Scholarships & Awards
Below is a list of available scholarships for 2019 entry. This list will be updated as new scholarships are confirmed, so do remember to check back from time to time.
Tony Snowdon Scholarship
Eligible Programmes: All MA Programmes
Targeting students with physical and sensory difficulties this scholarship is open for 2019 entry. Full details of this significant scholarship can be found here.
The Liu Ling Scholarship
Eligible Programmes: MA Service Design
This is available to candidates with an international-rate fee status entering the MA Service Design programme in September 2019. Applications are via invitation and the shortlist will be based on candidates who demonstrate outstanding academic potential during the Entry Examination process. Candidates will also need to demonstrate clear financial need. Apply for the MA Service Design course before the end of April 2019 in order to be considered for this award. The scholarship covers full international-rate tuition fees and also provides a substantial contribution towards living costs.
Heveningham Concours Scholarship
Eligible Programmes: MA Intelligent Mobility
Available to UK/EU and International candidates this scholarship can provide a substantial tuition fee bursary and in some cases living cost contributions. Applications are via invitation and the shortlist will be based on candidates who demonstrate outstanding academic potential during the Entry Examination process. Candidates will also need to demonstrate clear financial need. Apply for the MA Intelligent Mobility before the end of April 2019 in order to be considered.
How to Apply
Applicants are generally shortlisted by the scholarship panel using one or more of the following criteria:
- the strength of your RCA application
- financial need
- academic promise
- your portfolio.
As our scholarships are extremely competitive and limited in number, selection is usually by invitation only. Unless otherwise stated, shortlists are usually drawn up using academic feedback from programme applications, with only the very best applicants being contacted. Shortlisted students will be contacted by the scholarships team via email and invited to apply, which often involves submitting a CV, personal statement and a financial impact questionnaire. If you have not been invited to apply before your offer-acceptance deadline, please presume you were not successful. Shortlisting varies depending on the scheme but usually takes place in early spring. As opportunities are limited, students are asked to make their preparations on the assumption that they will need to pay for the Programme privately via alternative means.
If successful, the scholarship recipient must meet the terms and conditions of the award in order to continue to receive the scholarship for the duration of study.
Scholarships are awarded for a specific Programme and entry point and cannot be deferred without consent from the academic Programme and scholarships panel.
No correspondence will be entered into regarding the reasons for their decision.
No appeal is allowed, as once scholarships are awarded, all available funds have been committed.
If you're unsuccessful in being shortlisted for a scholarship, there are various funding options available to help postgraduate students with their studies, including loans and scholarships. For more information, see External Funding.
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