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The Bartlett Promise Scholarship 2023/2024 for Sub-Saharan African Students


Summary


The Bartlett Promise represents a long-term commitment to attract and support students from a broader range of backgrounds to study at The Bartlett in order to tackle the lack of diversity in the built environment sector. The scholarships cover fees, living and study costs for scholars, as well as professional and personal support and career advice for the duration of their programme. Now in its second year, the scheme currently supports 21 UK undergraduates, 13 Masters and 4 Ph.D. students with help from our valued donors Jestico + Whiles, Derwent London and the Aziz Foundation.


Benefit:


Full overseas tuition fees, an allowance to cover living and study expenses (£15,364) for the normal duration of the programme at UCL, a flight to/from the UK, UK Study Visa costs, English language assessment costs, health test costs, master’s programme application fee costs and the NHS health supplement charge in the UK. All Promise scholars will also receive ongoing academic and career support during their studies.


Eligibility:


For The Bartlett Promise Sub-Saharan African scholarship, candidates must:

  • be a national of one of The Bartlett’s approved list 2 of Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries and resident in an eligible SSA country

  • must not hold a British or dual British citizenship

  • have an offer of admission to a Bartlett master’s programme for study in 2023/24, which is either unconditional or conditional only on the English language

  • be in financial need as assessed by UCL 3

In addition to these, candidates should ideally also meet at least one of the additional criteria:

  • be a forced migrant4

  • be the first generation in the family to attend university at the undergraduate level

  • be the first generation in the family to attend university at the postgraduate level


Deadline:


30th April 2023


Click here for more details.


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