The University of Aberdeen Scholarships 2022 is open for international students to apply online.
International Scholarships Available
The University of Aberdeen is delighted to offer a new suite of scholarships for self-funded international Master’s students. Eligible international students registering for on-campus programmes, who don’t receive a scholarship from elsewhere, could receive a University of Aberdeen scholarship worth £2,000. Students from some countries may be eligible for further funding.
Other Funding Available
The University has confirmed that it will meet the cost of managed quarantine (a maximum of £1750) for our international students* (new and returning) traveling to engage in on-campus learning who are from a UK travel red-list country (the country where you were located when you applied to study at the University of Aberdeen’s UK campus).
There are a number of scholarships designed for all students both in the UK and internationally, including the University of Aberdeen alumni discount. We offer a 20% discount on the full cost of a taught postgraduate programme and one year of a full-time research programme to all applicants how have completed a full degree programme at the University of Aberdeen. Other criteria and terms apply.
Please provide your contact details to check your scholarship eligibility and we will be in touch with further information about this programme, including fees and course content.
How to Apply for the University of Aberdeen Scholarships 2022
Applications for full-time undergraduate degree programmes at Aberdeen are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). You apply online to UCAS and can ask your schools or college for advice and guidance.
If you are applying for a part-time degree and are a non-graduating or visiting student, you apply directly to us.
The deadline to complete your application for Medicine and Dentistry is 6 pm (UK time) on 15 October. For all other degrees, we guarantee that all applications submitted to us by 6 pm (UK time) on the last Wednesday in January will receive equal consideration.
Your UCAS application will then be sent to our Admissions team where our staff will assess it. You will receive an acknowledgment email from us. Use your UCAS Hub Account to keep up to date with the progress of your application and reply to your offers.
Education, Medicine and Music interviews
If you have applied for an Education, Medicine, or Music programme, you may be called for an interview.
An invitation will be sent directly from us by email.
University of Aberdeen Scholarships 2022 Application Process
Applications for full-time undergraduate degree programmes at Aberdeen – as to other UK universities – are made through the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The exceptions are for part-time degrees, and non-graduating or visiting students, who apply direct to the University.
You apply online to UCAS and schools and colleges can provide advice and guidance. If you wish to contact UCAS from outside the UK, you can write to them at the address provided, or you can visit their website. UCAS expects to receive most applications electronically through Apply. This electronic system contains the most up-to-date course information, is quicker to use, and, as you are using the Internet, you can complete your application anytime.
Your completed application should be submitted (preferably via Apply) to UCAS with the applicant’s fee. If you wish to apply for only one course at one institution, a reduced price applies. For all applicants, there are instructions on the UCAS website to make it as easy as possible for you to fill in your online application, plus help text where appropriate.
You may apply to up to five institutions on the full-price UCAS application. You should list your choices in the order in which they appear in the Handbook. Applicants for Medicine, Dentistry or Veterinary Science should list no more than four such courses in their five choices.
Although admission at Aberdeen is to a degree and not to a particular Department or subject, you should still enter your preferred degree programme title and UCAS code in your UCAS application. However, in most cases it is easy to change your degree preference after you have begun your degree.
Please note, UCAS has a variety of application deadlines in place that vary between courses and providers. You can find more information on the UCAS website, or by visiting our ‘How to apply’ page.
Your school or college will provide you with full assistance on how to use Apply. For information, the contact details for UCAS are:
New Barn Lane
Gloucestershire GL52 3ZA
Tel from within the UK: 0371 468 0468
Tel from outside the UK: +44 330 333 0230
UCAS Code: A20, The University of Aberdeen
Short Code: ABRDN
Check out our wide range of programmes on offer at the University of Aberdeen. Remember to check the entry requirements and the application process, so you know exactly what is required to apply for this programme.
Register with UCAS and complete your application
We will be in touch, in most cases soon after the application deadline, to tell you if you have been made an offer (conditional or unconditional) or have been unsuccessful. If you are invited to interview, this will precede any offer of admission.
If you receive an offer, you will be invited to attend our Offer Holder Day (usually in early spring). You can explore our campus, meet current students and find out more about the subjects you are interested in. This is a great opportunity to find out what it is like to study with us and become part of the Aberdeen family.