these exclusive and competitive scholarships are aimed at you.
The Transform Together scholarships are open to students from any non-EU country applying to study at Sheffield Hallam University to enrol in the 2014/15 academic year.
The scholarships will be awarded to well-qualified students who demonstrate academic, personal or professional achievement on their scholarship application form.
Successful applicants will be awarded with a certificate to mark their achievement following enrolment on their course.
If you are a high achiever or believe you can make a significant contribution to the University, you are encouraged to apply.
To be eligible to apply for one of these scholarships you must:
- for POSTGRADUATE only – have achieved a minimum 2.1 or equivalent in your honours degree and must meet the minimum course entry requirements. Please attach transcripts to scholarship applications.
- for UNDERGRADUATE only – you must achieve or exceed the entry criteria for the course.
- have an unconditional/conditional offer to study a full-time postgraduate course at Sheffield Hallam University. Find out how to apply for a course.
- be enrolling on a one year full-time taught postgraduate course with Sheffield Hallam starting in the 2014/15 academic year
- be self-funding your studies
- have, or expect to achieve, a minimum of IELTS 6.0 (5.5 in all areas) or equivalent*
- be classed as an international student for fees purposes
- be able to pay any additional fees your course may require, for example field trips
All citizens of ANY non-EU country is eligible
Sheffield Hallam University, U.K.
Fields of study
All full-time postgraduate and undergraduate taught courses are eligible
Number of awards
Not specified by provider, but several expected to be given
Covers the whole duration of studies
The scholarships include a one-year FULL TUITION FEE WAIVER for full-time taught postgraduate courses and 50% TUITION FEE DISCOUNT for each year of an undergraduate course (subject to successful progression).
A package of incentives is to be confirmed, but will include: the opportunity to become an alumni ambassador back in your home country, a programme of events which aims to enhance your learning and social experience with fellow scholars, AND a Sheffield Hallam University hoodie.
Successful scholars will be expected to represent Sheffield Hallam University through various activities during the academic year and after graduation.
Method of Application
If you meet the eligibly criteria required, please download the 'Application Form' from the official website (link to it is below).
If you have not yet applied for a course, please visit the university online prospectus to find a course and apply.
It is important to visit the official website (link to it is below) to download the application 'Application Form' and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.
Scholarship applications for taught courses starting in September 2014 must be submitted by 31st May 2014. Scholarship applications for taught courses starting in January 2014 must be submitted by 1st November 2014.
A panel will review the applications and following a competitive process they will award scholarships to well–qualified students who demonstrate academic, personal or professional achievement on their scholarship application form. You will be notified if you have been successful approximately one month after the deadline.
If you cannot download the application form, or have any other enquiries about the scholarships, please email email@example.com. Alternatively, you may use the contact on the official web site.
Application Deadline: 30 May / 1 November 2014
Open to International students: Yes
More Scholarship Information and Application
Related: List of Scholarships in the UK for International Students
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