Taught and Research Scholarships at University of Leeds

Taught and research scholarships are available at University of Leeds in different undergraduate and post-graduate program. This scholarships are available for Uk students, EU students and International students based on their academic achievement.Student scholarships and Loan are available in Uk for local, EU and international Students.

Postgraduate students at Leeds benefit around £10 million of funding being available from the University and externally.Individual University Schools also offer some scholarships, and substantial numbers of studentships funded by the UK Research Councils are available for postgraduate study at Leeds for UK and EU students.

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Overseas students and workers can qualify for a tax refund

You could qualify for a tax refund if you are an overseas student, work permit holder, Tier 1, Yellow or Blue Card holder – in fact any visa type – even if you are no longer legal!

Wherever you are working in the world, whether on a work permit or student visa or even illegally, the bad news is you will have to pay tax.

The good news is that you may now be able to claim a lot of this money back!

Even non-studying Tier 4 students and UK visa overstayers, who are most likely still paying tax on their illegal earnings to the government, can qualify for a tax refund. Continue reading

Loans for US Students in the UK

For US Students who are planning to enroll directly in a foreign school, your funding options are a lot more limited than for those studying in the USA. Exchange rates continue to eat away at the value of a dollar, making it even more expensive to study overseas. However, International Student Loan provides you with a complete funding source to cover your education costs in a foreign country.

The most economical way to fund your education when you are enrolled in a foreign school is to borrow all you can on Federal Stafford Loans, so make sure you complete your FAFSA and get your federal funding. But typically you will need a lot more than is available through the Stafford program, so you can also borrow any remaining funds that you need through our Foreign Enrolled Private Loan. Because it is school certified, you will not borrow more than you need.

Co-Signer Recommended for All Applicants

The Co-Signer must be a US citizen or permanent resident, with good credit, income history and who has lived in the USA for the past 2 years. There are very few students who have good enough credit and income history to qualify for a loan without a co-signer.

Foreign Enrolled Private Loans offer:

  • Funding limits up to the total cost of education, as determined by your school, minus any other aid received. Total cost of education includes tuition, room and board, and living expenses.
  • Fast online application and approval
  • No application fee and no out-of-pocket costs
  • Hundreds of approved foreign schools, including medical, dental, business and law schools

 

University of Westminster Scholarship 2012

University of Westminster

Address: 309 Regent Street, London W1B 2UW
Phone: + 44 (0)20 7911 Web: www.westminster.ac.uk/

Name: Westminster International Scholarships
Level: Postgraduate/PhD
Requirement: Applicant must be an international student from a developing country and hold an offer for a full-time Masters degree.
Facility: Full tuition fee waivers, accommodation, living expenses and flights to and from London.

Number of Scholarship: n/a
Form Collection Last Date: 31-05-2012
Form Submission Last Date: 31-05-2012
Apply Procedure: To read the complete apply procedure please click here -> Application Form
Selection Procedure: International Scholarships are awarded for full-time Masters degree at the University of Westminster.Particular preference will be given to applicants that can demonstrate how the knowledge they will acquire from their studies will aid the development of their home countries.
Special Note: For more info please visit: Scholarship

UK Immigration crackdown on Tier 4 students sees 70% fall in applications to private colleges

City AM reports that the UK government’s policy to cut immigration is having a devastating effect on private higher education, according to a new report published last week.

Prohibiting some international students, those studying at private institutions, from working part-time to support their studies in the UK must be reversed, the Centre Forum think tank argued.

“Since these controls were introduced in 2011, enrolment numbers are estimated to have dropped by around 70 per cent,” the report said. Continue reading

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