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Northumbria Undergraduate EU Scholarship 2021/22

The Northumbria Undergraduate EU Scholarship 21/22

We are delighted to offer the Northumbria Undergraduate EU Scholarship, awarding students a fee discount in the first year of a Full-time Undergraduate Degree course starting in 2021/22.  Students will receive this EU Scholarship for the duration of study, with the fee discount covering subsequent years of study.

This also applies to students enrolling on a Foundation Year 2021/22 and progressing to a Full-time Undergraduate Course in 2022/23.

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Tuition Fee in Year 1*


Northumbria Undergraduate EU Scholarship


Tuition Fee after Scholarship applied


*Inflationary rises may apply in subsequent years of study

This scholarship is not applicable for applicants with ‘home’ fee status. Eligibility criteria for Home fee status can be found by visiting UKCISA (UK Council for International Student Affairs)

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Terms and conditions

 To be eligible for the Northumbria Undergraduate EU Scholarship you must:

  • be an EU student with ‘Overseas’ fee status

  • be a self funded student (not in receipt of any sponsorship)

  • be accepted and enrolled onto a Full-Time taught Foundation Year/Undergraduate degree or Integrated Masters course starting in Newcastle Upon Tyne in September 2021

  • students who join Northumbria directly at level 5 or 6 are eligible for the Undergraduate EU Scholarship

  • meet all individual course requirements

Important information

  • The Northumbria Undergraduate EU Scholarship is applied automatically as a fee discount, you do not need to make a separate application
  • Sponsored students are not eligible for the Undergraduate EU Scholarship

  • Students undertaking a GDL qualification are not eligible for the Undergraduate EU Scholarship

  • Students undertaking a placement or study abroad will not receive the Scholarship during that year

  • Students who are progressing from a partner institute where reduced fees have been agreed are not eligible for the undergraduate EU Scholarship

  • Students studying on Distance Learning/Part time Undergraduate courses are not eligible for the Undergraduate EU Scholarship

  • Students who are eligible for the EU Scholarship will not receive the Global Scholarship

  • The scholarship is awarded as fee discount and is not a cash sum

  • If you defer your place, the Scholarship will be withdrawn

  • The Scholarship is awarded for a maximum of five years (this includes a Foundation Year/Integrated Masters)

  • Students who defer/take a break in study/withdraw/repeat a year are not eligible for the scholarship in subsequent years of study

  • The University’s decision is final and cannot be challenged; there is no right of appeal

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