IUBH University of Applied Science Scholarship, 2021 is offered for Bachelors, Masters, MBA degree in the field of Engineering, Marketing, Business, Computer Science, and IT. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 30 Apr 2021. This scholarship is provided by IUBH University of Applied Sciences and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, up to 80% on tuition fees . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationalities (except Germany, Switzerland, and Austria).
IUBH makes careers in a global environment possible and welcomes students from all over the world. IUBH University of Applied Sciences has initiated IUBH Online Scholarship Initiative, 2021 program for various courses to provide flexible study models that helps students to learn the way they want to with inclusive asscessbility despite the location. IUBH provides quality programmes for Bachelor, Master, and MBA degrees, with a whole new approach. They have established campuses for students who want to complete their studies on site but also offer full programmes online for distance learning.
Benefits of the IUBH Online Scholarship Initiative, 2021:
Depending on applicants background, region, academic achievements, there are many scholarships that applicants might be eligible for. Scholarship percentages vary for each individual situation.
Value of the IUBH Online Scholarship Initiative, 2021:
IUBH Online Scholarship Initiative offers up to 80% scholarship on various online courses to successful applicants.
The application for a scholarship is an additional application process which you will pursue after you have successfully applied for a place to study.
By accepting the scholarship, you commit yourself to fulfilling the requirements of the university and to engage yourself as a dedicated and successful student at the IUBH. An additional scholarship interview will take place with the candidates and the Campus Management and/or the faculty. The university reserves the right to revoke scholarships which have been awarded should the above-mentioned expectations no longer be met or in case there is a risk that the degree will not be completed within the standard period of study.