Fully Funded Scholarship is available for international students also at Cardiff University.
Cardiff University is a public research university in Cardiff, Wales. It is the third oldest university institution in Wales. The university consists of three colleges: Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences; Biomedical and Life Sciences; and Physical Sciences and Engineering. Moreover, the university is the strongest research-focused university in Wales. Furthermore, it the only university in Wales to be a member of the Russell Group of Research Intensive Universities. Above all, the university is in 145th position in the QS World University Rankings 2019. Also, the university has had affiliations with two Noble Laureates.
Cardiff University also offers a large number of scholarships to its incoming students. The scholarships depend upon a student’s academic achievements, financial need, faculty as well as the fee status. The high-awarding merit scholarships of the university attracts and rewards the best students. One of the scholarships available for the international students is the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarships for Research Excellence. This scholarship offers seven eligible applicants the opportunity to join the university’s Doctoral Academy community for 3 years on a full-time basis.
Awards are for the highest quality candidates with the potential to become outstanding researchers. This will have to be demonstrated through your academic achievements, research preparedness and a clear understanding of the significance of your research area.
To be eligible for the scholarship you must be a national of (or permanently domiciled in) a country in the lower middle income and below on the 2017 OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) list or Namibia (as part of the University’s continued engagement and education partnership activities in Namibia).
You must also:
The awards are available to support applicants in full-time PhD programmes (excluding clinical courses).
The Scholarship includes tuition fees, an annual stipend (in line with UKRI rates, updated annually and currently at £14,777 for 2018/19) for three years, and your academic School will also contribute towards research costs.
There is no separate scholarship application form. You should apply for your chosen PhD programme via the University’s online application form to get consideration for the scholarship.