Scholarship in UK for International Students by Coventry University 2013

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Scholarships Provided By: Coventry university

Scholarship Subject Areas:  Computing, Engineering

Scholarship Target Countries:  International Students

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Coventry University of UK has published a notice on various schemes of scholarships for international students (students from Nepal can apply for this). Coventry University is an international level university with around three thousand students studying who are from around 100 different countries in the world. The university town Coventry was also announced as 4th safest place to live in the UK.

These scholarships are targeted to Engineering and Computing prospective students.

Both postgraduate and undergraduate level students (those willing to study Bachelor and Masters level students) are eligible to apply.

The university has separated £4,500 for undergraduate and £2,500 for postgraduate students applying for Engineering and computing (the courses which are in offer in Faculty of Engineering & Computing – further information on the Faculty can be found here). Students will have to write an essay of 500 words on how they will use the qualification they get from the university to apply for the scholarships.

Additional Full payment discount is given to the students who submit all their tuition fees before admission.  This discount is of £500.

Application Procedure

The application form is available online at ECscholarship.io [at] coventry.ac.uk

The deadline for is 28th June 2013 for students willing to join the university in September 2013.

This scholarships announcement is taken by Nepal Scholarship from Coventry University’s website with an intention of disseminating the information to a wider audience. Further details can be found in the original source link below. Read more at Coventry Engineering and Computing £200,000 Scholarship Scheme

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