International Ambassador Scholarships
The International Ambassador Scholarship recognises and provides financial support for outstanding students who wish to act as ambassadors for the University of West London.
For applicants applying to start in September 2015 we are offering 100 scholarships worth up to £5,000.
Students are eligible to apply for the scholarship if they have been offered a place to study on a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate course at the University of West London, commencing in September 2015. Please note, the International Ambassador Scholarship provides a discount against the cost of tuition for the first year of study only.
You can apply for our International Ambassador Scholarships by completing a scholarship application form (158 kb).
- The deadline for applications for September 2015 is 5pm on Friday 17 July 2015.
Please save this form to your computer before completing it. Once completed, please save and e-mail your completed application form to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are unable to save a completed version of the form, you may not have the required software. If this is the case, please print off the form and scan the completed application to email@example.com.
International Ambassadors will be active representatives of the University. They will be expected to participate in current and future promotional activities, and as such, will be interviewed and photographed by our marketing department.
The scholar will also contribute from time to time in the promotion of the University of West London by supporting events organised for scholars and by the International Office.
Previous successful applicants
Successful applicants included students from Colombia, Kenya, China, Nepal and Sri Lanka.
'The scholarship has been so helpful for me. I have a family so it makes a big difference to my life. It is a generous scholarship scheme.'
Ade Soda, Nigeria
'The International Ambassador Scholarship has made a big difference to my life. It reduces the financial burden, but most importantly, it makes me and my family proud.'
Syed Faysal, Bangladesh