The University of East London (UEL), England, is seeking to recruit female high performance soccer players for September 2017.
We are looking for applications across all playing positions and we are particularly interested in those looking to study in postgraduate education.
Our world class facilities played host to the US Olympic and Paralympic team during London 2012, and are located 15 minutes from the Olympic Park. UEL provides one of the leading university sport programmes in the UK.
UEL has 7 schools of study and details of all the current undergraduate and postgraduate courses available can be found via our website (www.uel.ac.uk/study).
Applicants must secure their place to study before being awarded an athletic scholarship.
The successful applicant will receive a reduced tuition fee of between £10500 and £5500. Exceptional applicants may receive additional funding based on ability. All successful applicants will have access to the US federal aid loan system.
There are no restrictions on eligibility, regardless of how many years an athlete has competed in the NCAA.
More information on the scholarship programme can be found here.
To be eligible for a scholarship you must have experience in NCAA Division 1-3/NAIA competition. Applicants must have a GPA of 2.4 or equivalent in a subject related to their chosen area of study. This is a competitive application process and scholarships are awarded to the strongest candidates first. For more information please contact the UEL High Performance Team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
With over 28,000 students from 120 countries worldwide, the University of East London(UEL) is one of the UK’s most diverse and fastest growing universities.
UEL is located in the heart of east London, across three campuses. Stratford, our historic home, was in the global spotlight when it hosted the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Docklands, the site of our second, ultra-modern campus is also home the O2 arena, Canary Wharf and many other symbols of modern, multicultural London.