The Nottingham University High Achiever Prize awarded by University of Nottingham to African students wishing to pursue undergraduate foundation courses in its Engineering and Physical Sciences departments.
||Level: Undergraduate|||Institution(s): University of Nottingham|
||Location: UK|||Field(s): Engineering, Physical Sciences|
||Target: Africa, Asia, the Middle East or Latin America|||Deadline(s): 21 April, 2017|
The University of Nottingham foundation courses provide an entry route to selected degrees in arts, business, engineering, science and social sciences and are an opportunity to gain the skills and knowledge needed to undertake a bachelor’s degree while studying at a world-class university.
In 2017 the University will be offering 5 scholarships of £2,000 each towards tuition fees to students from Africa (3 reserved for Kenya or Nigeria), registering on its Engineering and Physical Sciences Foundation Certificate.
You can apply for this high achiever prize if you:
- are a national of (or permanently domiciled in) an African country
- already hold an offer to start on the Engineering and Physical Sciences Foundation Certificate at Nottingham in September 2017.
- are classed as an overseas student for fee purposes
How to apply for the Nottingham University High Achiever Foundation Prize
Applicants for International Office scholarships must first have applied for and obtained an offer of study at Nottingham for September or October 2017. Information on how to apply to study at The University of Nottingham is available here.
Kindly read the University’s Scholarship Terms and Conditions before tendering your application. You can also visit the scholarship application page for further information regarding the Nottingham University High Achiever Prize.
The university recommends that application for admission to study at Nottingham should be received at least six weeks before the scholarship closing date to allow time for Admissions office to process application and confirm your offer.
Any application for admission to study submitted later than six weeks before the scholarship closing date is not guaranteed to be processed in time.