The University of Nottingham Family Scholarship


    Family Scholarships are available for International and EU students who have, or have had, immediate family at The University of Nottingham, either studying on a full time degree course, or graduated from a full time degree course, i.e. brother, sister, father, mother, husband or wife.

    Eligibility

    Available for students who;

    • are classed as an overseas or European Union (non UK) student for fee purposes**,**
    • register on a new full-time degree programme at Nottingham in September 2013,
    • whose family members are, or were, also registered on a full-time degree programme and classed as an overseas or European Union (non UK) student for fee purposes.

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    Benefits

    • Where brothers or sisters register full time at The University of Nottingham UK for award bearing programmes, each second and subsequent brother or sister is entitled to a scholarship of 10% of the first year this scholarship will be given on evidence of the brother or sister relationship (i.e. copies of birth certificates) and of each brother or sister being registered on full time award bearing programmes (i.e. student ID number or copy of graduation certificate), the brothers or sisters need not be studying on programmes at the University together but may have registered some years apart.
    • Children of alumni (children whose parents completed a degree programme at The University of Nottingham) who register full time at The University of Nottingham UK for an award bearing programme, are entitled to a scholarship of 10% of the first year this scholarship will be given on evidence of the parent/child relationship (eg - copy of birth certificate) and evidence of one of the parents being Nottingham alumni (eg - student ID number or copy of graduation certificate).
    • Husbands or wives who register full time at The University of Nottingham UK for award bearing programmes are entitled to a scholarship of 10% of the first year's tuition fee for either the husband or the wife

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