University of Birmingham Canada Outstanding Achievement Scholarships

  • Bachelor
  • £4,000
  • 16 June 2023

The University of Birmingham Canada Outstanding Achievement Scholarships are offered to undergraduate students.

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University of Birmingham

The University of Birmingham is a public research university located in Edgbaston, Birmingham, United Kingdom.

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Eligibility

  • Have received an offer and selected the University of Birmingham as their firm choice for a full time undergraduate programme.
  • The student must be entering the first year of an undergraduate programme based at Birmingham’s UK campus
  • Meet the academic conditions of their offer to the programme;
  • Be classed as Canada domiciled.
  • Be classed by the University as an overseas fee payer for tuition fee purposes and be able to pay the outstanding tuition fees not covered by the scholarship;
  • Have sufficient funds to cover the full cost of living at the University of Birmingham, plus any visa/travel expenses associated with studying in the UK;
  • Start their studies at the University in September (the scholarship award may not be deferred);
  • Upon enrolment in September, pay their net tuition fees for the first year by 1 November, immediately following enrolment.

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Benefits

The scholarship awards are for £4,000 towards tuition fees  (for the first year only) of a full time undergraduate degree programme at the University

Application

To apply for the scholarship students will need to have accepted an offer from Birmingham, have selected Birmingham as their firm choice, and be in contact with one of the local representatives by the scholarship deadline of 17 June

Only under exceptional circumstances in which the University is unable to choose an awardee based solely on academic merit (for instance, if two candidates have identical grades) will applicants be asked to attend an interview via Skype.