Scholarships at INTO Newcastle University
Are you an ambitious international student with an offer to study at INTO Newcastle University? Then you may be eligible to receive up to £5,000 towards your tuition fees at INTO Newcastle.
Plus, when you successfully complete your course and start your degree at Newcastle University, further progression scholarships are available.
What scholarships are available?
International Foundation Joint Venture Scholarship (Part 1)
A £5,000 one-off tuition fee reduction to help towards your first year of study at INTO Newcastle University. A further £5,000 will be deducted from your university tuition fees when you progress to Year 1 of your Newcastle University degree.
Application deadlines 30 Jun (September intake) 30 Nov (January intake)
To be considered for an International Foundation Scholarship, you must hold an offer to study an International Foundation program at INTO Newcastle University. If you’re using an education counselor, contact them to apply.
Up to £4,000 one-off tuition fee reduction to help towards your first year of study at INTO Newcastle University.
To be considered for a Regional Scholarship, you must hold an offer to study at INTO Newcastle University. If you’re using an education counselor, contact them to apply.
Newcastle University offers a range of scholarships when you progress to your degree, making studying at this world-class Russell Group university more affordable.
Progression scholarships you may be able to receive:
- INTO Vice Chancellor Scholarships – £3,000 (guaranteed for all students upon progression to Newcastle University, no application required)
- International Foundation Joint Venture Scholarship (Part 2) – £5,000
Terms, conditions and eligibility criteria apply to progression scholarships.
“You shouldn't be afraid to try applying for the scholarship because it is financially helpful and helps you so much with your studies. It is an amazing opportunity to study in Newcastle.”
International Foundation -> BA (Hons) Communication and Media Studies
If you’re using an education counselor, contact them to apply for a scholarship.