University of Exeter Announces New Scholarships, Online Assistance for Int’l Students

By Cyril Zachariah Updated On - Mar 04, 2021 08:03 PM

Understanding the importance of international students, the University of Exeter offers a number of student support service to overseas students. Through scholarships and online chats that can help clear all doubts regarding studying at the university, Exeter aims to attract students from across the world.

Providing the need of the hour, the University of Exeter has announced a new opportunity for international students who wish to study at the university. Member of the Russell Group of research-intensive UK Universities, the University of Exeter has announced a new scholarship opportunity for its international students.

All four campuses of the University of Exeter, i.e. Streatham and St. Luke’s campus in Exeter and Penryn and Truro campuses in Cornwall will be offering students a range of scholarships amounting to £10,000 and £5,000. The scholarships are full-tuition fee scholarships for international fee-paying students who are expected to start their studies in September 2021.

The scholarships, also known as Global Excellence Scholarships will be available for a number of academic programmes. The Global Excellence Scholarships are designed to recognise the academic achievements of the students and help them participate in the dynamic community for teaching and learning at Exeter.

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Additionally, along with the international student scholarships at Exeter, the University is also offering a number of Online Chats for students to learn about the different undergraduate programmes. The students will be able to communicate with a member of the academic staff on any subject that the student is interested in pursuing. Through the chats, the students will be able to learn about the course content, assessment, teaching models, student life at the university as well as the application process.

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Considering the current world situation, the University of Exeter allows students who are unable to travel to the university campus to still take a tour of the university facilities and infrastructure. Through the 360 Virtual Campus Tours of the different campuses in Devon and Cornwall, future Exeter students will be able to check out the different facilities such as the library, sports centre, lecture theatres, seminar rooms and accommodation facilities as well.

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