Deadline:

October 31, 2019

Location:

Kent. UK.

(Partially Funded)

Description

The First 500 Scholarship – University of Kent.

The University of Kent is delighted to offer the First 500 funding for the high achieving dazzling candidates.

The studentship is available to assist that student who has full potential but not recognized by current assessment methods and wants to start their undergraduate degree in any subject at the university.

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The University of Kent is recognized as a Beloff’s plate glass university. It is one of the country’s leading academic institutions. The university produced world-class research. It is committed to the transformative power of education and rated internationally excellent.

Opportunity Focus Areas:

  • American Studies, Canterbury courses
  • Anthropology and Conservation, Canterbury courses
  • Archaeology, Ancient History and Classics, Canterbury courses
  • Architecture, Canterbury courses
  • Arts, Canterbury courses
  • Biosciences, Canterbury courses
  • Business, Accounting, Finance, Marketing, Canterbury courses
  • Computing, Canterbury courses
  • Criminology, Canterbury courses
  • Cultural Studies, Canterbury courses
  • Digital Arts and Multimedia, Canterbury courses
  • Drama and Theatre, Canterbury courses
  • Economics, Canterbury courses
  • Engineering and Electronics, Canterbury courses
  • English Literature and Comparative Literature, Canterbury courses
  • Film, Canterbury courses
  • Health and Social Care, Canterbury courses
  • Higher and Degree Apprenticeships, Canterbury courses
  • History, Canterbury courses
  • Journalism, Canterbury courses
  • Languages and Linguistics, Canterbury courses
  • Law, Canterbury courses
  • Liberal Arts, Canterbury courses
  • Mathematics, Statistics and Actuarial Sciences, Canterbury courses
  • Music, Canterbury courses
  • Pharmacy, Canterbury courses
  • Philosophy, Canterbury courses
  • Physical Sciences, Canterbury courses
  • Politics and International Relations, Canterbury courses
  • Psychology, Canterbury courses
  • Religious Studies, Canterbury courses
  • Sociology and Social Policy, Canterbury courses
  • Sports and Exercise Sciences, Canterbury courses

Required Languages

English.

Eligible Countries

ALL WORLD COUNTRIES.

Program Period

Duration of the course.

Eligibility Requirements (Criteria)

  • One scholarship is available each year
  • Both full-time and part-time students are eligible to apply
  • Home, EU, and Overseas students are eligible to apply
  • Have attained AAB from three A Levels or equivalent (i.e. 340 points or higher)
  • Be entering Stage 1 of their undergraduate degree in September 2019
  • Have made their application to the University of Kent via UCAS
  • Have made a firm acceptance to study at Kent by 31 August 2019.

Opportunity Cost

(Partially Funded)

  • The grantee will be receiving the amount worth up to £2,000 per annum for the duration of the course.

How to Apply

First Step: 

Write an essay of 750-1,000 words on the following:

“When the first students arrived at the new University of Kent at Canterbury (as the University was then known) in 1965, there were no societies, no sports clubs, and no student representation. In 2018, 20,000 students enjoy 67 sports clubs, 189 societies, and there are over 400 student representatives.

Kent’s first students had the opportunity – and the responsibility – to start all of these from scratch. If we were opening a new university in 2019 and you were in that first student intake, what would you start and why?”

Second Step:

Save the essay as a Word document. At the top of the document, please include:

The essay title
Your full name
Your University of Kent identification number
And email the document to First500@kent.ac.uk

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This Scholarship Published by:
” Mohammed Kseibati / Syria “

Reviewed by “ Hend Younis / Egypt
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