Undergraduate / PGDE South Asia Scholarship

Undergraduate / PGDE South Asia Scholarship


Please note, this scholarship is only available for Aberdeen campus students.

The University of Aberdeen is delighted to offer the Undergraduate / PGDE South Asia Scholarship to students from Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, and the Maldives starting in August or September 2024. This is a £5,000 tuition fee discount available to eligible self-funded undergraduate / PGDE students ordinarily resident in one of the listed countries. The scholarship will apply to every year of study of the programme.

The scholarship is open to self-funded full-time on campus International fees students registering for on-campus undergraduate / PGDE programmes (with the exception of Medicine), who don’t receive either an externally funded scholarship or any other University of Aberdeen scholarships (excluding awards made by the University of Aberdeen Development Trust).

This scholarship is available to those who commence their studies in August or September 2024 and will apply for the full duration of their studies.

Application Procedure

Please note that you do not need to apply separately for this scholarship. Your application for study will be automatically checked for eligibility for the scholarship when you apply. All eligible students will receive the scholarship as a fee discount, and your scholarship will be included in your Offer on UCAS and in your Certificate of Acceptance to Study (CAS) letter for your visa.

There is no deadline as no application is required for this scholarship, beyond the normal applications deadlines for international students (30th June 2024) commencing their studies in August or September 2024. However, please check that you have firmly accepted an unconditional offer of study with us and that you have sent us confirmation of your self-funding arrangements.

We look forward to welcoming you to Aberdeen.


Available until further notice.

Further Info

If you have any queries about this scholarship, please contact Francesca Casci, our Regional Manager for South Asia: francesca.casci@abdn.ac.uk


  • Afghanistan
  • Bangladesh
  • Bhutan
  • India
  • Maldives
  • Nepal
  • Pakistan
  • Sri Lanka