Free tuition at the Open University is being provided to 50 handicapped veterans who were hurt while serving their country through scholarships made accessible by St. Hugh’s College and administered by The Disabled Veterans’ Scholarships Fund in the United Kingdom.
One of the largest institutions in the UK dedicated to undergraduate education, St. Hugh’s College-Open University Disabled Veterans’ Scholarships is a public distance learning and research university.
The ability to communicate effectively in English is essential for academic success if English is not your first language.
Type of Award: Financial aid is provided for college studies at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
No tuition will be needed of students in this academic area.
Benefits of the St. Hugh’s College-Open University Disabled Veterans’ Scholarships include full tuition waivers for an undergraduate or graduate degree program of up to 360 credits (or four years) and no more than £18,000.
For the 2018-2019 school year, 50 scholarships will be awarded.
Disabled veterans of any country are welcome to apply.
You must fulfill all of the following requirements in order to apply for the scheme:
the 2018-2019 school year is a great time to begin your studies at OU.
In order to qualify for a UK fee, you must.
has a disability related to or sustained while serving in the military.
If English is not your first language, you will need to demonstrate proficiency in order to continue your education.
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Date for submission of applications: August 1, 2018
Instructions for Submission of an Application:
St. Hugh’s College-Open University Disabled Veterans’ Scholarship applicants must first secure a place in their desired module(s) of study for the upcoming academic year before submitting an application.
The next step is to get your hands on an application, fill it out, and mail it back with your credentials attached.
To get started with the application process, visit the Online Application and visit the Scholarship Link for further information.