There are many different types of scholarships available to international students who want to study in the UK. The British government is dedicated to education and along with other UK organisations the British government provides a number of scholarships and awards to support international students through their higher education in the UK.
De Souza Trust Goa Scholarship and the Goa Education Trust (GET) Scholarship
The British Council is delighted to offer young enterprising Goan students the De Souza Trust Goa Scholarship and the Goa Education Trust (GET) Scholarship to study in the UK.
British Council IELTS Scholarship
The British Council is delighted to announce the launch of the British Council IELTS Scholarship for Indian students planning to study at universities overseas. In line with its mission to promote the global sharing of knowledge.
Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP)
The Commonwealth Scholarship and Fellowship Plan (CSFP) is an international programme under which member governments offer scholarships and fellowships to citizens of other Commonwealth countries.
DFID’s Shared Scholarship Scheme (DIFDSSS)
DFID’s Shared Scholarship Scheme assists students from developing Commonwealth countries, of excellent academic calibre who, for financial reasons, are unable to study in Britain.
Overseas Research Students Award Scheme (ORSAS)
ORSAS awards offer international postgraduate students the opportunity to carry out a broad range of research at well-established UK academic institutions of worldwide recognition.
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Without scholarship opportunity, should not go to UK for study. Because education in UK is very costly now. Also very difficult to find out working scope in UK.
First there is some eligible criteria that you need to fit into for getting scholarship, It isn’t given to everybody by the trust but to only students that fit in their Scholarship schemes as the rate of pounds is much higher than Indian Currency the cost of living is also high if one opts to go alone on his own needs to have a good monetary backup. But if you are right candidate for their scheme then your future is bright.
By scheme, I assume you mean fit to their program. “Scheme” can also have a derogatory meaning.
For sure you will need to show you can afford to pay all the years of tuition and board.
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