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International - Overview

Here you'll find all you need to know about applying to AUB as an international student.

EU and International Scholarships

We aim to have a diverse student environment with the best creative talent in the UK and have a large number of bursaries and scholarships available. These are awarded for every year of your course, giving you financial support throughout your time studying with us.

We want to make this as a simple process as possible – there are no scholarship application forms to fill out - you'll be automatically considered for all eligible scholarships and bursaries when you complete an application to one of our full-time courses.

If you'd like to discuss any of these financial awards or studying at AUB, get in touch with our International team who will be able to help.

Hear from our Vice Chancellor, Professor Paul Gough

Hear from Professor Paul Gough, Vice Chancellor at AUB as he introduces our new Scholarships and Bursaries for EU and International students.

Scholarships, bursaries and fee-waivers

Scholarships, Bursaries and Fee-Waivers are financial awards, designed to help you afford your Undergraduate, Postgraduate or Foundation Diploma. Explore our options below.

International Vice Chancellor Scholarships

Receive up to £15,000 to support your studies at AUB.

Our Vice Chancellor Scholarships are awarded to recognise and support creative talent within the global student community.

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AUB Progression Bursaries

Progression bursaries of up to £9,000.

Bursaries are available to support all international AUB students who progress to an additional course or level with us.

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Early Payment Fee Waiver

Receive up to £4,500 off your tuition fees with our Early Payment Fee Waiver.

Early payment fee waivers are available to all international students for every year of their studies, who are not awarded an AUB bursary or scholarship.

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Our International Team is here to guide you through the process of becoming an AUB student from the start to the end of your course
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Your Country/Region

Coming to AUB from an international country can be confusing, but our country representatives are here to give you a helping hand
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English Language

We offer a range of English Language support for international students, both in preparation for and during their time at AUB
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Visas and immigration

If you are coming to study at AUB and need to apply for a student visa, here's everything you need to know
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We're running course webinar lead course leaders talking about their relevant course, include our foundation, undergraduate and postgraduate
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Contact us

Please contact the International team if you have any concerns about studying in the UK