Sports Scholarship Scheme, University of Kent, UK

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The University of Kent is committed to delivering sporting excellence and is proud to offer scholarships to students with outstanding sporting ability.The amount to be offered will be determined by the University Sports Scholarship Committee. Each case will be considered on its own merit and the decision of the Committee is final.

The Sports Scholarship Committee is led by Sports Development Manager Mel Clewlow who has over 250 international Hockey caps and has played in two Olympic Games (Sydney and Beijing).She brings a wealth of experience to the scheme and is able to mentor our scholars and inspire them to greater things.

Whose Eligible?
Scholarships are available to elite sportsmen and women from any sport who compete (at least) at county level or equivalent and are committed to representing the University of Kent and preferably play for a Canterbury club.

We consider undergraduate and postgraduate applicants, as well as current students. It is not necessary to wait for an offer of a place before submitting your application, however the offer of a scholarship does not carry with it the offer of a place.

What’s Included?
There are many benefits to receiving a University of Kent Sports Scholarship. These include:

  • Financial Support of between £250-£5,000 to cover equipment, physiotherapy, travel etc.
  • Free Sports membership
  • Fitness programmes
  • Monitored fitness testing
  • Sports advice and guidance
  • Weekly supervised workouts

How to apply?
Applications for the 2011/12 academic year are now being accepted.

Download Sports Scholarship application form

Email the completed form to

If you have a question about the Scholarship Scheme, that hasn’t been answered on these pages, please contact us

One comment on “Sports Scholarship Scheme, University of Kent, UK

  1. hi i’m really interest to sport. any sports but i most love softball. please gimme more information about this scholarship. best regrads


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