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GREAT London Metropolitan University Scholarship - India 2016

London Metropolitan University is teaming up with the British Council to offer a total of five partial scholarships in support of the UK Government’s GREAT campaign, the most ambitious international campaign ever to showcase the very best of what Britain has to offer. The GREAT London Metropolitan University Scholarship – India 2016 is designed to help outstanding applicants from India, who have never before studied in the UK, to study with us here at London Met. We are proud to offer a range of partial scholarships for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes detailed below.

Further information on postgraduate scholarships for other nationalities from non EU countries starting in the academic year 2016-17 is coming to this section of our website soon. Please register your interest to keep up-to-date on the latest news and updates about the University. 

Undergraduate partial scholarship - (Bronze)

This partial scholarship will award one outstanding applicant £5,000 to cover his/her tuition fee for the first year only. The remaining tuition fee as well as maintenance costs have to be funded by the student.

To apply you must:

1. Have an unconditional/conditional offer to study an undergraduate course at Guildhall Faculty of Business and Law in September 2016.
2. Have over 85% in X and XII or equivalent.
3. Have an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component or SELT equivalent.
4. Be a national of India with international (i.e. non-UK/EU) fee status.
5. Not have studied in the UK before.

Postgraduate partial scholarships - (Silver)

This partial scholarship will award three outstanding applicants £5,000 to cover his/her tuition fees. The remaining tuition fees as well as maintenance costs have to be funded by the students.

To apply you must:

1. Have an unconditional/conditional offer to study a taught, one year Master’s course at London Met in one of the following faculties: a. Sir John CASS School of Art, Architecture & Design OR b. Faculty of Life Sciences and Computing.
2. Have over 70% in a Bachelor’s degree from a good University from India.
3. Have an overall IELTS score of 6.5 with a minimum of 6.0 in each component or SELT equivalent.
4. Be a national of India with international (i.e. non-UK/EU) fee status.
5. Not have studied in the UK before.

Postgraduate partial scholarship - (Gold)

This partial scholarship will award one outstanding applicant £10,000 to cover his/her tuition fee. The remaining tuition fee as well as maintenance costs have to be funded by the student.

To apply you must:

1. Have an unconditional/conditional offer to study a taught, one year Master’s course at London Met in September 2016.
2. Have over 75% in a Bachelor’s degree from a good University from India and 75% above in X and XII (consistent academic grades).
3. Have an overall IELTS score of 7.0 with a minimum of 6.5 in each component or SELT equivalent.
4. Be a national of India with international (i.e. non-UK/EU) fee status.
5. Not have studied in the UK before. 

How to apply

The deadline to submit a scholarship application form is 22 July 2016. Students who have a conditional offer when applying for the scholarship must submit all the required documents to meet any conditions of their offer by 19th August 2016.

For more details and to apply for this scholarship, please email Sabarinath Vijayakumar (v.sabarinath@londonmet.ac.uk).


At a glance

Maximum value: £10,000
Open to: International students from India
Studying at level: Undergraduate/Postgraduate
The information on this page applies to the following academic years (as indicated): 2016/17

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