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Thames Valley University
The London School of Tourism, Hospitality & Leisure
|Address||St. Mary's Road, Ealing, London W5 5RF|
|Tel. No.|| + 44(0) 20 8231 2180 |
|Fax No.||+44 (0) 20 8231 2360|
|Course titles|| Undergraduate courses|
Post Graduate courses
|Type of courses||All courses are available full time & part time|
Thames Valley University supports mass participation in higher education as a contribution to equality and social justice, The University aims to become a student-driven institution, committed primarily to teaching and learning and playing a major part in the educational, cultural and economic life of the region. It will support these policies by developing and sustaining partnerships with other organisations and providers in the public, private and voluntary sectors.
You will need at least £8000 per annum to live in the London area. This would cover accommodation, food, transport and other necessities of student life. Couples will need £12,000 and people with children will need to budget to pay for them.
We strongly advise you to talk to your local British Council for more information about living expenses in the UK.
The Overseas Student Scholarship Scheme
TVU recognizes the burden that the overseas tuition fee places on some students. The Board of Governors has agreed that the Overseas Student Scholarship Committee may distribute a number of major and minor awards. Scholarships are awarded annually in May of each year for the following academic year. To be eligible you must be enrolled at Thames Valley University on any programme, except in the final year of a full-time programme, and be required to pay overseas tuition fees.
The Scholarship Committee will consider applicants firstly in terms of academic performance and secondly on financial need. In view of the small number of such scholarships available, only those students who can demonstrate real hardship are advised to apply.
You can get an application form from Student Services and return it by 1 May for the following academic year. Late applications are not normally considered.
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