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Funding & fees

Undergraduate Scholarships

International scholarships are available in the following areas:

All Arts, Humanities and Social Science Subject Areas

Name of Award

Subject Area

Countries Eligible

Sum of Award

Number of Awards

How to apply

International Dean’s Award

Any subjects area within Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

Any

£5,000

2

Download application form

Country Specific Scholarships

Any subjects area within Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences

  • Africa
  • Bangladesh
  • Canada
  • Hong Kong
  • India
  • Pakistan
  • USA
  • Vietnam

£5,000

12

Download application form

Arts, Humanities and Social Science subject areas include: Business, English, Communication & Philosophy, History, Archaeology & Religion, Journalism, Media & Cultural Studies, Law, Modern Languages, Music, Planning & Geography, Politics & International Relations, Social Sciences and Welsh.

Terms and conditions

  • One application form for all scholarships, available from website. Only need to apply once, will be considered for any relevant scholarships
  • Completed applications to be submitted via email to ahss-scholarships@cardiff.ac.uk
  • Applications must be completed in full
  • Application deadline 30th May, need to have already applied to university
  • Must be self-funding: students whose fees are fully paid by a sponsor such as an employer or government are not eligible. Students who are partially sponsored and partially self-funding are eligible, provided that they are paying their own fees equal to at least the amount of the scholarship.
  • Successful candidates can only receive one scholarship and are not able to combine awards
  • All scholarships will take the form of a reduction in fee for the chosen degree programme.
  • Candidates to be informed w/c 29th June
  • Candidates have to reply within 7 days, if not responsive we will move to reserve list
  • These scholarships are only for new international students. Students progressing from an undergraduate course to a postgraduate course will be considered.

Business

Award

Subject Area

Countries Eligible

Sum of Award

Number of Awards

How to apply

A-Level Merit Scholarships

All Business

China, India, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Kenya

£5,000

5

Download application form

Terms and conditions

  • One application form for all scholarships, available from website. Only need to apply once, will be considered for any relevant scholarships
  • Completed applications to be submitted via email to ahss-scholarships@cardiff.ac.uk
  • Applications must be completed in full
  • Application deadline 30th May, need to have already applied to university
  • Must be self-funding: students whose fees are fully paid by a sponsor such as an employer or government are not eligible. Students who are partially sponsored and partially self-funding are eligible, provided that they are paying their own fees equal to at least the amount of the scholarship.
  • Successful candidates can only receive one scholarship and are not able to combine awards
  • All scholarships will take the form of a reduction in fee for the chosen degree programme.
  • Candidates to be informed w/c 29th June
  • Candidates have to reply within 7 days, if not responsive we will move to reserve list
  • These scholarships are only for new international students. Students progressing from an undergraduate course to a postgraduate course will be considered.

Law

Award

Subject Area

Countries Eligible

Sum of Award

Number of Awards

How to apply

Merit Scholarships

LLB M100

All

£1,000-£5,000 per year

Unlimited

Find out more...

A-Level Entrance Bursaries

LLB M100

All

£1,000

Unlimited

Find out more...

Planning and Geography

Name of Award

Subject Area

Countries Eligible

Sum of Award

Number of Awards

How to apply

School of Planning and Geography Scholarships

Any Planning and Geography

Any

£5,000

2

Download application form

Terms and conditions

  • One application form for all scholarships, available from website. Only need to apply once, will be considered for any relevant scholarships
  • Completed applications to be submitted via email to ahss-scholarships@cardiff.ac.uk
  • Applications must be completed in full
  • Application deadline 30th May, need to have already applied to university
  • Must be self-funding: students whose fees are fully paid by a sponsor such as an employer or government are not eligible. Students who are partially sponsored and partially self-funding are eligible, provided that they are paying their own fees equal to at least the amount of the scholarship.
  • Successful candidates can only receive one scholarship and are not able to combine awards
  • All scholarships will take the form of a reduction in fee for the chosen degree programme.
  • Candidates to be informed w/c 29th June
  • Candidates have to reply within 7 days, if not responsive we will move to reserve list
  • These scholarships are only for new international students. Students progressing from an undergraduate course to a postgraduate course will be considered.

Architecture

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

Chemistry

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

Computer Science

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

Earth and Ocean Sciences

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

Engineering

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

Maths

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

Physics and Astronomy

Pro Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars

Recipients will demonstrate a commitment to innovation, entrepreneurship, and community engagement. They are accomplished leaders in their school or community and inspire others to pursue an education in the Physical Sciences & Engineering in order to seek solutions to global challenges.

Scholars must evidence outstanding academic achievement, and display the characteristics noted above.

Eligibility:

Only self-funded students classified as "overseas" for fee paying purposes - students whose fees are paid partially or in full by an employee or government are not eligible for consideration. Students must be due to commence a degree level course in September 2015 (Foundation courses are not eligible.)

Value:

A maximum of £3,000 per taught year (up to a maximum of £12,000). Repeat years or sandwich years are not eligible.

Deadlines:

Applicants must have firmly accepted a conditional offer via UCAS portal by 30 June 2015 at 23.59BST; and have firmly accepted an unconditional offer via UCAS portal by 30th September 2015 at 23.59BST.

How to apply:
Online Application

For more information regarding these awards please contact pse-scholarships@cardiff.ac.uk.

International

Prospectus

2013 International brochure

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