University of Birmingham rolls out 100 plus new scholarships for Indian Students

University of BirminghamThe University of Birmingham has announced 100 new scholarships for Indian students domiciled and living in India. A member of the prestigious Russell Group of UK universities, the University of Birmingham is ranked among the top 100 universities in the world.

More than 100 additional scholarships will be awarded in the 2024–2025 academic year to deserving students who have earned or are expected to earn a first-class degree. The scholarships being offered are the India Chancellor Scholarship for Post-Graduates and the Outstanding Achievement Scholarship for Undergraduates.

Students at the University of Birmingham may expect a rich educational, social, and cultural experience. Although Indian students have always demonstrated a lot of promise and excitement for the courses, we offer at our campus in Birmingham. In the previous year, 79 scholarships were given to applicants with Indian domicile, and six of those individuals received the Dean’s award, which is equivalent to 60%. For this reason, we’re happy to provide a package of scholarships to help students who want to attend a British institution that is ranked among the world’s top 100.”The prestigious scholarships are available for all students studying at the University of Birmingham. Once the student has submitted their application, and if they receive an offer from the university, the value of the scholarship will be advised based on predicted grades or on meeting the offer conditions.

Talking about the scholarship. Adam Tickell, Vice-Chancellor at the University of Birmingham, commented, “Quote”