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University of Nottngham in China Offers Schoalrships to U21 Alumni

The University of Nottingham announces new scholarship programme for U21 graduates who enrol for masters degree programmes at its branch campus in China. Full story below…

 

The University of Nottingham Ningbo China will award scholarships worth about ¥9,000 (about US$1,500 or £900) to graduates from all universities in the Universitas 21 network who enrol for its masters degree programmes.

 

The scholarship, equivalent to 10% of the maximum annual tuition fee of ¥90,000 (£9,000), will be awarded on a non-competitive basis to all U21 alumni who register for full-time degree programmes from September.

 

The U21 is a group of research-focused universities that create opportunities for students to enhance their university education by studying abroad for a period.

 

There are 23 universities in the U21 group from around the world, including The University of Nottingham. They are:

 

·         The universities of Queensland, New South Wales and Melbourne in Australia;

·         McGill University and University of British Columbia in Canada;

·         The University of Delhi, India;

·         University College Dublin, Ireland;

·         The universities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Birmingham in the UK;

·         Tecnológico de Monterrey, Mexico;

·         Waseda University, Japan;

·         University of Auckland, New Zealand;

·         Lund University, Sweden;

·         The universities of Connecticut and Virginia in the US;

·         University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands;

·         Korea University, South Korea;

·         National University of Singapore; and

·         China’s Fudan University, Shanghai Jiao Tong University and University of Hong Kong

 

Also eligible for postgraduate scholarships of 10% of the first year’s tuition fee are:

·         The University of Nottingham’s alumni;

·        Any student who has spent time at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China on a Study Abroad programme or as an international exchange student during their undergraduate years; and

·         Immediate relatives of The University of Nottingham’s alumni and current students.

These scholarships are only available for students who register for full-time degree programmes and are for the first year of study.

 

Students can also apply, with the help of the University, for generous scholarships for international students from the city of Ningbo.

 

In this academic year, Ningbo granted more than ¥750,000 (£75,000) in funding to international students who enrolled for degree programmes at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China.

 

University entrants are eligible for more than one scholarship.

 

The University offers taught masters programmes across its three faculties: Social Sciences, which includes a branch of one of Europe’s topbusiness schools; Arts and Humanities; and Science and Engineering. For more about our comprehensive range of degree programmes, please download our international student prospectus.

 

Ms Marina Chen, head of student recruitment and admissions at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China said: “We are keen to keep growing our international student community here at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China.

 

“Most of our students are from China, but we also have several hundred students from dozens of countries. We have students from Brazil, Panama, the US, Tanzania, Russia and South Korea, among the many nations represented here at our international campus,” she said.

 

Studying for a UK degree at a university in China where all programmes are delivered in English is a highly attractive proposition for individuals looking to add an international dimension to their overall university experience, noted Ms Chen.

 

“There are tremendous career opportunities for our alumni because they have unrivalled insights into the culture and workings of China, an important trading partner for most countries,” she said.

 

“Aside from the scholarship programmes, we support our international students through special social programmes and organised events. We are also developing our career support for international students and have plans to facilitate internships,” she said.

 

Ms Chen said international students have the opportunity to live in comfortable accommodation on the park-like campus, which blends British-style architecture with Chinese landscaping.

 

“The University of Nottingham Ningbo China’s fees are in line with UK levels, however living costs are generally lower in China, which means students who want to carefully manage their finances can still enjoy a comfortable lifestyle,” she said.

 

The University helps students with the paperwork associated with living and studying in another country.

 

To hear more about the international student experience at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, watch our latest international student videos.

 

If you would like to apply to study at The University of Nottingham Ningbo China, or would like to visit the campus or require more information, please contact Lauren Quinn Taylor,Viola Ye or Jacqueline Lin of our international student recruitment team.

 

You can also meet us at international student fairs in Malaysia and Kazakhstan in March.