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University of Lincoln Scholarships

There are 7 scholarships available at University of Lincoln.

Chevening Scholarships

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

The Chevening Scholarships are the British government's global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations, and awarded to outstanding students who show leadership potential. They are typically awarded for a one-year Master's programme, in any subject studied at one of the UK's leading universities. Chevening Scholars come from 116 countries around the world, and this year approximately 700 scholarships will be awarded. The 40,000+ Chevening alumni around the world comprise an influential and highly regarded global network.

Application details

Potential applicants can register their interest online (http://www.chevening.org/) to receive alerts about application dates and candidate guidance, as well information about priority subjects for specific countries.

Funding type

Bursary and fees coverage

Paid to successful student

Per year

Further funding details

Varies

Science & Arts Scholarships

Level of study

Undergraduate

Student requirements

Science & Arts Scholarship Who is it for? For self-funding international (non-UK/EU) students with overseas fee status entering the University at level 1 of an Undergraduate laboratory or studio based course costing £14,500 or more. Scholarship Amount £1500 deducted from level 1 programme fees

Application details

Selection Criteria You must successfully meet the entry requirements for our Undergraduate programmes at the University of Lincoln. How to Apply You will be automatically considered when you submit your application for the programme. Contact For further information, please contact the International Office: international@lincoln.ac.uk

Funding type

Bursary

Further funding details

£1,500 scholarships available to first year art and design / science undergradaute students

Top up to Masters Scholarships

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Who is it for? For international fee paying students who progress to a Masters degree after completing a Top Up Degree at the University of Lincoln (Top Up means direct entry into year three of a three year degree). Scholarship Amount £5,000 (deducted from Masters programme fees). Selection Criteria You must progress to a Masters degree at Lincoln after completing a Top Up degree with us (Top Up means direct entry into year three of a three year degree).

Application details

How to Apply The Scholarship will automatically apply when you progress to Masters. Contact For further information, please contact the International Team: international@lincoln.ac.uk

Funding type

Bursary

Further funding details

£5,000 scholarships available for students progressing from a University of Lincoln Top Up course to a Lincoln Masters Degree

Academic Excellance Scholarships

Level of study

Undergraduate,Postgraduate

Student requirements

Who is it for? The University of Lincoln offers a range of scholarships to high achieving students from around the world. For programmes commencing in February and September 2017, the university invites applications from students in the following countries: Canada, China, India, Malaysia, Norway, Nigeria, Saudi Arabia, Thailand, and the United States. Scholarship Amount For 2017, the Academic Excellence Scholarship is valued at £5,000 which will be deducted from your tuition fees during the first year of enrolment. Selection Criteria There are certain conditions that you will need to meet. Please refer to the link below for further information: http://www.lincoln.ac.uk/home/media/universityoflincoln/international/InternationalScholarshipsEntryCriteria.pdf

Application details

How to Apply To apply for an Academic Excellence Scholarship, you will need to complete an Academic Excellence Scholarship Application Form and submit to intscholarships@lincoln.ac.uk by 5pm GMT before the following dates: -For programmes commencing in February, apply by Wednesday 30th November -For programmes commencing in September, apply by Friday 30th June Applications received after the deadline will not be considered.

Funding type

Bursary

Further funding details

£5,000 scholarships for high achieving students from select countries

Engineering Bursaries

Level of study

Undergraduate

Student requirements

Global industry leader Siemens offers a significant number of generous Bursaries to full-time Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering BEng and MEng applicants who make the University of Lincoln their first choice institution via UCAS. The nature of these financial packages changes each year, but could include a payment each term throughout the course of study to cover living costs, as well as the opportunity to take paid summer work placements with Siemens. Please see examples of the payments below. •Year 1 - £4620 – paid in three instalments •Year 2 - £5280 – paid in three instalments •Year 3 - £5940 – paid in three instalments.

Application details

How to Apply 1.Apply as normal through UCAS to the University of Lincoln for one of the BEng or MEng Mechanical Engineering or Electical Engineering courses 2.When you receive an offer to study with us, accept it as your 'conditional firm' choice 3.You will then receive an application form for the scholarship and an invitation to a Siemens assessment day. For further information, please contact Angela Borman by email angela.borman@siemens.com or call +44 (0) 1522 586892. Engineering Scholarship Terms & Conditions •Students must complete a 12 week work placement during the summer break •Registration with the IMechE or IET whilst on placement and satisfactory completion of quarterly report •Attendance whilst at University must not fall below 90% per term •Academic work must not fall below 2:2 level •Students who leave voluntarily from the business within a two year period must repay the scholarship on a pro rata basis •Students who voluntarily choose not to accept a position on graduation must repay the scholarship.

Funding type

Bursary

Further funding details

Global industry leader Siemens offers a significant number of generous Bursaries to full-time Electrical Engineering and Mechanical Engineering BEng and MEng applicants who make the University of Lincoln their first choice...

Global Postgraduate Scholarships

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Who is it for? For postgraduate programmes commencing in 2017, the University of Lincoln offer a number of Global Scholarships to students from select countries. These include: Bangladesh, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia Malaysia, Myanmar, Nigeria, Norway, Oman, Qatar, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, Taiwan, Philippines, Ghana, Egypt and China. To be eligible for the scholarship, students must be self-funding international students with overseas fee status. Please note that the scholarship is not available for MPhil/PhD programmes. Scholarship Amount The amount of scholarship available depends on your nationality / fee status and ranges from £1,000 to £2,000. Please see International Scholarships Entry Criteria (PDF)‌ for more information.

Application details

How to apply You do not need to apply for this scholarship. You will automatically be considered when you submit your programme application. Contact For further information or advice on our range of international scholarships, contact the International Office: international@lincoln.ac.uk

Funding type

Bursary

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

£2,000 scholarships for all postgraduate taught courses commencing in 2017/18.

International Alumni Scholarships

Level of study

Postgraduate

Student requirements

Who is it for? The International Alumni Scholarship is an award for international students who have previously been awarded an undergraduate, postgraduate taught or postgraduate research degree from the University of Lincoln and who intend to enrol on a new full-time course. Scholarship Amount £2,000 (deducted from programme fees) Selection Criteria You must have successfully completed an undergraduate, postgraduate taught or postgraduate research degree and be a Self-funding international (non-UK/EU) student.

Application details

How to Apply You do not need to apply separately for this scholarship as your application will automatically be considered. Contact To find out more information about the International Alumni Scholarship, please contact our International Team at the address below: international@lincoln.ac.uk

Funding type

Bursary

Paid to successful student

Once

Further funding details

£2,000 scholarships are available to all University of Lincoln graduates

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