This page provides information on UCL Chemical Engineering bursaries and scholarships .
As a Department, UCL Chemical Engineering is always keen to encourage, develop and reward excellence in our students. Check this page to see which bursary and scholarship opportunities you may be eligible for.
Student Bursary Schemes
The schemes offer support to academically strong students from groups historically under-represented in science and engineering careers in the UK, to allow them to pursue a Chemical Engineering degree at UCL to diversify the graduate talent pool through promoting participation and equal opportunity.
For more information on each, see below.
The Department of Chemical Engineering Hardship Fund - closed and will reopen in 21/22
The Department of Chemical Engineering Hardship Fund is awarded to undergraduate students. The award is based on financial hardship, and is intended to help those that have encountered specific and unforeseen financial difficulties since March 2020 (evidence of hardship is required including evidence of household income).
The Tim Elson Memorial Fund - closed and will reopen in 21/22.
The Tim Elson Memorial Fund is awarded to undergraduate year 1 students. The award is based on financial hardship and household income, and is intended to help those that have encountered specific and unforeseen financial difficulties (evidence of hardship is required).
Visit The Tim Elson Memorial Fund page
Robert Le Rossignol Undergraduate Bursary - Deadline: 30 October 2021
The Robert Le Rossignol UG Bursary is awarded to a deserving first year undergraduate student and is renewable for a further two years subject to the student’s satisfactory academic performance.
William Ramsay Memorial Post-graduate Bursary - Deadline: 30 October 2021
The William Ramsay Memorial PGT Bursary is awarded to a deserving post-graduate taught student.
Dennis Rooke Post-graduate Research Bursary - Deadline: 30 October 2021
The Dennis Rooke PGR Bursary is awarded to a deserving first year post-graduate research student and is renewable for a further two years subject to the students’ satisfactory academic performance.
H. Walter Stern Scholarship - Deadline: January 2022 (exact date TBC)
From 2022/23 the H. Walter Stern Scholarship will contribute towards the UCL Research Opportunity Scholarship. The UCL's Research Opportunity Scholarship (UCL-ROS) is intended to support BAME postgraduate research degree students.
For general opportunities, please visit the UCL scholarships and funding website.