SHU has announced extension of deadline for Indian students to apply for one of Transform Together scholarships and the GREAT scholarships until 31 July 2014.
Online PR News – 08-June-2014 – Bangalore/Karnataka – Bangalore, June 6, 2014: Sheffield Hallam University, one of the UK's largest universities, best known for its innovation and excellence in providing quality education in emerging fields, has announced the extension of its deadline for Indian students to apply for one of the Transform Together scholarships and the GREAT scholarships until 31 July 2014.
High-achieving students can still apply for one of our competitive Transform Together scholarships to begin any of our full-time courses in September 2014. Scholarship winners for postgraduate courses receive a 100% tuition fee discount. Successful applicants to our undergraduate courses receive a 50% tuition fee discount for each year of study.
As a part of the GREAT campaign from the British Council, the University is offering scholarships to six Indian students for MSc Sports Business Management. Under this scholarship, each student will be awarded a scholarship worth £3,750 to study MSc Sports Business Management.
Sudha Mary Toppo, regional co-ordinator for the South Asia region at Sheffield Hallam University, said: “We welcome applications from talented students who are passionate about their subject areas and their studies. We are extremely proud of our scholars and we look forward to receiving another round of high quality applications."
To apply for a scholarship, students must first apply for a course and have received an offer from the University. The application form for the September 2014 scholarships can be downloaded from Sheffield Hallam's website- www.shu.ac.uk/international/scholarships-bursariesor in person from the regional office in New Delhi.
For more information about Sheffield Hallam University and applying for scholarships, contact Sheffield Hallam's New Delhi office by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or call +91 (0)11 23706239-41.
About Sheffield Hallam University:
Sheffield Hallam University dates back to 1843 and is one of the most progressive universities in the United Kingdom. Sheffield Hallam is currently offering 750+ courses
To 35,000 students including more than 4,000 international students from more than 100 different countries. Sheffield Hallam also has collaborations with several Indian Universities including Vidyalankar School of Technology, Mumbai, Symbiosis International University, Pune, Gautam Buddha University, Greater Noida, Delhi, Christ University, Bangalore, Techno India NJR, Udaipur, Bhagwant Group of Institution, Jaipur, Chennai, TAPMI, Manipal.