These scholarships have been launched to recognise the value we place on international diversity.
Fourteen scholarships are available for new undergraduates from schools in Turkey, India and Hong Kong.
Scholarships are offered as a tuition fee waiver (£5,000 for students from India and Turkey and £2,000 for students from Hong Kong) over three years of study.
Am I eligible?
You must have international fee status and, at a minimum, final or expected grades of at least GCE A-Level of ABB or equivalent.
You must be recommended for the award by your school counsellor or teacher.
How do I apply?
Applications for 2018 entry have now closed. If you have any queries please contact email@example.com.
If you are applying to study in 2018, your school counsellors or teachers must submit their nominations to our Scholarship team at firstname.lastname@example.org by 1 March this year.
Emails must come from a school address and the subject line should read: Important: GSP Recommendation.
The email should summarise why you’re an excellent student and deserving of the award. It must also include your full name, date of birth, UCAS number and the course you have applied for.
When you have been nominated, you will need to complete a scholarship application form by 19 March 2018.
Once you have an offer to study here, you can apply on Royal Holloway Direct
Before starting your application, read the application guidelines and eligibility criteria.
Additional terms and conditions
These scholarships are available as tuition fee waivers over the first three years of study at Royal Holloway, unless you spend a year abroad or on an industrial placement. In such cases, the tuition fee waiver will be applied in year four instead of year three.
If you are on a four year programme with no industrial placement or a five year programme with an industrial placement, the scholarship will be paid in the first three years of your degree programme only.
In order to be eligible to receive this scholarship after year one, an average academic grade of at least 60 per cent is required each year.