International students interested in the creative arts can now take advantage of the scholarship offered by the University of the Creative Arts in the UK. The university offered a wide range of courses in the field of arts, business and technology.
The University of the Creative Arts is committed to encouraging and empowering people to engage their own creativity to achieve positive work, solve problems and improve the lives of others. The University is a place to form inspiring partnerships, work with insight and solve real-life problems encountered around the world, whether as part of its vibrant community of teachers and researchers or as a student on one of its courses.
Students at the University of the Creative Arts can take advantage of many opportunities that will help them prepare for life after graduation such as studying abroad for a year and working collaboratively on projects with other courses.
Located in the south-east of England, in Surrey and Kent, the universities provide creative spaces where you will have the freedom to express yourself alongside like-minded individuals and groups.
- Host university: University of Creative Arts;
- Host country: United kingdom;
- Level of study: University level;
- Scholarship Type: Partial financing;
- Scholarship Worth: £1000;
- Eligible countries: National and international students;
- Threads: Media studies, fashion, television studies, journalism;
- Registration deadline: July 31street2024
Sir Ray Tindle International Scholarships are available for undergraduate students in the fields of: Journalism, Media Studies, Television Studies and Fashion at the University of the Creative Arts in the UK.
The University of the Creative Arts will contribute £1,000 per annum for the duration of the course.
To be considered, candidates must be current students on one of the Media or Journalism courses at the University of the Creative Arts.
Candidates must complete an application form for undergraduate study at the university, after which they can complete a scholarship application form.
Candidates must identify their financial needs and explain how they will benefit from the UCA Creative Scholarship, why they feel they should be considered for the UCA Creative Scholarship, and include details or evidence of academic achievement to date, and evidence of outstanding creative achievement to date.
To be accepted into the bachelor’s programme, applicants must follow the university’s admission requirements.
The university always takes into account the strength of an applicant’s record and grades and may therefore make offers that are lower than its standard admission criteria. This may be because some students who were expected to achieve the necessary results did not achieve the expected results due to extenuating circumstances or difficulties.
The university regularly accepts students whose fees are well above the standard admission requirements. Applicants who have potential but are not fully prepared for a three-year course may be offered a four-year course with an integrated preparatory year, where the entry requirements are lower.
Applicants must meet the university’s language requirements, if students wish to study at the University of the Creative Arts; They will need a certain level of English language skills. Therefore, to ensure that students meet their course requirements, the University will require evidence of their English language skills.
Visit the official website for more information.