Information on scholarships available to IEDE students.
Before contacting a potential supervisor you should consider how you will fund your studies, by:
- supporting yourself
- identifying and applying for studentships and scholarships
- industrial scholarships
The Bartlett also offers a small amount of competitive Postgraduate Teaching Assistantships for current PhD students. PhD and EngD students in their second and third year will be eligible to apply. The Bartlett School of Environment Energy and Resources (BSEER) also offers teaching opportunities on our postgraduate programmes.
Please see the UCL money pages for information about fees payable for University tuition, sources of funding and scholarship opportunities at the University.
What funding is available?
If you can’t fund yourself, the following options may be available:
- London-Loughborough Centre for Doctoral Training in Energy Demand studentships are available for eligible candidates each year.
- A small number of industry-sponsored studentships may be available on specific topics. These are usually advertised on the institute websites and the UCL Vacancies page.
- UCL Scholarships – visit the UCL Graduate Scholarships pages for more information. You should already have received an offer when you apply for this funding and nominations can only be made by BSEER.
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UCL offers a range of financial awards to assist both prospective and current students with their studies.
You must have received and accepted your offer before the stated deadline to be eligible.
The UCL Student Funding Office can also certify documentation for American and Canadian students for federal loan applications.
For more information, visit the UCL Scholarships and Funding website or email us.
Individual programmes and sections of The Bartlett sometimes offer advice and/or funding for particular programmes or subject areas. This is provided on the relevant programme page.
For more information, please contact the programme director.