Benefit from unique fee reduction annual 2018 scholarships
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Clearing 2018 – call 0208 332 8330
What is Clearing?
Clearing is part of the UCAS application process. If you’re looking to join university in 2018, Clearing is an ideal way to find the right course for you.
You can apply through Clearing if:
- You didn’t receive an offer or you didn’t accept any of your offers
- You didn’t meet the entry criteria of your offers
If you have found yourself unplaced or re-considering your options, the first thing you need to know is that it isn’t complicated and our admissions team is here to help and guide you.
We have limited places available for September 2018 start, contact us today to discuss your application. Check the course listings below.
Our contact options are open Mon – Wed 9:00 am – 5:00pm; Thu – Fri 8:00 am – 7:00 pm
As a private US university, we can offer you so much more. If you start in 2018 you will benefit from:
- A scholarship that reduces your course fee each year, saving £3,085 per year*, which reduces your fee debt over the duration of your studies
- UK & US degree in one
- More teaching hours than equivalent UK university programmes
- 2 campus experiences in London – you will study in two of London’s most desirable locations – Richmond & Kensington
- Extensive Internship and Study Abroad Opportunities
* Terms & Conditions apply
Scholarships for UK/EU Students
If you are eligible, Richmond offers Scholarships that can be combined with Student Finance England loans, or other sources of personal funding, to pay your remaining tuition balance or balance due for on-campus accommodation and your meal plan.
Chancellor’s Plus 2018 Scholarship
Name of Scholarship
Chancellor’s Plus Scholarship for Sept 2018 entry only
Terms and Conditions: 1.Continuation of the Chancellor’s Scholarship after the first year is conditional on the student achieving a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 from the previous academic year, remaining in good standing and making a positive contribution to University life. 2.The government is currently reviewing fees in the UK, and the Chancellors Plus Scholarship is based upon giving students a reduction of their fees by a third. As students continue after the first year, if fees are reduced by the review, the University will continue to offer its scholarship at a third of the fee. 3.Chancellor’s Plus Scholarship does not pertain to RIASA programmes; BA International Sports Management with Football (Leeds) and BA International Sports Management with Football (London)
The Richmond Private University Difference
Chancellor's Plus 2018 Scholarship
SFE tuition loan
£6, 165 p.a.
The total debt from start of loan to the end of programme
The difference (after 4 years)
£2,606.44 less debt
Many UK/EU students at Richmond University – study over 3.5 years, so the debt could be even lower
Terms and Conditions: 1.The SFE calculation does not include other scholarships from other Universities, however, Richmond University offers its scholarship on an annual basis. 2.The loan is charged at 6.1% per month from the start of your degree to the end on a monthly basis of the outstanding amount. 3.The final calculation is based on 48 months and 36 months comparison, it is acknowledged that Universities will vary with start and completion times.
Funding Your Undergraduate Studies UK and EU Nationals
The student finance information provided on this page is for UK and European Union nationals. You can explore three source of funding for undergraduate study. You may be able combine your funding from a combination of sources.
- Student Finance England Loans
- Richmond Scholarships (Need and Merit Based)
- Private Educational Loan (Future Finance)
We recommend that you explore your funding option as early as possible. The Student Finance Calculator will help you determine what funds for which you may be eligible. Please see the tabs below for the various funding options.
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Employers today look for the right skills rather than the right major.
Your Liberal Arts degree from Richmond University provides you with key transferable skills – written and verbal communication, problem solving, cultural sensitivity, and flexibility to work in a complex and dynamic environment.
Alongside your major you can also choose to study a minor (a smaller specialisation).
This allows you to diversify your degree, specialising in more than one area of study.
Indeed some students elect to ‘double major’, taking two subjects as major specialisms.
You do not have to choose your specialisation at the point of entry.
In the freshman (first) year, students typically study across a variety of subjects, prior to confirming their main area of study (major) later in the programme.