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Newcastle University launches latest round of scholarships for Indian students

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NEW DELHI, OCTOBER 31: The scholarships offer for 2019/20 entry includes thirteen 50% tuition fee discounts and two full tuition fee discounts as well as partial tuition fee scholarships with a value of £1,500 to £5,000. Scholarships are available to applicants applying to study at undergraduate and Master’s level for almost all subject areas.
Professor Richard Davies, Pro-Vice-Chancellor, Engagement and Internationalisation, Newcastle University, UK said, “We are privileged to continue welcoming the brightest and best students from India. They are incredibly important to Newcastle University in the way they enrich University life culturally and socially, and they make our campus a more vibrant place to be."
Newcastle University scholarships have been offered in India for many years. This announcement builds on increased activity in a range of areas, including partnership with universities and institutions, such as IIT-Delhi and IIT-Mumbai, research collaboration, corporate engagement, and alumni relations.
The University launched the Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarships and the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships for the first time in 2018/19 entry to encourage high-quality applicants from around the world, including India.
Indian students at Newcastle University perform well on its programmes and go on to great careers and personal achievements. Scholarship provision for India expanded for the 2018/2019 academic year on these bases.
In the 2018/19 academic year 115 Indian students received international scholarships.
One of these scholars is Niveditha Sankar, a postgraduate Neuroscience student, who received a 50% Vice-Chancellor’s Excellence Scholarship.
The scholarships announcement follows on from the latest International Student Barometer results, which shows 93% of respondents stating they were satisfied with the University overall. Satisfaction among Newcastle University’s international students is high across a number of categories, including expert lecturers (95%), learning support (94%) and quality lectures (90%). More than nine out of 10 international students (94%) were satisfied with the Careers Service.
In addition to the scholarships schemes the University participates in the Commonwealth and Chevening Scholarships schemes which are also available to Indian applicants.

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