International Scholarships and Fee Waivers
UCB provides a range of support for international students designed to encourage individuals to access Undergraduate and Postgraduate study and to be successful at UCB. Part of this support is in the form of financial support and other benefits.
5 Full Scholarships (all UCB tuition fees and UCB accommodation paid). These scholarships are open to applicants recommended by recognised international partner institutions only. Applicants must demonstrate excellence in academic achievement.View more information here.
In each academic year: 6 Academic Excellence awards - Up to £1000 off the cost of tuition fees, for one year only. These scholarships are open to applicants from any country. Applicants must demonstrate excellence in academic achievement.View more information here.
In each academic year these scholarships are for up to 6 students demonstrating sporting excellence - up to £1000 off the cost of tuition fees for each year of the course, plus free access to Sports Therapy expertise and clinics and up to £500 over the duration of the programme towards the cost of travel for training and events. View more information here.
UCB is keen to encourage international students to progress to the highest level of study within their capability and to promote this the University Corporation has made available up to 150 scholarships of £1000 each which will be automatically deducted from the tuition fees of the course to which the student is progressing. These scholarships are offered to any student who has successfully completed a specified course of higher education at UCB and is progressing within 3 semesters to a higher level of study at UCB. View more information here.
These scholarships are open to applicants based in one of the countries defined each year by the international office. Applicants must demonstrate excellence of academic or other relevant achievement. Applicants must not previously have been enrolled on the course concerned, previously been enrolled on a FdA course at the University in the same subject area (if entering the final year of a first degree course) or have previously received a scholarship from the University. View more information here.