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      Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships

      Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships

      Scholarships of £4,000 towards tuition fees are available for students from India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

      We are pleased to offer 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships to assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree. 

      Scholarship details

      Value of award

      £4,000 tuition fee awards

      Number of awards

      200 in total (undergraduate and postgraduate courses)

      Start date and duration

      September 2022 for the duration of your course.

      Application closing date

      Awards may be allocated early in the application cycle; early course applications are therefore encouraged.


      Newcastle University is pleased to offer 200 partial Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships to assist international students to study an undergraduate degree or postgraduate Master’s degree.


      Newcastle University

      Eligibility criteria

      To be considered for awards applicants must:

      • be domiciled in one of the following countries: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand or Vietnam.
      • have been offered a place to study on an eligible undergraduate or Master’s degree course at the University’s Newcastle city centre campus for the 2022/23 academic year
      • be assessed as international for fee purposes

      Successful applicants will be selected on merit. Eligible candidates will be assessed as part of their academic application.

      Further details, including a list of non-eligible courses, can be found in the VCIS UG Partial Scholarship Regulations(PDF: 110KB).

      How to apply

      Eligible candidates will automatically be considered for a Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship as part of their academic course application.