UCL offers a range of financial awards aimed at assisting prospective and current, undergraduate and postgraduate, students with their studies.
For further information on scholarships currently available, please see the UCL Scholarships page.
In addition, the following sources of funding are available specifically for students in the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, or for students in the Bartlett School of Planning:
Bartlett School of Planning Research Fellowships
Two Post-doctoral Research Fellowships are being offered at the Bartlett School of Planning (BSP), UCL, in support of the School’s research priorities and strategy. BSP is a leading centre of research and teaching in planning, urban design, and related fields and has a robust track-record of working with policy-makers, public and private sector practitioners, and voluntary and community organisations. The Post-doctoral Fellowships are intended to provide early career researchers – who have successfully defended a PhD in Planning or a related discipline on or after 1 May 2020 and who have not held a previous full-time university position – with a ‘first post’ opportunity and a chance to contribute to the research priorities of the School.
- Post start date: 1st September 2022
- Deadline to apply: 26th May 2022
Bartlett Travel Awards
There are a number of Bartlett travel awards and scholarships for which all current Bartlett undergraduate students can apply. These include:
- Herbert Henry Bartlett Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to anywhere in the world
- Owings Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to the USA
- Maggie Scruton Memorial Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to France
- Richard Llewellyn-Davies Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to anywhere in the world
The deadline for this award is usually early May and further details can be obtained from the Bartlett Professional Studies Office.
The Bartlett Promise Scholarship
The Bartlett Promise is a long-term project to attract students from a broader range of backgrounds to tackle the lack of diversity in the built environment. The scholarships will cover students’ fees, living and study costs for the duration of their degree programmes. Recipients will also receive mentoring, personal support and careers advice throughout their studies.
Applicants must have an offer from a Bartlett master’s programme. You can find all the information for application to the Bartlett Promise for 2023-24 programmes in the links below:
Bartlett Promise UK Master’s – deadline 31 May 2023 at 23:45 BST (opens 1 March 2023)
Bartlett Promise Sub-Saharan Africa Master’s – deadline 31 March 2023 at 23:BST (opens 15 February 2023)
UCL Masters Alumni Bursary
UCL's Masters Alumni Bursary aims to enable and encourage those from low-income backgrounds, who have gained a UCL undergraduate degree, to pursue full-time Master's degree studies at UCL. Full details and eligibility criteria are available via UCL's Scholarships and Funding page.