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To assist future international students, the university of Bolton is proud to announce a number of new International Excellence Scholarships available to full-time self-paying students.

The maximum level scholarship extends to £5,000 for the duration of 3-year bachelors study and £3,000 for 1 year/18 months masters/PhD study.

To assist future international students, the university of Bolton is proud to announce a number of new International Excellence Scholarships available to full-time self-paying students.   The maximum level scholarship extends to

The University of Bolton traces its origins back to 1824 with the founding of Bolton Mechanics’ Institute. In 1887, the Committee of the Mechanics’ Institute decided that the town’s apprentices required technical instruction for the rapidly expanding engineering advances being made at the turn of the nineteenth century. This resulted in the creation of the new Technical School with student numbers rising to more than 1,500.

In 1926, Bolton Technical School became a college. Fifteen years later a new building was opened offering a wide range of technical education choices, with engineering the most popular. In 1964, Bolton Technical College and Bolton Institute of Technology were divided into two separate organisations. A J Jenkinson was Principal of the Technical College, Bolton College of Education (Technical) and then the first Principal of Bolton Institute of Technology.

Bolton Institute of Higher Education was formed in 1982 by the merger of the Bolton Institute of Technology and Bolton College of Education. The first principal of BIHE was John McKenzie, who was succeeded by Bob Oxtoby. Oxtoby began the campaign for university status.

An £8.3 million extension project began in 1991 with the purchase of the former Eagle Factory. Bolton Institute was awarded the right to award taught degrees in 1992, with the powers to award research degrees in 1996. In 1998, Mollie Temple became the third principal and successfully led the institution to achieve university status in 2004.

Eligibility criteria for the International Excellence Scholarship at University of Bolton.

Applicants must be International students

Applicants must be self-funded students applying for any bachelor, master, and master research degree programme at the university.

Applicants must be fluent in English Language

Eligible Countries: International

Type: Bachelors, Taught Masters and Research Master

Value of Award: Up to £5,000

Number of Awards: Not Known

Method of Application: There is no separate application form requirement. International students will be automatically assessed for these scholarships at the point of application. The deadline for being considered for these scholarships will follow the same admissions deadlines.

Application Deadline: September 2022

Visit The Official Website For More Information:

https://www.bolton.ac.uk/international/fees-and-finance/

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