GREAT Scholarships 2020 - China & Thailand

This year, in partnership with the British Council and the GREAT Britain Campaign, Bangor University are offering 2 scholarships to students in China and Thailand applying for postgraduate courses in all subjects. 

This scholarship scheme is part of the “GREAT Scholarships 2020” campaign, which has been launched by the British Council together with 36 UK universities to support more students in China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Turkey to access excellent UK higher education opportunities.

The total value of the scholarship programme is over £800K and offers an exciting opportunity for students from China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Turkey to get financial support to pursue postgraduate study in the UK. Students can apply for courses in a range of subjects, at the 36 institutionsacross England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland

Scholarship Amount:


Number of Scholarships:

2 scholarships are available under this scheme

Eligible Countries:


Study Level:

Postgraduate Taught - all subject areas for September 2020


  • You must have a Mainland China or Thailand passport
  • Hold an offer from Bangor University for a Masters programme starting in September 2020, click here to apply
  • Meet the English language requirement of the UK Higher Education

How to apply?

Step 1: Check your eligibility. You MUST have received an offer letter from Bangor University.
Step 2: Complete the GREAT scholarship application form.  (application form will be uploaded shortly).
Step 3: Send the completed application form along with a copy of your offer letter from Bangor University to Kerry Marie Jones at: by the 1st May 2020.


Applications for the GREAT scholarship must be received by 1st May, 2020. All applicants will be notified shortly after the 29th May if they have been successful or not. Once notified, the successful applicants will have one week to accept the scholarship, or it will be offered to another qualified applicant.


The scholarship winners will be required to stay at university provided accommodation only.


Kerry Marie Jones, 
Senior Clerical Officer,