The University of Kent, United Kingdom is inviting credible applicants who are willing to partake in its ongoing 2022 Scholarship for;
- An Undergraduate degree Program
- Open to International Students
- To study in the field of Journalism
- At the University of Kent, United Kingdom.
- Successful Candidates will be awarded a stipend of £2,500.
About the University of Kent.
The University of Kent is a leading academic institution located in Kent, Canterbury, UK, and was founded in 1965 and has maintained a semi-collegiate system.
Reputed globally, 97% of research emanating from Kent was judged to be of international quality in the Research Excellence Framework.
Its subsidiaries include the Kent Business School, University of Kent Students’ Union, and Eliot College and enrolment stands at about 22,265 and is a popular destination for overseas students in the world.
Benefits of University of Kent Bachelors
- The successful applicants of the University of Kent – The First 500 Scholarships in the UK 2020 will receive £ 2,000 per year or equivalent for part-time students.
Requirements for University of Kent Bachelors Qualification
- Have attained AAB from three A Levels or equivalent (i.e. 136 points or higher).
- Be entering Stage 1 of their undergraduate degree in September 2022.
- Have made their application to the University of Kent via UCAS.
- Have made a firm acceptance to study at Kent by 31 August 2022.
Applicants not eligible to apply for the scholarship are those:
- Who have attained any qualification higher than A Level or equivalent.
- Who are in receipt of need-based financial aid.
- Who are current students at The University of Kent.
- Who are applying to Medway School of Pharmacy
- Who are applying to Kent and Medway Medical School (KMMS)
How to Apply
- Write an essay of 750-1,000 words on the following:
“When the first students arrived at the new University of Kent at Canterbury (as the University was then known) in 1965, there were no societies, no sports clubs, and no student representation. In 2018, 20,000 students enjoyed 67 sports clubs, 189 societies, and there were over 400 student representatives. Kent’s first students had the opportunity – and the responsibility – to start all of these from scratch. If we were opening a new university in 2022 and you were in that first student intake, what would you start and why?”
- Save the essay as a Word document. At the top of the document, please include:
- The essay title
- Your full name
- Your University of Kent identification number
- Submit this essay on an application via KentVision by the deadline of 23:59 GMT on Monday 31 October 2022.