UoW believes that access to higher education should be available to people from all financial backgrounds and is committed to providing a wide range of financial support options, available to students on both needs-based and merit-based criteria.
The university offers several scholarship options for both domestic and international students, which vary from discounted tuition fees to monetary grants, allowances for specialist equipment and even full all-inclusive scholarship packages, aimed at prospective students from developing countries who show the potential to succeed in a particular field.
Applications are online, and detailed information is available through the university website. Here students can check out the criteria for applying and make sure they complete their application before the deadline.
Undertaking a degree-level course of study is a long-term investment in personal education and career potential. The University of Westminster works hard to keep all courses as financially accessible as possible, and encourages prospective students from all financial backgrounds to apply.
Students looking at this university should also consider housing and living costs, when budgeting for a course of study, as London can be an expensive place to live and work.
There may be funding options available to students who meet certain eligibility criteria and applicants are encouraged to explore their funding options while submitting an application.
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