South Asia Subcontinent Scholarship

University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI)

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Award info

  • Award values:
  • Bursary :£1150 for 1 year

    The scholarship for BA/BA (Hons) is £900 and BSc/BSc (Hons), BEng/BEng (Hons) is £1,150.
  • Award coverage:
  • Tuition fees
  • Award level:
  • Undergraduate
  • Number of awards:
  • All eligible students
Application info

  • Nationality:
  • Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka
  • Gender:
  • Both
  • Eligibility requirement:
  • Students don’t have to apply. All students are eligible for the scheme if their home domicile are in India; Pakistan; Nepal; Sri Lanka; Bangladesh and Bhutan. The scholarship is for one year only, does not apply to off-campus fees and cannot be combined with any other scholarship, award and discount. The award will be deducted from the advertised on-campus tuition fee.

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Scottish Saltire Scholarship
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Funded Postgraduate Places
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Carnegie Cameron Taught Postgraduate Bursaries
4000 Each award has a value of up to £4,000 which will be deducted from the tuition fees of successful applicants. for 1 Academic year
Taught postgraduate Loans
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UHISF Scholarship (USA citizen only)
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Fully-funded PHD studentships 2016/17
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