University of Essex announces Scholarship worth £4000 For Indian students

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University of Essex
Essex Business School

~Scholarship will be offered to all eligible Indian students for undergraduate programs commencing 2019 ~

The University of Essex is a gold rated institution in UK’s Teaching Excellence Framework. It has announced unlimited scholarships worth £4,000, which amounts to Rupees 3.6 Lakhs, for students in the Indian sub-continent across a wide range of undergraduate programs offered at the University of Essex for the year 2019-2020.

University of Essex has been elected the UK’s University of the Year in the Times Higher Education Awards and ranks 29th overall in The Times and The Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019.

This £4,000 scholarship, on offer for all eligible Indian students, is available in the first year of their study towards tuition fees covering all coursework programs commencing in 2019.

The scholarship will enable Indian students to achieve their career goals by improving the affordability of acquiring an internationally recognised degree from a globally renowned university and also help the university to recognise outstanding Indian students.

University of Essex

Some of the most popular study areas at Essex University include Data Science, International Relations, Human Rights, Law, Management, Psychology, and Sports Science. University of Essex has seen a steady flow of enrolments from high achieving Indian students over the past few years, many of whom have availed of the University’s generous scholarships.

Applicants for the scholarship will be required to be fully self-funding their studies and should obtain a place on a course at Essex by 19 July 2019. The applicants will also have to meet the English requirements for the course they have selected and meet a minimum academic score in their last completed qualification.


The deadline for these scholarships is June 30, 2019 for the session. For details on application and eligibility please visit https://www1.essex.ac.uk/fees-and-funding/ug/scholarships/india.aspx