Scholarships at University of Lincoln
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The University of Lincoln Thai Scholarship is aimed at supporting high-achieving postgraduate students from across Thailand. This scholarship is valued at £5,000.
Who is it for?
For programmes commencing in 2020/21, the University of Lincoln are delighted to offer Thailand Scholarships to high achieving postgraduate applicants. For eligible students, scholarship payments take the form of a reduction in tuition fees and are valued at £5,000.
In order to apply for this scholarship, prospective students must meet the following criteria:
In addition to meeting the above residency, academic and English language requirements, candidates must also complete a International Scholarship Application Form (PDF) and submit this to email@example.com. It is important that we receive your application by 4pm (UK time) on one of the following closing dates:
For Courses commencing in February 2020
For Courses commencing in September 2020
For Courses commencing in February 2021
The Selection Process
Please note that this scholarship is competitive and will only be awarded to candidates who demonstrate achievement in academia, extracurricular or personal endeavour. The above will be assessed by completing a 300 word statement as part of the Scholarship Application Form.
The University endeavours to notify all candidates of the outcome of their scholarship application prior to the deadline or within 10 working days of the closing date.
Further information regarding the awarding of international scholarships can be found within the International Scholarships Terms and Conditions (PDF).
Applicants who have been awarded this scholarship must choose to accept or decline the award, and pay a CAS deposit (where applicable) by the dates given in the award confirmation email.
Please note that University of Lincoln International Scholarships may be subject to change. The University of Lincoln reserves the right to amend the above scholarship provision without notice.
For further information, please contact the International Office.
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