|Scholarship Name||Global Wales Scholarships Programme 2021|
Have applied to one of the following Welsh universities to undertake an appropriate postgraduate programme:
Be scheduled to begin your postgraduate study in January 2022 at the University of Wales Trinity St David Wrexham Glyndwr University. Be classified as an international student for the purposes of fee payment;
|Scholarship Name||International Office Scholarships|
|Scholarship amount||Upto £2,000|
You will be reviewed for the award as soon as University receive your application.
|Scholarship Name||Chancellors International Development Scholarships|
This scholarship takes the place of traditional UG to PG prizes. The Chancellor's International Development Scholarship is not available to students holding a Higher National Diploma or a Foundation Degree.
|Scholarship Name||European Union SCHOLARSHIPS|
All qualified EU students starting a programme with University of South Wales will be automatically granted.
Students from the EU who graduate with an undergraduate degree from University of South Wales in 2021 and intend to pursue a postgraduate degree but are no longer able to pay the same tuition cost as a UK student may be eligible for a £6,000 Master's Progression Fee Discount.
|Scholarship Name||University of South Wales international students progressing to Masters|
Self-funding International alumni of University of South Wales who have earned a top-up degree or any other undergraduate degree requiring at least one academic year of on-campus study If you have completed or are about to graduate from a University of South Wales Bachelor degree when we receive your application, you will be automatically evaluated for one of these rewards. To secure their scholarship, applicants must pay the minimal deposit specified in the offer letter by the deadline specified in the offer letter. Applicants must enrol in one of the next two Masters award intakes available after graduation to be eligible for the discount. The discount is not available to applicants who are sponsored by the government, a firm, or any other third-party organisation.