The University of East Anglia is a leading public research university in western Norwich. The university was originally based on a temporary university village, today the university has developed into one of the leading colleges.
The University of East Anglia offers students a wide range of career opportunities in education, society and culture. It prides itself on its intensive research on real-world issues such as cancer, dementia, climate change, water security and politics. She prides herself on her intensive research on real-world issues such as cancer, dementia, climate change, water security and politics.
The campus includes a lake called Broad, which is a wonderful place to relax. There are many apartment blocks and dormitories that offer student housing on campus. In addition, the campus has cafés, bars, a pub, a canteen, a bookstore and a bank. It is also well connected to Norwich city center and train station. Buses, taxis and trains are common in the area and provide a convenient means of transportation.
About the scholarship:
Host University: University of East Anglia;
- Host Country: United Kingdom;
- Level of study: undergraduate;
- Grant Type: Partial Funding;
- Scholarship Value: £4,000;
- Eligible Countries: International Students;
- Subjects: Music, Humanities, Physical Education, Science, Social Sciences.
- Application deadline: Application is open
The International Country Awards are available to all international students wishing to pursue their undergraduate studies in: Music, Humanities, Sport, Science, Social Studies at the University of East Anglia, UK.Successful applicants will receive £4,000 towards their first year tuition fees to graduate from the University of East Anglia in the UK.
To be accepted into the program, candidates must be qualified international students and have an academic offer from the university to study in the program
This scholarship is for applicants who wish to pursue a bachelor’s degree in the university. To qualify for this scholarship, applicants must successfully submit an application form. Qualified students are invited to participate in the international scholarship award process and are encouraged to apply for these awards.
Successful participants must have academic credentials from all the institutions where they trained in order to apply for this scholarship.Requirements:In order to be admitted to a degree program at the UEA, candidates must meet two requirements:
- Applicants must have at least a C or grade 4 in GCSE Mathematics and English or recognized equivalent (see official website below for more details).
- Applicants must meet the special requirements of their degree program, such as the grades specified in the recognized certificates.
Terms of language
Students are normally able to successfully complete the English language proficiency level required for admission to the University of East Anglia.