Type of Funding
Sheffield Halam University is inviting international students and those from non-UK European Union countries, who want to pursue taught full-time degree courses at the University commencing September 2019, to apply for the Transform Together Scholarships. All full-time undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes at the University are eligible.
The scholarship award is a half fee waiver (50% discount) for postgraduate courses and for each year of an undergraduate degree. For postgraduate courses which are 2 years or more in length, the 50% discount will only be applied to the first year’s fees.
Applicants have to be either international or European Union (non-UK) fee paying students who have accepted an offer for a full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate course at Sheffield Hallam University. They must be self-funding students who are able to pay any additional fees (other than the tuition fees) that may be required by the course, such as for field trips. Candidates can apply for a Transform Together scholarship if they are progressing from a Sheffield Hallam undergraduate degree to a Masters degree; but those who have already started the course for which they are applying for a scholarship, are not eligible.
Those applying for postgraduate scholarships must have achieved a minimum 2.1 or equivalent in their honours degree and must meet the English and academic entry requirements for the course. Applicants for undergraduate scholarships must have achieved the English and academic entry requirements for the course. Undergraduate scholars must successfully complete each year of study to continue to receive the fee waiver.
Those who are receiving full or partial funding for their studies from a sponsor or other scholarship provider, are not eligible. Those undertaking a Sheffield Hallam course at a partner institution outside the UK and those who have offers for the following are not eligible:
- Graduate Diploma Business and English (Pre-Masters) course or
- International Foundation Programme in art, design and media or business, law and social sciences.
Applications are to be done online by 31 May 2019.