Lamport Hall Preservation Trust Scholarship will support UK students to study at ISH
4 March 2022
We’re pleased to announce Lamport Hall Preservation Trust has funded a scholarship for UK students in financial need to study Data Science for Cultural Heritage MSc.
UCL Institute for Sustainable Heritage is pleased to announce a new scholarship awarded the Lamport Hall Preservation Trust, available to students looking to study Data Science for Cultural Heritage MSc in the 2022/23 academic year.
The scholarship is available to support a UK student in financial need to study the programme full-time, part-time or flexibly, valued at £20,000 to cover fees, with remaining funds available as a stipend for living costs.
Professor May Cassar, CBE, and Director of the UCL Institute of Sustainable Heritage, said:
“The generosity and trust of Lamport Hall Preservation Trust in supporting the development of the first generation of heritage data scientists and their ability to address some of the most contemporary and challenging issues in heritage management and conservation, are deeply appreciated by ISH.
Dr Josep Grau Bove, Programme lead for Data Science for Cultural Heritage MSc said:
“We are very excited to partner with Lamport Hall on this scholarship. It demonstrates the value of data science to the heritage sector. The scholarship will give a student an opportunity to join our ground breaking course and apply data science to solve demanding problems in heritage management and conservation.