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Vice Chancellor's Award for Nigerian students

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We are offering a Vice Chancellor’s Award (a £2,000 automatic tuition fee bursary) to Nigeria-domiciled applicants for full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate courses, and postgraduate research courses starting in January 2022, September 2022 and January 2023. Terms and conditions apply.

You can browse all of our courses on our online prospectus. If you have any questions, contact our team in Nigeria on [email protected] or visit our country pages.


Terms and conditions

  • - You must be domiciled in Nigeria.
  • - You must be a self-financing student eligible to pay international tuition fees.
  • - The £2,000 automatic tuition fee bursary is applicable to full-time taught undergraduate or postgraduate degree programmes, and postgraduate research programmes starting in January 2022, September 2022 and January 2023.
  • - The award will be applied pro rata to the following courses, resulting in the values outlined below:
  • - You will only receive the award for your first year of study.
  • - You must not have previously studied at Sheffield Hallam. If you have, visit our Alumni Scholarships page.
  • - Your fee cannot also be discounted by another arrangement such as a corporate contract or partnership discount.
  • - You may qualify for both an award and a scholarship but you will only be eligible to receive one of these offers. You would be able to accept the highest award or scholarship that you are offered.
  • - You must meet the entry requirements in your offer letter before you can enroll.
  • - If you are eligible for the award, you are still required to pay any relevant deposits and 50% of the remainder of the discounted fee before or at enrolment.
  • All decisions on eligibility for these awards are at the University's discretion and are final.

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