Vice-Chancellor’s Undergraduate Scholarship Scholarships is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship programme at Robert Gordon University
Robert Gordon University is a public university in the city of Aberdeen, Scotland. It became a university in 1992 and was founded in the 18th century by Robert Gordon.
Benefits of Vice-Chancellor’s Undergraduate Scholarship
Full First year’s tuition fee.
Requirements for Vice-Chancellor’s Undergraduate Scholarship Qualification
- be applying to directly enter either year 1 or year 2 of an undergraduate course at RGU
- hold an offer from Robert Gordon University for a full time on campus undergraduate course
- be classed as the university as either an international or European fee payer
- must be a self-funding student
- be applying for the September start. Students who are studying the January start, fast track programme are eligible to apply for this scholarship when they begin their second year in September of that same year, but the January start shorter programme is not eligible for this scholarship
- be willing to embody the experience, by engaging with extra-curricular activities, and act as an ambassador for Robert Gordon University, by promoting the value of studying at Robert Gordon University
- Upload all required documentation (proof of qualifications, passport, personal statement and evidence of English Language) by 1 July 2022
Selection of successful awardee is based on academic merit.
How to Apply
Applicants must have received an offer from Robert Gordon University for an undergraduate course before submitting a scholarship application form, including a 500 words statement of support. The Scholarship Panel would expect applicants to highlight why they should be considered for the award.
Students should in the first instance apply to RGU for an offer and then complete our online application form.
For more details, visit Robert Gordon University website.