Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship

Here at Manchester Metropolitan University, we like to support our international students, and one way we do that is by allocating over £200,000 of Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships.

Each scholarship is of a different value, depending on the type of course the student is studying, for example, for an undergraduate degree, the scholarship is worth £2,500, while for a postgraduate degree it is £3,000.

Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarships are awarded on the basis of:

  • Academic merit;
  • What you hope to gain from the course you are taking; and
  • What you plan to do after completing your course.

We are very proud of our Vice-Chancellor’s Scholars, and we hold an award evening where the Scholar’s get to meet members of MMU International, and the Vice-Chancellor himself.

This year’s Scholar’s Evening was held on Monday 17th February, and was a great success. Scholars, members of MMU International and the Board of Governors mingled over Prosecco while being entertained by a string trio from the Northern College of Music, who played a mix of classical and contemporary music. They then sat down to a dinner in the impressive new home of the School of Art, the Benzie Building. Everyone looked very smart and were awarded their certificates by the Vice-Chancellor; John Brookes.

Here are some of the pictures from the evening:

Sian and Kimberley, the International Marketing Assistants, registering students as they arrive.

Sian and Kimberley, the International Marketing Assistants, registering students as they arrive.

Stephen

Stephen Parkin, Director of MMU International speaks to one of the Scholars.

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Some of the Scholars with a member of the Board of Governors.

Trio

The String Trio from the Northern College of Music entertained all the guests.

Find out more about the Vice-Chancellor’s Scholarship, as well as the other scholarships and bursaries available to international students at Manchester Metropolitan University.

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