Loughborough campus: all Academic Schools / departments (except Sport and Design School) offer 25% scholarship for international students who achieve a first class degree or overseas equivalent
Students with exceptional school or college grades (or predicted grades) may be offered this award on the basis of their initial application and will be advised of this with their offer of a place.
London campus: 20% Excellence scholarship for...
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Robert Primrose Wilson (born 30 October 1941) is a former Scotland...Robert Primrose Wilson (born 30 October 1941) is a former Scotland international football goalkeeper and later broadcaster.As a player, Wilson was most noted for his 11-year playing career at Arsenal where he made over 300 appearances. Wilson as well featured as a youth and senior international for Scotland.
Established: 1966Loughborough University is a public research university in the East Midlands of England. In March 2013, the University announced it had acquired the former broadcast centre at the Queen Elizabeth II Olympic park which it plans to open as a second campus in 2015. It is among the country’s leading universities – consistently ranked among the top 20 in the UK. It has been a university since 1966, but the institution dates back to 1909 when the then Loughborough Technical Institute began with a focus on skills and knowledge which would be directly applicable in the wider world. Loughborough ranks particularly highly for Engineering and Technology and is noted for its sports-related courses and achievements. Loughborough University has extensive links with employers providing students placement and future employer opportunities. It has an internationally awarded Employment and Careers Centre, providing the largest number of placement opportunities for engineering students among all UK universities. It also organises 3 campus-based employer fairs, which regularly break UK employer fair record. We also have a dedicated international careers advisor, providing visa and work eligibility advice for students and developing job opportunities for our graduates internationally. Each year, the University holds 2 graduation ceremonies for our students. Our alumni office regularly organise alumni gatherings and events in different countries, providing the opportunity for graduates to keep in touch with their schoolmates and the University’s latest developments.
Undergraduate: A grade C in GCSE English Language and Mathematics or an equivalent level in an alternative UK qualification. A higher level of achievement may be required for some courses. Details of any additional GCSE requirements are included in the relevant course entry requirements.
Postgraduate: Loughborough University recognises a wide range of first degrees from the UK, Republic of Ireland and universities around the world. For some programmes Loughborough University-approved academic requirements for corporate membership of a British chartered professional institution are also acceptable. Please check the programme in which you are interested in for any specific entry qualifications.