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UCL offers a range of financial awards aimed at assisting both prospective and current students with their studies.

Scholarships

Bartlett Masters Scholarship Scheme 

The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment, is offering 10 scholarships (worth £10,000 each) for students registered on a Masters programme in the Bartlett to be used as partial fee remittance for study in 2019-20.

The deadline for receipt of all scholarship applications is 16.00 (UK time) on Friday 26 April 2019. All applicants will be informed of the outcome by email in late July 2019.

All Bartlett taught postgraduate students, including continuing students, can be considered for this scholarship, regardless of study mode or fee status. 

Our goal

The Bartlett, through this award, hopes to encourage students from under-represented groups to embark on a postgraduate qualification at UCL.

Who can apply?

Successful applicants will need to meet two core criteria:

  • Applicants must hold an offer of study to commence study in September 2019 (or be continuing, if following a modular/flexible or part-time course of study)
  • Applicants must be able to pay the remainder of their tuition fees and all living expenses

Eligibility will be means-tested and will take into account total funds available to the applicant.

Please note scholarship applicants do not necessarily require an offer of admission by the deadline date, but will need to have submitted a complete application for study.

How to apply

To apply, please complete the Masters Scholarship Scheme application form and send it to bartlett.scholarships@ucl.ac.uk

If you have any questions about The Bartlett Masters Scholarship Scheme, please contact Mr George Burridge at bartlett.scholarships@ucl.ac.uk or telephone 020 3108 6664

The Bartlett Masters Scholarship scheme

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Bartlett Travel Awards and Scholarships

The Bartlett Faculty Travel Awards and Scholarships are available to support Bartlett undergraduate students in undertaking independent travel to another country.
 
There are three scholarships available:

  1. Herbert Henry Bartlett Travel Scholarship (for study and travel anywhere in the world)
  2. Owings Travel Scholarship (for study and travel in the USA only)
  3. Maggie Scruton Memorial Travel Scholarship (for study and travel in France only)

The deadline is Friday 10 May 2019

Our goal

These awards are intended to fund travel which, rather than being directly related to a student's formal programme of study or coursework, will provide the student with an opportunity to independently experience and study a place which is new to them, and which they would not otherwise have the chance to visit. The awards are not intended to subsidise course related field trips, conferences, design projects, dissertation/thesis research or to return to a student’s home country.

Who can apply?

All undergraduate students registered on full-time undergraduate programmes of study in the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment are eligible to apply.
 
Students may apply for more than one of the above travel scholarships, but should only submit one application form.

How to apply

Applicants should read the guidelines and use the application form below.
 
All applications should be submitted by email, electronically in MS Word format, to: George Burridge (George.burridge@ucl.ac.uk)
 
If you have any queries about the Bartlett Travel Awards please contact Aeli Roberts (a.roberts@ucl.ac.uk) or Annabel Brown (annabel.brown@ucl.ac.uk)

The Bartlett Travel Awards 
and Scholarships

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UCL Scholarships

For information on UCL scholarships, please visit the UCL Scholarships and funding webpage or email scholarships@ucl.ac.uk.


Funding

Bartlett Doctoral Funding

Our goal
Bartlett Student Conference Fund

The principal aim of this fund is to encourage MPhil/PhD students to present their research at international conferences.

Bartlett Doctoral Initiative Fund

This fund has two principal aims. Firstly, to support and encourage collaboration between schools and initiatives of The Bartlett in the form of thematically-focused initiatives that benefit MPhil/PhD students. These initiatives may be pedagogical or skills training related in purpose or aimed at assisting MPhil/PhD students in academic networking and career development. Secondly, to assist MPhil/PhD in deriving maximum benefit from their studies at UCL and to foster opportunity for interdepartmental and inter-faculty MPhil/PhD student activities.

Bartlett External Training Fund

This fund aims to provide MPhil/PhD students with additional opportunities to undertake training, essential to their research, not available through the UCL Doctoral Skills Development Programme. 

Bartlett Extenuating Circumstances Fund

This fund aims to provide financial support where the MPhil/PhD student’s original approved programme is no longer viable due to adverse unforeseeable circumstances, when sufficient funds are unavailable from other sources to cover increased costs.

Who can apply?
Bartlett Student Conference Fund

In order to apply to this Fund you must be:

  • A student registered for a UCL MPhil/PhD or EngD degree with a supervisor located in The Bartlett. Students with Completing Research Student status are eligible to apply to this fund. Students enrolled on a Visiting Research programme within The Bartlett are also eligible to apply but the award will be pro rata (i.e. based on how many months the student is enrolled for). Also, the home institute supervisor must e-mail confirmation that funds for attending the conference are not available from the home institute.
  • Presenting a paper or poster. Applications from students taking some other formal part in the conference proceedings with be considered if details are provided.
Bartlett Doctoral Initiative Fund

In order to apply to this fund you must be either: 

  • A student registered for a UCL MPhil/PhD or EngD degree with a supervisor located in The Bartlett. Students with Completing Research Student status are not eligible to apply to this fund.
  • An academic staff member located in The Bartlett.
Bartlett External Training Fund

In order to apply to this Fund you must be:

  • A student registered for a UCL MPhil/PhD or EngD degree with a supervisor located in The Bartlett. Students with Completing Research Student status are not eligible to apply to this fund.
Bartlett Extenuating Circumstances Fund

In order to apply to this Fund you must be:

  • A student registered for a UCL MPhil/PhD or EngD degree with a supervisor located in The Bartlett. Students with Completing Research Student status are not eligible to apply to this fund.
  • Able to demonstrate that your original approved programme is no longer viable due to adverse unforeseeable circumstances and that sufficient funds are unavailable from other sources to cover the increased costs.
How to apply

Applicants should read the guidelines and use the application forms below.

All applications should be submitted by email, electronically in MS Word format, to: Ms Lisa Cooper (lisa.cooper@ucl.ac.uk)

If you have any queries about the Bartlett Doctoral Funds please contact Ms Lisa Cooper (lisa.cooper@ucl.ac.uk) or Dr Steve Ridge (steve.ridge@ucl.ac.uk)

The Bartlett Student Conference Fund

Guidance:

PDF iconbscf_2018-19_regs_22.8.2018.pdf

Application:

File bscf_2018-19_app_form_19.7.2018.docx

The Bartlett External Training Fund

Guidance:

PDF icon betf_2018-19_regs_24.7.2018.pdf

Application:

File betf_2018-19_app_form_07.08.2018.docx

The Bartlett Doctoral Initiative Fund

Guidance:

PDF icon bdif_2018-19_regs_23.7.2018.pdf

Application:

File bdif_2018-19_app_form_24.7.2018.docx

The Barlett Extenuating Circumstances Fund

Guidance:

PDF iconbecf_2018-19_regs_23.7.2018.pdf

Application:

Filebecf_2018-19_app_form_23.7.2018.doc


Ad hoc programme-specific funding

Individual programmes and sections of The Bartlett sometimes offer advice and/or funding for particular programmes or subject areas. This information will be provided on the page of the relevant programme. If in doubt, please contact the programme director.