The University of Hull, a UK university that focuses on teaching and research, is offering a scholarship programme for undergraduate students for the academic year 2021-22. The scholarships are open to international students (from India, Nepal, Philippines, and elsewhere) with an international fee status, as well as European Union students beginning their undergraduate studies in 2021/22.
The overall tuition cost will be reduced by £1,500 per year for science programmes and £1,000 per year for arts programmes under this scholarship scheme. Students from countries categorised as lower-income and middle-income by the World Bank will receive an additional £2000 discount per year. Due to India's status as a middle-income country, students can take advantage of this additional discount.
Students do not need to apply for the scholarship because it will be applied automatically. The discount does not apply to courses that include a year and a semester abroad or industry placement. Students interested in more information about the university's programmes and scholarship scheme should visit the university's official website.
The University of Hull is the UK's 14th oldest university, having been founded in 1927. It offers courses in topics such as creative industries, cardiovascular rehabilitation, incarceration studies, war studies, innovative energy technologies for buildings and industry, sports coaching and performance science, and more at the undergraduate, postgraduate, and doctoral levels.