Bangor University, UK was founded as the University College of North Wales (UCNW) on 18 October 1884. The change of name to Bangor University, or Prifysgol Bangor in Welsh, was instigated by the university following the decision of the University of Wales to change from a federal university to a confederal non-membership organisation, and the granting of degree-awarding powers to Bangor University itself. The University is calling for application for the 2020 Vice-Chancellor Scholarships for International Students, this scholarship is for bachelors degree and masters degree.
Applicants must have achieved;
Grades equivalent of GCE A-level A grade students
The equivalent of a UK 1st class Bachelors degree
- Candidates who are fully sponsored by a third party will not be entitled to these Scholarships.
- The above scholarships are not open to UK/EU applicants.
- The above scholarships are available for full-time on-campus courses only.
- All scholarships will be awarded entirely at the University’s discretion.
Valued at 50% of the Tuition Fee for Year 1, and up to £3,000 per year for Year 2 & 3*
Valued at 50% of the Tuition Fee
Note: Undergraduate students may continue to receive the scholarship in Year 2 and 3, subject to achieving a minimum overall grade of 70% or above at the end of Year 1 and 2.
- You MUST have received an offer letter from Bangor University before you can apply.
- Check your Eligibility for the scholarship and carefully read the conditions listed below
- Complete the Vice-Chancellor scholarship application form.
- Email the completed application form along with a copy of your offer letter from Bangor University to Kerry Marie Jones by the 1 May 2020.
- Eligible applications will be forwarded to the concerned academic department to make a decision, and successful candidates will be informed in May 2020.
- Scholarship winners will be required to pay a deposit amount of £2,000 within two weeks in order to confirm their acceptance of the scholarship.