The University of Exeter is presenting budding vloggers from India with a unique opportunity to build their portfolio of work whilst studying for their Undergraduate degree.
The winners will become the University’s India Student Vloggers, creating vlogs about University life at Exeter. These roles will be supported by proportionate advice and guidance from a Mentor from the University's Communications and Marketing Team.
- you are classified as an International student for fees purposes; and
- India is your country of Domicile; and
- you already hold an offer to study a full-time Undergraduate degree at the University of Exeter in 2021/22.
If you are yet to make your programme application then please visit our International students page for more information.
The Scholarship recipients will be selected on academic merit (meeting the conditions of their programme offer) and based on the vlog submitted to this competition.
Please read the Indian Vloggers Scholarship Terms and Conditions 2021 before applying.
This award is not intended for applicants whose tuition fees will be wholly financed by an external body such as an overseas government.
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the first place winner being awarded a £7,000 deduction from your 2021/22 tuition fees and the second and third place runners up being awarded a £2,000 and £1,000 deduction respectively.
- fill in the webform here
- submit via email@example.com by the deadline below an original vlog, no longer than two minutes, to the following brief: "Sights and sounds that inspire me".
Your vlog should be original and entirely your own work. You should not use any copyrighted material/music. You must evidence that any identifiable people who feature in the vlog have consented to this and the vlog being entered into this competition. You should not include children or vulnerable people. You can find the University’s permission form here. Don’t include anything you wouldn’t present publicly to the world, or that could harm your own reputation or that of the University, our students, or our staff.