Foreign Students Scholarships University of Buckingham
The University of Buckingham is a non-profit, private university in the UK and the oldest of the United Kingdom’s five private universities located in Buckingham, England founded the University College at Buckingham. The University of Buckingham was closely linked to Margaret Thatcher, who as Education Secretary oversaw the creation of the university college in 1973, and as Prime Minister was instrumental in elevating it to a university in 1983. The foreign students scholarships are now available for all international students.
The University of Buckingham is a member of the Independent Universities Group, created in January 2015 by eight non-profit and for-profit institutions with degree-awarding powers and/or university title. The new Vienna Master Scholarship is now available for all international students offered by IBS offers in Vienna. The University of Buckingham foreign students scholarships offers 20% discount on the programme fee for applicants for any master programme that IBS offers in cooperation with The University of Buckingham in Vienna.
Course Level: Scholarship is available to pursue Master degree programme.
Eligible Nationalities: International students are eligible. University College Dublin Non-EU Students Scholarship
Eligibility Criteria: Two of the University’s Master’s programmes, International Management and Human Resource Management are conversion programmes, so they can be attractive also for those wishing to make a career change: entry requirement is a first or second class Bachelor degree in any field of study. The Financial Management and the Marketing Management programmes are available only for applicants with relevant first or second class degrees.
University of Buckingham Foreign Students Scholarships Requirements
– First or second-class honours degree from a recognized university or a recognized professional qualification with significant and relevant work experience,
– Applicants must submit his/her proposal by email. If the proposal is accepted, the student will go ahead with the payment transfer of the first instalment and then will have a consultation session with his/her proposal with the Supervisor via Skype. Mature students not meeting the above requirements should contact us with their complete application documentation, which will be considered on an individual basis.
How to apply: Applicants should first apply online for the Master’s programme of IBS and upload the required documents (Bachelor’s degree or official transcript if the degree is not available yet passport and IELTS or TOEFL language certificate).
The applicant is supposed to indicate simultaneously his/her wish to be granted a Vienna Master’s Scholarship by emailing to firstname.lastname@example.org and attaching the motivation letter. If the scholarship is approved, the applicant must pay the first semester’s fee with the one-time registration fee of EUR 900 (EUR 4,720 + 900)