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    I am aiming to achieve A*s for my A level and i want to get an scholarships.
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    The criteria for each scholarship is different. You need to look up the exact criteria for them.
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    I Haven't known of a uni to give a scholarship for the fees...that's a very american thing

    However look up the Unis you want to go to and it'll list all scholarships and stuff on the websites
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    I am aiming to achieve A*s for my A level and i want to get an scholarships.
    No UK uni has full scholarships for undergrads. That's what student finance is for.

    For example, in England all home students qualify for a full tuition fee loan. (Not a scholarship, ie you have to pay it back depending on your earnings when you finish university). And then there's a means-tested maintenance loan depending on your household income.

    But many universities do offer small (£2-£3k) scholarships to applicants with the highest grades or sometimes for sporting or other excellence. Eg Surrey, for one. http://www.surrey.ac.uk/content/unde...s-scholarships

    Are you a UK resident applying to an English university?


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    (Original post by jneill)
    No UK uni has full scholarships for undergrads. That's what student finance is for.

    For example, in England all home students qualify for a full tuition fee loan. (Not a scholarship, ie you have to pay it back depending on your earnings when you finish university). And then there's a means-tested maintenance loan depending on your household income.

    But many universities do offer small (£2-£3k) scholarships to applicants with the highest grades or sometimes for sporting or other excellence. Eg Surrey, for one. http://www.surrey.ac.uk/content/unde...s-scholarships

    Are you a UK resident applying to an English university?


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    Yep i am uk student indeed.

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    (Original post by dream_big)
    Yep i am uk student indeed.

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    Ok, so your fees will covered by the student loan.

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    Most of the time by having poor parents and even then they're not full scholarships, just a couple grand per year. I think the closest thing I've heard of to what you're asking is someone being exempt from first year tuition and I haven't heard of anyone else getting that deal.
 
 
 
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