There are 7 Undergraduate Scholarships open to new students for 2010-2011. The scholarships available each year for first year UK students, based on academic achievement and financial need:
- The Worshipful Company of Saddlers Bursary; There are two of these bursaries for students completing post-16 education in Islington before coming to City University London. They are worth £1,000 each, paid each year of the course following successful progression
- The Worshipful Company of Needlemakers Award; This award is open to any first year UK undergrad to apply for, and is worth £1,000
- The Shirley Robson Memorial Prize; This £1,000 award is open to UK Music students about to commence any year of the undergraduate program.
- City Future Fund Scholarships; These £1,000 awards are open to first year UK undergraduate students on any full-time course. One award is for Engineering students only.
Undergraduate Scholarship applications are now open for 2010-2011, please download the application form and return to:
Student Centre Level 2
City University London
Applications close 5:00PM Friday, 15 October, 2010.
All scholarship and prize recipients will be invited to attend the awards ceremony to be held on the 18th January 2011.
- Music Scholarships, City University London, UK
- The Dean’s Scholarships for Academic and Clinical Excellence, City University London, UK
- Doctoral Research Studentship, City University London, UK
- University Doctoral Studentships, City University London, UK
- PhD Studentships, Cass Business School, City University London, UK
- PhD Studentships in Film and Media, Bradford Media School, University of Bradford, UK
- Undergraduate Engineering International Scholarships 2010, University of Sheffield, UK
- Master Scholarships, University of the Arts London International Graduate Scholarships, UK
- The Cecil Lewis Sculpture Scholarships 2010 / 2011, University of the Arts London, UK
- Biomedical Engineering Scholarship, King’s College London, UK
Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently.