The scholarship is open to all Indian students pursuing an undergraduate degree, post-graduate degree or diplomas with NTU.
To encourage students to do good deeds, University Living, in association with Nottingham Trent University, UK, has introduced a scholarship for students of Indian citizenship who have contributed in some way or form to better society, the environment, or people’s lives around them.
This scholarship will not be based on the academic performances of the students, and the candidate will purely be assessed on the basis of the social impact their project has had on society in the past few years.
‘Social scholarship’: How to apply
Step 1: Visit the official website of University Living — universityliving.com
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the ‘scholarship’ tab.
Step 3: Scroll down to fill in the required details in the given form to apply.
Step 4: Record a video showcasing your social impact.
Step 5: Upload that video on Instagram as a post and tag ‘Nottingham Trent University’ and ‘University Living’.
The ‘social scholarship’ is available only for students who are Indian citizens and are applying to Nottingham Trent University, UK. It is applicable for the September 2022 / Fall intake. It is open to all Indian students pursuing an undergraduate degree, postgraduate degree or diplomas with NTU. However, the candidate should have an offer of a place on an eligible full-time course with NTU.
“It is further clarified that the scale of the impact or the number of people will not be the deciding factor for awarding of the scholarship,” the terms and conditions state.
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