Students willing to study in Northern Ireland have an opportunity to apply for the international scholarships organized by the Queen's University...
Students willing to study in Northern Ireland have an opportunity to apply for the international scholarships organized by the Queen's University Belfast. The university is awarding these funds for undergraduate, postgraduate and master's degree students for the academic session 2021-2022.
Who can Apply -
The scholarships are open to extraordinary talented international students who will begin their full-time studies in undergraduate, postgraduate and master's courses at the university. The funds will help the recipients to cover up their tuition fees.
About the Organization-
Queen's University Belfast has a tradition of more than 150 years of academic excellence. Queen's University in Ireland, founded by Queen Victoria. Queen's is a member of the 20 leading research-intensive universities of the United Kingdom's Russell Community, the Consortium of Commonwealth Universities, the European University Association, the Universities of Ireland and the United Kingdom. The university offers undergraduate degrees of over 300-degree programs.
The applicant must have to meet up with the following eligibility criteria
The applicant must be an international student.
Foreign Office Grant is open for all new international students enrolled in university-based full-time programs.
The Queen Loyalty Scholarship is for students returning to study on a full-time related scheme offered for exchange and study abroad.
All new international students beginning with a fulltime degree program, who keep an unconditional bid and are willing to afford full tuition, are given an Early Bird Reward.
Courses and Subjects
The scholarships are open for studying undergraduate, postgraduate and master's degree program in the following fields:
Application deadline: 8 June 2021
Contact address: +44 (0)28 9024 5133
University location: University Road, Belfast Northern Ireland, BT7 1NN
To apply click on the link: