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Aviva Scholarship

20% tuition fee waiver.

A joint partnership between Aviva and 11 of the UK’s leading universities, the Aviva Scholarship Programme brings together two of the UK’s world-leading sectors – education and insurance – to promote British education and international exchanges.  We are delighted to offer ten scholarships, worth 20% of the tuition fees, to students from China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam applying to any taught undergraduate degree or taught masters degree.

Criteria

Open to applicants who are citizens of China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam assessed as being an overseas fee payer, who have applied for any taught undergraduate degree or taught masters degree. The applicant, his/her parent, or his/her legal guardian, must also be a current Aviva policyholder.  For the full eligibility criteria, please visit: https://www.avivascholarships.com/scholarship/how-to-apply.html.

As well as following the application procedure below, applicants must have been offered a conditional place and made Kent their firm choice before the deadline date of 31 May 2018.


How to apply

Undergraduate applicants

To be considered for the scholarship, please complete the following steps:

  • Submit an application on the Aviva Scholarship website: https://www.avivascholarships.com/scholarship/application.html by their deadline of 15 February 2018.

  • Apply for the international scholarship as per the instructions on the following page: https://www.kent.ac.uk/scholarships/search/FNADINTNAT01 by the deadline of 31 May 2018.

  • Applicants must have received a conditional or unconditional offer and have made Kent their firm choice by 31 May 2018 for their scholarship application to be considered.



Postgraduate applicants

To be considered for the scholarship, please complete the following steps by 31 May 2018:

Deadline

The deadline for 2018 has passed. Details for 2019 will be published here when available.


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