The University of Sheffield Offers  £10,000 DPS UG Merit Scholarship

Sheffield Offers
CITATION: Image used for information purpose only. Picture Credit:

The Delhi Public School Society (DPS) Undergraduate Merit Scholarship, intended for Indian students, is now available through the University of Sheffield. According to an official release, the £10,000 prize will be given to qualifying candidates enrolled in undergraduate degree programs starting in the fall of 2024 through a decrease in tuition prices.

The deadline for applications from prospective candidates is April 22, 2024, at 1:00 PM (UK time). The scholarship winners will thereafter be made public on May 15, 2024. The statement stated that successful applicants will have to attest to their acceptance of the scholarship offer.

Applicants must intend to start their degree program or foundation course at the University of Sheffield in September 2024 in order to be eligible for the grant. With the exception of dentistry (A200) and medicine (A100/A101), all undergraduate courses are acceptable. Applications must have been received for a course that is taught wholly at the University of Sheffield in order to be taken into consideration; programs that are shared between the university and a partner institution are not accepted, according to the statement.

Candidates must be able to pay the overseas tuition charge and must meet the requirement of self-funding for tuition fee purposes. Students who are sponsored are not able to apply. In addition, candidates must enroll in the first or second year of a degree program at the University of Sheffield. March programs are not eligible for any undergraduate scholarships since they are categorized as postgraduate taught programs for scholarship purposes.

This scholarship is available to new students from Delhi Public School Society (DPS) institutions in India who enroll in the university in 2024. It further said that prospective applicants cannot submit their scholarship application until they have received an admissions offer from the University of Sheffield.

Top stories