What is the Aviva Scholarship?
A pathway to a prestigious education, a recognition for your achievements, a head start in your future career, and an experience of a lifetime.
Set up by the UK`s leading insurer Aviva in partnership with 11 universities, exclusively for Aviva customers in Asia. We aim to support outstanding students to pursue undergraduate and postgraduate education in the UK, and to experience life and culture in the place we call home.
For those who want to strive for the highest academic standards, and gain a broader world perspective, this is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss.
Why choose the Aviva Scholarship?
Prestigious financial institution-backed international programme as initiated by the UK’s largest insurer, Aviva – the only such scheme offered by British insurers.
Multi-university programme applicable to a broad range of courses, to allow for maximum flexibility in your academic pursuits.
Potential summer internships with Aviva, career counselling, and opportunities to be considered for our Global Graduate Programme.
How to apply
Submit UCAS or direct-to-university application
Determine eligibility – Are you/your parents Aviva customers?
Complete online application
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City, University of London
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University of Bristol
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University of Kent
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