GSUK Middle East and North Africa Outstanding Achievement Scholarships, UK 2021-22

Scholarship Description: The GSUK Middle East and North Africa Outstanding Achievement Scholarships UK 2021-22 is open to international students. The scholarship enables undergraduate degrees in the arts, law, physics, engineering, environmental sciences, life sciences, dental sciences, medicine, medicine and social sciences taught at the University of Birmingham. The scholarship period is July 2nd, 2021. Graduation Level: GSUK Middle East and North Africa Outstanding Achievement Scholarships, UK 2021-22, are available for undergraduate programs at the University of Birmingham. Available Subjects: The following subjects are available as part of this scholarship program. Arts Law Physical Sciences Engineering Environmental Sciences Life Sciences Medicine Dentistry Medical Sciences Social Sciences Scholarship Benefits: The University of Birmingham provides just £ 2,500 in tuition fees for the first year of a full-time student. Eligible nationalities: International students can apply for this scholarship program. Eligibility Criterion: To be eligible, applicants must meet the following criteria: You have received an offer and selected the University of Birmingham as your permanent choice for full-time undergraduate studies starting September 2021. The student must enter the first year of undergraduate studies based on the Birmingham campus in the UK. Meet the academic requirements of their offering for the program. Resident in one of the following countries: Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia or the United Arab Emirates (i.e. usually resident in one of these countries). Be classified by the university as a foreign fee payer for tuition purposes and be able to pay unpaid tuition fees not covered by the program. Have sufficient funds to cover living expenses at the University of Birmingham, as well as visa / travel expenses related to studying in the UK.

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