20% Scholarship on Undergraduate and Postgraduate Degrees
If you were born and live in one of the following countries, you are entitled to a scholarship with the University of Derby Online Learning which will provide a 20% reduction on the full course fees on our online undergraduate and postgraduate degrees:
- Sri Lanka
The scholarship is for new learners and can only be applied if you enrol in January 2018 or May 2018.
List of courses eligible for the 20% scholarship
Examples of savings now available based on 2017/18 course fees:
- BSc (Hons) Business and Management – save £2,700
- BSc (Hons) Computing and IT (top-up) – save £900
- BA (Hons) Accounting and Finance (top-up) – save £900
- MBA Global – save £2,385
- University Advanced Diploma International Hospitality Business Management – save £450
Important: The scholarship only applies to our undergraduate and postgraduate courses which are credit bearing. It does not apply to UDOL CPD/Professional development courses or University of Derby (on-campus) programmes.
How to gain the 20% fee reduction
Have a look at the list of eligible courses above. If you find a course that you wish to apply for then click the orange 'Apply Now' button and complete the application form. The 20% fee reduction will be applied at the point of enrolment and is applicable to full course fees. You will need to provide evidence of residency with your application e.g. photographic ID such as a passport, a copy of your birth certificate and valid proof of your current address (e.g. a utility bill, bank statement or tenancy agreement).
If you need any further assistance or have questions, please speak to an advisor on 01332 594000 or email email@example.com.
Frequently asked questions
How will the scholarship be applied?
The 20% fee reduction will be applied at the point of enrolment and is applicable to full course fees. You will need to provide evidence of residency with your application e.g. photographic ID such as a passport, a copy of your birth certificate and valid proof of your current address (e.g. a utility bill, bank statement or tenancy agreement).
Examples of evidence required are as follows
- A form of photographic identification, (for example a passport) and a copy of your birth certificate
- Valid proof of your address (for example: a utility bill or a bank statement, or a tenancy agreement)
Please complete and submit your application using our online application form and our admissions advisors will confirm if you meet the criteria.
What happens if I’ve already made an application?
If you have already made an application for January or May 2018 then please contact our admissions team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Discovering online learning webinar
Listen to our recording of the Marketing Officer, Lucy Foster and Business Development Manager, Rosy Banwait talking about the basic principles of how online learning works and what you can expect as an online learner with UDOL. You can also learn more about the 20% scholarship on undergraduate and postgraduate degrees with UDOL.