The University of Hull, a teaching and research based UK University that offers undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral level programs has announced its scholarship scheme for undergraduate courses. The scholarship is for the academic year 2021-22 and is for local and international undergraduate students (like India, Philippines, Nepal etc) with an international fee status. The scheme gives a total discount of £1,500 per year for the Sciences Programmes and £1,000 for the Arts Programmes off the full tuition fee. All European Union and international students are eligible for the scholarship.
Students hailing from countries classified by the World Bank as lower-income and middle lower-income countries receive an additional discount benefit of £2,000 per year. Indian nationals are eligible for the additional scholarship benefit of £2,000 per year since India is in the category of middle lower-income countries.
There is no need for students to apply for the scholarship specifically since the scheme will be automatically applied. There is no discount on the courses that offer a year and a semester abroad or industry placement. This scholarship scheme is only applicable for students beginning their undergraduate courses in the 2021/22 academic year.
The University of Hull is dedicated to tackling world issues such as climate change, health inequalities, social injustice and more. It offers unique courses at undergraduate and postgraduate level like Creative Industries, Incarceration Studies, Cardiovascular Rehabilitation, War Studies, Sports Coaching and Performance Science, Advanced Energy Technologies for Buildings and Industry and much more.
About University of Hull
The University of Hull established in 1927, is the 14th oldest university in England. Also, the University is in the top 50 UK universities for research power (REF 2014) with a research agenda tackling some of the largest global issues, from health to habitats, food to flooding and supply chains to slavery. The University has earned a silver award in the Government’s 2018 Teaching Excellence Framework, which recognizes excellence in teaching and learning in UK universities and colleges, and an impressive 97.9% of their international students go into work or further study within six months of graduating according to the Destination of Leavers from Higher Education survey in 2016/17 (HESA 2018).