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Sources of Funding

A summary of the funding types available is outlined in the table below.  

 

Funding Source

Funding type

Application deadline

ESRC Postgraduate Studentship

UCL is an ESRC Designated Doctoral Training Centre (DTC). To apply for an ESRC studentship you will apply to the ESRC via UCL

ESRC 

W M Gorman Graduate Research Scholarship

The WM Gorman studentships are one year duration and will be awarded to students studying full time on the MPhil/PhD Programme in the UCL Department of Economics. The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit. 
Note: This Scholarship is not taking applications for 2018/19.

DepartmentalNA

Funding for Conferences and Experiments

The Department has a limited amount of money per year that can be awarded to Postgraduate Research Students to assist with funding contributions to events and conferences or general research activity if relevant to programme of study.

DepartmentalApplications for review in February need to be sent no later than 31 January 

Applications for review in September need to be sent no later than 31 August 

CSC Partially-Funded Visiting Research Scholarships

UCL ScholarshipsThis scheme is not being offered in 2017/18

Research Project Funds

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

UCL ScholarshipsVisit the Funding and Scholarships page for relevant dates

Frederick Bonnart-Braunthal Scholarship

The scheme is aimed at research students who plan to explore the nature of religious, racial and cultural prejudices and to find ways of combating them.  

UCL ScholarshipsThis scheme is not available in 2016/17

UCL Research Scholarships

Up to 20 UCL Graduate Research Scholarships (GRS) are available annually to prospective and current UCL research students from any country.Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence and research potential. Financial circumstances are not taken into account.

UCL ScholarshipsYou must apply for admission and submit the additional information to your department no later than Friday, 5 January 2018

The Royal Economic Society one-year junior fellowships

Universities are invited to make application for the awards in the Spring of each year. Applications can only be submitted by the candidate’s Head of Department.  Candidates should have completed at least two years' work towards a doctoral thesis when they take up an award.

ExternalThis funding is not available in 2017.

Funds for Women Graduates

This funding opportunity applies to women who are in the final year of their studies

External Wednesday 22 February 2017

Club Financiero Español Scholarship

These scholarships are targeted to support the most outstanding Spanish PhD scholars at University College London. The Scholarships are provided for the whole duration of the PhD programme. 

These scholarships are open to PhD scholars, residents of Spain or of Spanish nationality, of intellectual excellence and of irrefutable moral standing. The Scholars are required to be committed to the economic development of Spain and her people.

ExternalTBA

James Lanner Scholarship

The James Lanner Memorial Scholarship offers £10,000 each year to a UK, EU or Overseas student applying for a Master’s degree at the UCL Department of Economics. Prospective applicants can apply through the department.

The Scholarship was established in memory of James Lanner, who began his distinguished career at the London School of Economics. Having gained a first class degree he taught at a number of institutions, including Cardiff University and University College London. In 1953, he moved to Paris to work for the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation (now the OECD). In 1965, after a short spell in industry, he moved to Geneva to work for the European Free Trade Association where he became Head of the Economic Department until his retirement. 

Consideration for departmental scholarships is made when we make decisions on applications for admission. There is no separate application process for departmental scholarships. Only those shortlisted for departmental scholarships are notified.

Departmental 

Michael Curtis Bursary

The aim of the Michael Curtis Bursary is to enable students in financial need to pursue their postgraduate studies in the Economics Department at UCL.

Eligibility requirements
Candidates must: 

  • be ordinarily resident in the UK or EU (this will be determined by UCL Fee Status)
  • in financial need (as determined by the UCL Student Funding Office)
  • hold an offer to study a full-time Master's degree in the Economics Department at UCL in 2017/18

 

Scholarship for Financial Economics

This scholarship is available to MRes Economic students who are interested in undertaking research in Financial Economics. The value of this scholarship is £5000.

Application Procedure: Consideration for departmental scholarships is made when we make decisions on applications for admission.  There is no separate application process for departmental scholarships. Only those shortlisted for departmental scholarships are notified.