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Sources of funding for international students
 

ukscholarshipsdatabase.britishcouncil.org - Scholarships database
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www.chevening.com - Chevening web site
Find out about Chevening scholarships

www.britishcouncil.org/911scholarships/
Find out about 911 Scholarships

Introduction
In the United Kingdom (UK) we warmly welcome international students and are aware of the educational, commercial, political and developmental benefits they bring. In return, students will benefit from their studies in the UK, and pass on this benefit to their home countries. British university education continues to offer good value for money - the quality of teaching is high, as is the international status of British qualifications.

The majority of students who come to study in the UK pay for their courses privately, but study can be costly and many students need to apply for scholarships or grants. The British government and other UK organisations provide a number of scholarships and awards to help international students to study in the UK. The main schemes are described in these pages:

Sources of Funding for International Students is also available as a PDF file (505 Kb) - download here.


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