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- tuition fee reduction
Students who have graduated from one of their Study Abroad Partner Institutions and are applying to a postgraduate award at UEA for September 2023 will be automatically awarded the UEA Study Abroad Partner Award.
The award is worth £4,000 and will form a deduction from your UEA tuition fees, in line with terms and conditions.
- Graduate of a current UEA Study Abroad Partner.
- This award cannot be held in conjunction with any other UEA award or scholarship.
Study experience required
This scholarship will be confirmed automatically shortly after your offer is made. For Health Science students studying a two year programme, this award will be made in the first year of your course only.
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