Atul Chauhan Scholarships for International Students at Amity University London, UK 2021/2022
The Atul Chauhan Scholarships at Amity University London, UK is now open access for all International Students who are interested to apply to earn a college degree for the 2021/2021 academic session.
The grant is available for those have financial barrier but are astonishing with their academic records and wishes to study in a higher degree at the university in the UK.
What you should know about the Amity university before you decide to study in the university.
Amity University was established in 2009, the Amity University (AI) offers bachelors and masters in business and management degrees.
The faculty and teachers who practice at Amity University have decades of educational experience nationwide and globally.
How and when to apply to University
You need to find out when your courses deadlines, because Some courses have different deadlines, and many are a long time in advance of the start of the course. Find out which deadline applies to you, and what you need to do by that deadline.
Deadlines for on-time applications For Atul Chauhan Scholarships
Courses starting in 2021 (and for deferred applications), your application should be with the University at UCAS by one of the dates – depending on what courses you apply for. If your completed application – including all your personal details and your academic reference – is submitted by the deadline, it is guaranteed to be considered.
If you’re applying for the Atul Chauhan Scholarships through your school/college, please check their deadline, and follow this to get your application in on time. This gives them enough time to read your application, check you’ve entered your qualifications correctly, write and attach your reference, and submit your application to us.
- 15 October 2020 for 2021 entry at 18:00 (UK time) – any course at the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, or for most courses in medicine, veterinary medicine/science, and dentistry. You can add choices with a different deadline later, but don’t forget you can only have five choices in total.
- 29 January 2021 for 2021 entry at 18:00 (UK time) – for the majority of courses. (Following UK COVID-19 restriction announcements the deadline for undergraduate applications has been extended from 15 January.)
Applying to study dance and drama at a conservatoire? Your application deadline has also been extended to 29 January. Find out more.
Some course providers require additional admissions tests to be taken alongside the UCAS application, and these may have a deadline. Find out more about these tests.
Check course information in our search tool to see which deadline applies to you.
Apply as soon as possible
Student funding arrangements mean that as offers are made and places fill up, some courses may only have vacancies for students from certain locations. It’s therefore really important that you apply for your chosen courses by the appropriate deadline as not all courses will have places for all students. Find out more.
All applications received after 30 June are entered into Clearing
Missed your deadline?
If you miss out on the main application deadline then you can still apply for any course. We advise you to chat the university up to ask if they have vacancies first – especially for courses with a 15 October deadline, as it’s unusual for them to consider late applications because their courses are really competitive.
- 30 June 2021, 18:00 (UK time) – the final deadline for late applications with course choices
- 21 September 2021, 18:00 (UK time) – you can still apply until this date, but instead of choosing courses, you’ll be entered into ‘Clearing’ – the process universities and colleges use to fill any places they still have on their courses
While the 15 October deadline is usually inflexible, don’t worry if you miss the January deadline.
Many universities and colleges will continue to accept applications from international students until later in the year, nearer the beginning of the course.
Don’t leave it too late though, because if you do get a place, you’ll still need to arrange a visa and your accommodation.
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Part-time students For Atul Chauhan Scholarships
Because part-time study options vary by duration, study mode, and location, you’ll need to contact course providers directly to apply. This way you can discuss your requirements and your experience to see which course provider will be the most suitable for you.
Applying for an apprenticeship?
You can apply for as many apprenticeships as you like, on top of your university applications. It’s more like applying to a job – positions can start at any time of year and application deadlines differ between employers. Head to Career Finder to find vacancies – next to each will be the closing date.
What needs to be done by these dates?
You’ll need to leave enough time to complete your application, resolve any queries and make sure it reaches us by the deadline.
After you find courses and you’re ready to apply, we’ll explain everything in more detail, but here’s a brief overview:
- Fill in your details, qualifications, and course choices.
- Write a personal statement to demonstrate you’ll be a good student.
- Include your reference and pay your application fee.
The application fee is £20 if you’re applying to just one course, or £26 for multiple courses and for late applications sent after 30 June.
How to apply through UCAS Conservatoires
The Scholarships application form must be filled online. You can fill the form or ask someone to guide you via the University online system apply. There are few steps to follow and apply. Below are the steps.
- You can only apply once in a cycle – don’t apply more than once as you won’t receive a refund for further applications.
- Check the application deadlines before you apply – check our search tool to find the date for your courses.
- If you’ve applied in previous cycles and want to apply again, you’ll have to submit a new application.
- There’s quite a bit to fill in, but you don’t need to do it all at once – you can save your application and sign back in at any time.
- There’s help text in our Apply system to give you a steer on what to include.
Register to use Apply for Atul Chauhan Scholarships
- The Atul Chauhan Scholarships Applicants need to add some personal details,
- Choose a username,
- Make sure you create a strong password, and
- Set your security question and answer.
Have you applied before?
You can only apply once in a cycle. Please don’t apply more than once in a cycle, as you can’t receive a refund for further applications.
If you’ve applied in previous cycles and want to apply again, you’ll still have to submit a new application.
Sign in to the welcome screen:
Here you’ll find your Personal ID – quote this if you need to contact us or your conservatoires. In ‘my application’ you add the other information that’s needed.
Fill in the rest of your personal details:
We’ll use these details to let you know about interviews and offers from your choices. You can also give a parent, guardian or adviser nominated access if you’d like them to speak on your behalf.
Fill in some further details:
Nationality, residential category, student support arrangements (how you expect to pay for your tuition fees), any relevant criminal convictions, and any special needs or impairments.
State your previous education:
Enter details of up to five schools, colleges and universities you have most recently attended or are still attending.
Please include any conservatoire junior departments or academies you’ve attended too.
State your previous qualifications:
You must enter all your qualifications – whether you have the result (even any that were ungraded) or you’re still awaiting exams and results.
For course results you’re still waiting for, these are the exam results we’re able to process and forward on to conservatoires. If any of your pending qualifications aren’t on here, you still need to add them to your application, but also remember you’ll need to send the results on to your chosen conservatoires when you get them.
Make your course choices
You can choose up to six courses – in no preference order.
- Conservatoires will be able to see where else you’ve applied, but your choices are listed in no preference order.
- There are study type’ options for music courses, but for other subjects, this will just state ‘Main specialism’.
- Then you can choose from one of the audition locations.
- There’s usually no need to apply for more than one course at any particular conservatoire.
Are you studying music?
If you’re applying for music courses, you might be able to select two instruments if you’d like to.
- Main specialism is just one instrument.
- Joint main specialism is two instruments studied equally.
- Secondary specialism is two instruments – one as your main and one as your secondary.
- Alternative main specialism is giving two options, either of which you’d be happy to study as one main instrument.
Thinking about several courses for the same instrument or discipline?
- If you want to apply for several courses for the same instrument or discipline at the same conservatoire, just mention one of them on your UCAS Conservatoires application.
- Then contact the conservatoire directly to mention your interest in other courses (stating your name and the Personal ID we’ll email you after you’ve submitted your application to us).
Not sure which courses you’re qualified for?
- Firstly you’ll know whether you’re an undergraduate or postgraduate level – depending on whether you’ve previously completed further education or graduated from an undergraduate degree.
- Then you can choose a type of course at that level. They have different entry requirements, so it’s a good idea to contact the conservatoire to check which course they think you should apply for.
- If there’s uncertainty over which will be the most suitable, just apply for the highest level course you’re interested in, then the conservatoire will be able to make a final decision at the audition or interview stage.
- For example, if you’ll be studying at the undergraduate level and you’re not sure if you’ll be qualified for a diploma or a BMus degree, only apply for the BMus degree.
- If you’ll be studying at the postgraduate level and not sure whether to apply for a postgraduate diploma or a master’s degree, only apply for the master’s degree.
Write a personal statement
This is your chance to show conservatoires why you want to study the course and why you’d make a great student. It might take a while until you’re happy with it and you’ve checked it through with teachers, advisers or family, so it’s a good idea to start early.
Get two references
A reference is a written recommendation from a teacher, adviser, or professional who knows you academically.
- You’ll need an academic reference and a practical reference. These must be completed by two different referees. Enter the details of your referees on the application, and send a request to them to complete the reference for you. This will then be attached to your application when you submit it.
- If you are unable to get your references in time, you can proceed without a reference by selecting the relevant tick box in the reference section of your application. You will need to print or download the reference forms and email them to your referees – and they need to send the references to the conservatoires you’re applying to.
- This must be completed by the end of October for music courses, or as soon as possible for courses with other deadlines – check conservatoire websites for specific dates.
Read the declaration
Once you’ve marked all previous sections as complete you’ll be able to read and agree to the declaration – which allows us to process your info and send it to your conservatoires.
Verify your email address
We need you to do this so we can make sure we have your correct email address. Click ‘generate a verification code’ and then enter it on this screen. If your email address is wrong you can go back to amend your personal details.
Can’t see the verification email?
We send it from firstname.lastname@example.org – add this to your list of contacts, and check your junk/spam folder just in case.
If you still haven’t received it, click the link on the ‘verify email’ screen to get another email sent to you. Although if this means you end up with two emails, just use the code from the most recent one.
Pay application and assessment fees
There’s an application fee of £25 for the 2020 cycle, and £26 for the 2021 cycle.
For most courses, you’ll need to attend an audition or interview or send a recording or portfolio to each conservatoire.
- There’s usually a fee for these auditions and assessments – we collect most of these fees at this stage, but in some cases, you’ll need to pay the conservatoire directly.
- When you’re ready to send your application, the Apply system will tell you how much each fee is, and whether you need to pay now or send the fee directly to the conservatoire.
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- Eligible Countries: Applications from all nationalities are accepted.
- Eligible Course: The bursary is available for the undergraduate degree coursework at the university.
- Criteria: To become eligible for the award, applicants must:
- Must have an excellent academic history,
- Must be holding an offer or going to apply at the university.
Application for scholarship Deadline: June 30, 2021
Atul Chauhan Scholarships Official Website: Click here to apply