The Bartlett School of Planning


RTPI offers funding opportunity to new students in 2023-24

30 May 2023

The Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) has provided the grant funding for the RTPI's Future Planners Bursary 2023 (England).

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The RTPI will be offering 58 Future Planners bursaries to a selection of students who choose to enrol on a fully accredited planning Masters in England for the academic year 2023-2024. The aim of the bursary is to encourage and convert diverse talent and graduates passionate about planning from a variety of related disciplines and under-represented backgrounds to study a fully accredited Planning Masters in this coming academic year. The bursary goes towards the cost of studies for the academic year 2023-2024

To be considered for a bursary applicants will need to meet the eligibility criteria detailed in the below form and submit a short blog/ vlog( no more than 500 words) clearly articulating the following:

  • your interest in planning and why you are pursuing this career (this could include current challenges that affect planning and for the future);
  • why you believe that you deserve the bursary (this could include resilience to overcome specific issues encountered in pursuit of education);
  • any evidence of relevant work experience

The deadline for submissions is 10 July 2023.

Complete the webform on the RTPI's website to apply