University of Greenwich
University of Greenwich

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University of Greenwich Ranking

100

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University of Greenwich Location

South England

University of Greenwich

Rank

University Ranking

100

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South England

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High Achievement Scholarship
Scholarship Name High Achievement Scholarship
Academic Year 2019
Scholarship amount £2,000
Nationality Any

The University of Greenwich rewards its high achieving students, choose the University and you could be entitled to £2,000.

What is included?

A bursary of £2,000 for one year only, paid in three instalments for new undergraduate full-time students entering year  0 or 1.

Who is eligible?

  • 200 UCAS Tariff Points from Level 3 qualifications and hold a grade B (or grade 6) or above in GCSE Maths and English
  • We only accept the following EU equivalent qualifications
  • Undertaking an Undergraduate degree and new to the University in 2019/2020
  • Studying at one of our three campuses: Greenwich, Avery Hill, Medway (except Medway School of Pharmacy) or one of our Partner Colleges
  • If studying with a Partner College the tuition fees must be paid directly to the University of Greenwich
  • Undertaking  a BA/BEd/BSc/LLB/BEng/MEng or MMath programme
  • Assessed to pay fees at home rate and paying the maximum tuition fee of £9,250
  • Part time students must be undertaking at least 60 credits in their first year of study – Year 0 or 1.

You are only eligible for one bursary or scholarship from the University of Greenwich and will be awarded the one of the highest value that you are eligible for

How do I apply?

There is no need to make an application for this bursary as it is automatically assessed and awarded by the Funds, Awards and Bursaries team as long as you meet the eligibility criteria mentioned above.

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