Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship

Creating a better future

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This scholarship enables emerging trailblazers from all over the world to utilise their Hartpury qualification to grow the industries of equine, sport, agriculture and animal. Whilst there is no ‘typical’ award winner, we are looking for individuals who have the passion, ideas and influence to develop the industry to create a better future.

Scholarships of £3,000 per person are available to support international students to join and excel at Hartpury University. They are open to new full-time international fee-paying students enrolling in September 2022.

To apply for a scholarship, complete the application form and write a 500-word essay answering the question:

‘How will you use your Hartpury qualification to grow the equine, sports, agriculture or animal industry to create a better future?’

application deadline: 30 June 2022.

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Eligibility criteria

Undergraduate applicants

In order to be eligible for the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship, you must complete the below actions by 30 June 2022:

  • Receive and accept an offer to study a full-time undergraduate degree at Hartpury University
  • Confirm Hartpury University as your firm choice on UCAS
  • Submit your 500-word personal statement
  • Pay your full tuition fee deposit (50% of your first-year tuition fee)

Postgraduate applicants

In order to be eligible for the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship, you must complete the below actions by 30 June 2022:

  • Receive and accept an offer to study a full-time postgraduate qualification at Hartpury University
  • Submit your 500-word personal statement
  • Pay your full tuition fee deposit (50% of your first-year tuition fee)

Terms and Conditions:

  • The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship is an award of £3,000 applied to students entering into year 1 of a Hartpury programme in 2022
  • It is applied to your first year of study only
  • Undergraduate scholarships are applicable for full degree subjects including two-year foundation degrees, but is not applicable for foundation one-year or top-up programme entry
  • This will be awarded in the form of a tuition fee discount only and cannot be used in place of any required deposit. The tuition fee discount will be deducted off your second tuition fee instalment. Once you have been awarded the scholarship, you will receive a revised invoice for your first-year tuition fee. No cash alternative is available.
  • If you are awarded a scholarship and wish to defer your entry to the University your scholarship will not be transferred; however you will be eligible to apply for scholarships applicable for the next academic year
  • Future requests for further funding will not be considered under this scheme
  • Applicants who are in receipt of any other scholarship, bursary, funding or discount will not be eligible for this Scholarship
  • You must be confirmed as an international student for fee paying purposes (this information is contained in your offer letter)
  • The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship is only available to self-funded students. Students in receipt of educational loans are not eligible for the award
  • If you are in receipt of funding (consisting of either tuition fees or tuition fees and living costs) from an external body which will be invoiced by the University for fees (such as Government, charity or a private organisation) you are not eligible for the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship
  • The Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship is only available for students who are coming to study full-time at Hartpury University for at least a full academic year. If you withdraw within your first year, your International Scholarship will be retracted and you will be expected to pay the international tuition fee dependant on the duration you have studied as detailed in Hartpury’s tuition fee policy
  • You must be able to satisfy all financial requirements as part of your visa application for study in the UK. You should not be solely relying on receiving the Vice-Chancellor’s International Scholarship to meet the UKVI financial requirements
  • Successful applicants and the amounts awarded will be decided by the Vice-Chancellor’s committee. Their decision is final and there is no right to appeal