22 March, 2019.
Santander International Excellence Scholarship – Royal Holloway, University of London
Royal Holloway is offering these Scholarships to support international students wishing to study an undergraduate course at the university.
Royal Holloway, University of London (RHUL) is a public research university.
It has three faculties, 20 academic departments and 9,200 undergraduate and postgraduate students from over 100 countries.
The campus is located west of Egham, Surrey, 31 km from central London.
number of available scholarships: 4
Opportunity Focus Areas:
Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences:
- Drama, Theatre and Dance
- Media Arts
- Modern Languages, Literatures and Cultures
- Comparative Literature and Culture
- Liberal Arts
- Politics and International Relations
Faculty of Management, Economics and Law:
Faculty of Science:
- Biological Sciences
- Computer Science
- Earth Sciences
- Electronic Engineering
QATAR AND UNITED ARAB EMIRATES.
From 3 to 5 years.
Depending on the course.
You must be a new international full-time undergraduate student residing in one of the following countries within the Santander Universidades: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, China, Colombia, Ghana, Mexico, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Russia, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Uruguay or USA.
You must have minimum expected or final grades at GCE A-Level of AAA or equivalent, as well as providing a strong scholarship statement. Note: Any country with “High School qualifications not accepted for scholarships” in front of it (like Qatar and UAE) will need to take a one year International Foundation Programme, or the equivalent from another institution, before beginning undergraduate studies.
You must hold a conditional or unconditional offer for an undergraduate degree at Royal Holloway.
- You must intend to enroll for your degree at Royal Holloway at the start of the forthcoming academic year.
Minimum university entry requirements:
Minimum English language requirements: The university accepts the following internationally-recognised English language qualifications: (IELTS – Pearson Test of English – Cambridge ESOL – TOEFL ib). To check the specific scores required according to your course, click here. The university accepts some local English language qualifications from certain countries. For details, click here.
- Click here to check the required qualification specific to your country.
- Tuition fee waivers of £15,000 over three years. (£5,000 each of the first three years of study).
- Unless you spend a year abroad or on an industrial placement, when it will be applied in year 4 instead of year 3.
First Step: Apply for the University
- Use the UCAS online system, which can be done independently or through your school. You will need to enter your personal and academic information as well as write your personal statement. Royal Holloway’s institution code is R72. Individual course codes are listed on the Course finder.
- You need to send a transcript or certificate of your results to the Admissions Office.
- Applications are advised to reach UCAS between 1 September and 15 January although applications will still be considered until 30 June if places are still available.
- Any specific requirements are detailed in the individual Course finder entries.
- Note: Personal statements: what to include. As a general guide, your personal statement should include:
What interests you about your subject?
What have you found out about or learned from your subject?
What skills and personal qualities do you have?
Do you have a particular career path in mind? If so, how could this degree help you get there?
For more information, click here.
If you have any queries, email [email protected]
Second Step: Apply for the scholarship
- Applicants need to submit their application by 22 March 2019.
- Once you have an offer to study here, you can apply on Royal Holloway Direct.
- Your personal details and academic achievements will be taken from your application form. In addition to this information, you will need to provide a scholarship statement: Your statement should be no longer than 400 words and should include the following. Your statement will be judged on how effectively and convincingly you respond to these:
- Academic achievements you are particularly proud of and why these really matter to you.
- Why you have chosen to do the degree you have applied for.
- What your future aspirations are and how the scholarship will help you to achieve your future goals.
For more information, click here.
Third Step: Result
Following initial assessment, after the closing date, the Scholarships Team will contact you to inform you of the outcome of your application around 8 April 2019.
Know more about this opportunity:
To learn how to write CV, Essays, Personal statement, and know about recommendation letters click here:
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This Scholarship Published by:
” Sohair Ahmed ElMeligy/ Egypt “
Reviewed by” Reem Khaled / Egypt ”
MARJ3 Scholarships team