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Staffordshire University
Staffordshire University
Representatives of Staffordshire University will be present at the World Education Fair and will be able provide you with detailed information about their institution.
 
In addition, next to one-to-one meetings with delegates, you will be able to participate in workshops and presentations on education related topics, as well to benefit from special discounts and many other excellent offers.
 
Fill in the registration form below. Participation at the event is free.
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Tuition fees 2020-2021
License programs: up to £ 9,250 / year
Masters programs: 7,700 - 16,800 £ / year
 
Sources of financing:

1) For students who wish to attend a bachelor's degree program at Staffordshire University, a first source of tuition funding, is the Tuition Loan Fee loan granted by the Student Loan Company which fully covers tuition fees (£ 9,250 .).

2) For students who wish to pursue a masters degree program at Staffordshire University, the Student Loan Company offers the possibility of accessing a loan, up to £ 10,906. This amount can be directed both to pay the tuition fee and to cover the current expenses.
 
Scholarships:

EU Academic Excellence Award September 2020
Staffordshire University offers scholarships worth £ 1,000 / £ 1,500 and is intended for students applying for a bachelor's degree program in the 2020/2021 academic year.
The scholarships are of two types:
  •  Scholarship of £ 1,500 in the first year of studies
Potential students must meet the following criteria in order to qualify for one of the scholarships:
- Be in the first year of the license;
- To live 20 miles from one of the University campuses (these campuses are Stoke-on-Trent, Blackheath Lane, Lichfield and Shrewsbury);
- To obtain high achievement grades through UCAS;
- They joined the university from a form of college or school, after studying the A or BTEC levels;
- Payment of the full tuition fees;
- I have an income below £ 25,000 / year;
- Studying an unfunded course;
- Be the first course you apply to, whether the course has been completed or not;
- Not to repeat any year of the course taken.
  •  £ 1,000 scholarship in year 2 and 3
Potential students must meet the following criteria in order to qualify for one of the scholarships:
- Students must achieve an average of over 60% (1 or 2: 1) in the current university assessments;
- To live within 20 miles of one of the university campuses (these campuses are Stoke-on-Trent, Blackheath Lane, Lichfield and Shrewsbury);
- They joined the university from a form of college or school, after studying the A or BTEC levels;
- Payment of the full tuition fees;
- I have an income below £ 25,000 / year;
- Studying an unfunded course;
- Be the first course you apply to, whether the course has been completed or not;
- Not to repeat any year of the course taken.
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