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New Vice-Chancellor scholarships designed to enable more international students to study at Brighton

We’re delighted to launch our new Vice-Chancellor international scholarships at both postgraduate and undergraduate level.

The scholarships are automatically granted as a reduction in fees to students from specific regions studying in the following schools: School of Business and Law; School of Architecture, Technology and Engineering; School of Humanities and Social Science.

Vice-Chancellor, Professor Debra Humphris, said: “The Vice-Chancellor international postgraduate scholarships have been designed to have a positive impact on your studies and enable more students with global perspectives to study at Brighton.

“We know that when different perspectives come together, brilliant new thinking happens – and that’s why it’s so important to create a student community that’s inclusive and diverse.”

We offer three scholarships for self-funded international students from the following regions:

  • Vice-Chancellor South Asia postgraduate/undergraduate scholarship
  • Vice-Chancellor Africa postgraduate/undergraduate scholarship
  • Vice-Chancellor MENA and Turkey postgraduate/undergraduate scholarship

All of the eligibility criteria, including the specific countries, for these new scholarships is published on our postgraduate scholarship webpage and our undergraduate scholarships webpage.

Please note, you can only be in receipt of one University of Brighton scholarship and scholarships cannot be combined. If you are eligible for more than one scholarship, the highest amount will be awarded.

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Zoe Cassell • March 28, 2024

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