The University of Northampton is proud to offer the UON International Scholarship to recognize the high academic achievements of many international student. University of Northampton welcome students from all over the world and believes that there is no limit to the number of awards given to qualified students.
Level/Field of Study
This scholarship is designed for first degree aspirants not minding their course of study.
The UON International Scholarship is brought to you by the University of Northampton in the UNited Kingdom
Eligibility for the UON International Scholarship
- You must have a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate taught program offer (BA, BSc, BEng, MEng, LLB, Joint Honours, MA, MSc, LLM or MBA).
- You must have been classified as an international fee payer. Please see the UKCISA guide for more information on whether you fall into this category.
- UK and EU nationals who are eligible for a Student Finance England maintenance loan will not be eligible.
- Students enrolled in a University-approved course at a partner institution will not be eligible.
Deadline for the UON International Scholarship
The UON International Scholarship works in tandem with the admission process. The scholarship closes as soon as admission closes.
How to Apply for the University of Northampton UON International Scholarship
- Scholarships are offered simultaneously with applications to study at the University.
- Applicants are not required to submit a separate scholarship application.
- Scholarships are given out based on the quality of each applicant’s application and academic eligibility.
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- Applicants will be notified of their UON International Scholarship status in their offer letter.
- Conditional awards require applicants to demonstrate that they meet the scholarship conditions outlined in their offer letter.
- Scholarship decisions are final, and there will be no further correspondence regarding awards or eligibility.
With the exception of all Nursing programs, where the maximum scholarship available is 10% for each year, any award will take the form of a 10%, 20%, or 30% reduction in the cost of tuition fees for the duration of the program of study.
To accept the UON International Scholarship, a student must pay £5,000 of their first year tuition fee before receiving a CAS, and the remainder (less discounts and scholarships) in two instalments on May 15 and August 15.
Terms and Conditions
The following are terms that must be met for the UON International Scholarship
- A change of course to another qualifying programme at the University of Northampton will not affect the scholarship’s continuation. If this results in an additional year of study, the scholarship will only be paid for the duration of the first program they enrolled in.
- Students who do not meet the academic requirements for advancement and are required to repeat a year (full-time or part-time) or resit out of residence will not be eligible for the award to be continued in the repeat/resit year.
- The scholarship is only available for the academic year 2020/21. Any award that has been offered will be withdrawn and must be reapplied for if a program is deferred, withdrawn, or restarted.
- The University reserves the right to revoke any award given to anyone who is found to have lied to the University about any aspect of their eligibility.
- If you have any outstanding debts to the University, the University reserves the right to withdraw your scholarship award.
- In cases where the above terms and conditions do not apply, or where a student claims exceptional circumstances or disputes, the Chief Operating Officer or their nominee will decide on any variations to these terms and conditions, and their decision will be final.
As one of the few universities in the world to be ranked Gold in the Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), UON understands that sharing knowledge, encouraging creativity, and striving to make a positive difference will change the world. What drives the school is the desire to assist people like you in making the changes that will transform their lives.
Despite being one of the UK’s youngest universities, UON is already setting the standard for adding value to society. The university has received numerous social impact awards, but what matters most to the school is ensuring that students and graduates have the opportunity to make their mark on the world as well. As a result, it was the first university in the United Kingdom to be designated as a Changemaker Campus in 2012.
UON aspires to shatter the mold of what Higher Education can be. This has prompted the school to construct an entirely new university from the ground up, one that is intended to reflect the way you actually learn rather than the way you are expected to learn.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should you study at the University of Northampton?
Applicants will have numerous opportunities to expand their academic knowledge and life skills while studying at this university. The university is actively committed to providing you with all of the assistance you require at this critical juncture in your life.
Northampton University is well-known for what?
The University of Northampton has been named one of the top 30 Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) in the world for addressing inequality. Its efforts were recognized in the 2021 Times Higher Education Impact Rankings.
Is it difficult to get into the University of Northampton?
The acceptance rate for undergraduate programs at the university is 21.01%, according to UCAS data. The undergraduate acceptance rate indicates that admission to the University of Northampton is difficult, with only 21 students accepted out of 100 applicants.
Is the University of Northampton a good school?
According to student reviews on Studyportals, the best place to find out how students rate their study and living experiences at universities all over the world, University of Northampton is ranked 1001 in QS World University Rankings by TopUniversities and has an overall score of 4.1 stars.