Find out more about the scholarships available for applicants wishing to study at the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources.
Applications are now open for:
Bartlett Promise Master's Scholarship
This scholarship aims to enable students from backgrounds underrepresented in The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment to pursue master's studies at The Bartlett. The Scholarships will cover full tuition fees plus an allowance to cover living and study expenses (£15,364), for the normal duration of the programme at UCL. All Promise scholars will also receive on-going academic and career support during their study.
- Eligibility criteria for September 2022¹
The Bartlett Promise aims to enable students from backgrounds which are underrepresented in The Bartlett, to pursue postgraduate master’s studies at The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment.
- be UK domiciled with home fee status or be a forced migrant (as defined by UCL)
- have an offer of admission to a Bartlett master’s programme for study in 2022/23 and
- must not have completed a master’s at UCL or anywhere else previously 2
Candidates must also meet at least one of the additional criteria:
- be in financial need as assessed by UCL3
- be from a Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic background 4
- be from a Gypsy, Roma or Traveller community 5
- have a disability 5
- be a care leaver 5
- have care responsibilities
- be first generation in family to attend university at undergraduate level
- be first generation in family to attend university at postgraduate level
1 Eligibility criteria for 2023/24 and beyond may differ
2 This includes integrated masters degrees or degrees sometimes known as 'undergraduate masters'
3 With an assessed household income of less than £42,875
4 We define BAME as those of a non-white heritage and individuals of mixed-heritage who self-identify as coming from a BAME background
5 Underrepresented groups in Higher Education
Applications are now closed for:
GREAT Scholarships for a Sustainable Future
UCL's GREAT Scholarships for a Sustainable Future are funded by British Council and UCL. The aim is to widen access to climate change courses and create a cohort of spokespeople for positive change.
One £10,000 (1 year) scholarship is available for a citizen of Egypt holding an offer on any Masters programme within The UCL Bartlett School of Environment Energy & Resources (BSEER), to which the UCL Institute for Sustainable Resrouces belongs.