Gain future skills in urban design, AI and data science
Urban Futures Master's Scholarships for UK students
We are offering over 20 scholarships, worth £10,000 each, to UK students joining the Urban Spatial Science MSc and Connected Environments MSc courses at the Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis, University College London (UCL).
Our courses equip you with future skills in urban design, AI and data science to transform the way that cities work. We are ranked #1 in the world for Built Environment studies according to the QS World University Subject Rankings (2023), and located in London - rated the world's best student city.
With funding from UCL and the UK government, our Urban Futures Master's Scholarships are investing in students from under-represented backgrounds to diversify and transform the data science and AI sectors. The £10,000 scholarships can be used by students towards tuition and/or living costs, and are available for students studying either full-time, part-time (over two years) or flexibly (over five years).
- Eligibility for the Urban Futures Master's Scholarship
The Urban Futures scholarships from the UCL Bartlett Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis are part of the Office for Students’ (OfS) nationwide drive to expand access to this dynamic sector for women, students of colour, those with disabilities and those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.
Students must be eligible for a UK Postgraduate Master's Loan (those living full-time in the UK, with a few exceptions).
These master’s scholarships are aimed at those from backgrounds underrepresented in AI and data science. Students belonging to the following groups will be considered, with priority given to the first four groups:Women Black students
A departmental awarding panel of at least three members will be convened, with an external EDI expert provided by the university. Students awarded a Bartlett Promise Scholarship are not eligible for the Urban Futures Master’s Scholarship.
- Students registered disabled
- Students from low socioeconomic backgrounds (household income of less than £42,875)
- Care-experienced students
- Estranged students
- Gypsy, Roma and Traveller students
- Children from military families, veterans and partners of military personnel
Register your interest
Register your interest in the scholarship and our courses to receive updates, invitations to upcoming open days, taster sessions and more. Complete the form below to register your interest in studying with us, selecting your 'Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis' as your subject of interest.