University of Liverpool invites students for Vice Chancellor’s scholarship
Students from India are being invited to apply for the UK-based University of Liverpool’s Vice-Chancellor’s International Attainment Scholarship, worth more than £7,000 over the course of their degree programme.education Updated: Jun 12, 2012 12:44 IST
Students from India are being invited to apply for the UK-based University of Liverpool’s Vice-Chancellor’s International Attainment Scholarship, worth more than £7,000 over the course of their degree programme. The scholarship is intended for high-achieving students studying non-clinical undergraduate programmes at the university in September 2012. Successful candidates will be awarded £2,500 for each year of their studies, which will be deducted from their tuition fees. In order to qualify for the award, students must attain 85% or above in their Class 12 examinations. Students who have achieved these grades will automatically be considered for the award. If they are then able to maintain a 70% or more grade score in each year of their studies at Liverpool, they will continue to receive the award for each year of their degree. Successful scholarship candidates will also be some of the first students to benefit from the university’s new city centre student accommodation, which will open for the first time when students arrive in Liverpool for the start of their studies in September. The £44 million development includes more than 700 en-suite rooms as well as a restaurant and retail outlets. Students applying to the university for undergraduate programmes should do so before June 30, 2012.
Applications after this date, however, can be processed through the university’s international clearing lines, which open on July 9 and close on August 31. For more information, visit: http://www.liv.ac.uk/study/international/money-and-scholarships/vice-chancellors-int.htm or email your queries to email@example.com