£2,000 Tuition Assistance For Bachelors of Architecture MMU: Manchester Met is offering a new scholarship package of £2,000 for every year of study to international students accepted onto a full-time taught undergraduate program that starts in September 2019. If you meet the eligibility criteria, the scholarship will be awarded upon enrolment, no application is required.
£2,000 tuition assistance for Bachelors of Architecture Manchester Metropolitan University 2019 is open for International Students. The scholarship allows Bachelor level program(s) in the field of Architecture taught at Manchester Metropolitan University. The deadline for the scholarship is September 2019.
Deadline: September 2019.
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Note: Please note, this scholarship cannot be combined with any other financial support from Manchester Met.
Please see the International Undergraduate Scholarships t&cs 2019-2020 for further details and eligibility criteria.
Degree Level: The scholarship is for bachelors of Architecture program.
Available subjects: Architecture
Scholarship Benefits: £2,000 will be provided every year.
Eligible Nationalities: International students are eligible to apply.
Application procedure: In case the students meet the criteria, the scholarship will be confirmed automatically.
Eligibility Criteria: The following criteria is required:
- should have secured admission in Bachelors of Architecture.
- Should be an international student for fee status.
Internal Funding Sources
You may be eligible to apply for funding options including alumni loyalty discount, sports scholarships, and course-specific postgraduate discounts. Please refer to the relevant funding terms and conditions for eligibility criteria.
External Funding Sources
Many of our international students are eligible for external funding. The British Council’s Study UK website provides details of available financial support, but you can also check with your local British Council office for up to date information.