Scholarships and awards
A significant number of UCL graduate students are in receipt of funding provided by UCL and its academic units, the UK Research Councils, the British Government, various charitable foundations, international governments and organisations, as well as commerce and industry.
Competition for all scholarship funding is intense, and where scholarships are primarily awarded on the basis of academic excellence, applicants are normally required to have or to expect to achieve the equivalent of a first-class UK Bachelor’s degree.
International students should initially contact their local British Council office, British Embassy, British High Commission or their own Ministry of Education for general advice on funding available for study in Britain.
Scholarships are allocated primarily on the basis of academic merit, achievement and potential, although they may take into consideration financial circumstances. A comprehensive overview of funding opportunities, including details of eligibility requirements, value and benefits, application procedures and deadlines, selection criteria and contact information for specific funding schemes for study and research at UCL is provided on the website at www.ucl.ac.uk/scholarships/graduate.
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