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The IMPACT Scholarship

Preventing and redressing the impact of inequalities is a core philosophy of the UCL Master of Public Health (MPH). To reflect this, we are offering two scholarships annually which will support applicants who have demonstrated financial need, who have lived experience of inequality, and who show great promise for population health impact. The IMPACT scholarships will cover the successful recipients’ full fees (£16,500) to study on the MPH programme. People wishing to study full time, or part- time, or modular flexible are welcome to apply and the scholarship will be applied to their fees pro rata.

For further information on the IMPACT Scholarship, and to apply, please click here


 

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Masters Funding Awards

Through the generous donations made by UCL alumni and partners, as well as UCL's own funding initiatives, we are able to offer a variety of awards to UK Masters students each year.

  • Deadline: 9 June
  • Value: Varies
  • Criteria: Based on financial need
  • Eligibility: UK
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught degrees

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UCL Masters Bursary

The UCL Masters Bursary aims to enable and encourage those from low-income backgrounds to pursue full-time Master's degree studies at UCL.

  • Deadline: 9 June (application via the Masters Funding Awards)
  • Value: £10,000
  • Criteria: Based on financial need
  • Eligibility: UK
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught degrees

Further information

Professor Sir Malcolm Grant Postgraduate Scholarship

The Professor Sir Malcolm Grant Postgraduate Scholarship was established to celebrate the exceptional contribution of the outgoing President & Provost to the UCL community over 10 years.

  • Deadline: 9 June (application via the Masters Funding Awards)
  • Value: £25,000
  • Criteria: Based on financial need
  • Eligibility: UK
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught degrees

Further information

Thomas Witherdean Batt Scholarship

The aim of the Thomas Witherden Batt Scholarship is to enable and encourage those who might have financial constraints in pursuing a full-time Master's degree to study at UCL.

  • Deadline: 9 June (application via the Masters Funding Awards)
  • Value: £10,000
  • Criteria: Based on financial need
  • Eligibility: UK
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught degrees

Further information

Overseas students

Chevening Scholarships

Chevening Scholarships are the UK government’s global scholarship programme, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and partner organisations. The scholarships are awarded to outstanding scholars with leadership potential.

  • Deadline: Applications now closed for the 2022/23 academic year
  • Value: UCL provides a 20% contribution towards tuition fees
  • Criteria: Based on academic merit
  • Eligibility: Overseas
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught, Graduate research degrees

Further information

Commonwealth Scholarship Commission Awards

The Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK (CSC) provides the main UK government scholarship scheme led by international development objectives.  By supporting innovators and leaders of the future from across the Commonwealth, and by attracting outstanding talent to Britain’s universities, their work combines sustainable development with the UK national interest.

  • Value: UCL provides a 20% contribution towards tuition fees
  • Criteria: Based on academic merit
  • Eligibility: Overseas
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught, Graduate research degrees

Further information

Global Masters Scholarship

The UCL Global Masters Scholarship aims to enable and encourage international students from lower income backgrounds to pursue full-time Master's degree studies at UCL.

  • Deadline: 12 May
  • Value: £15,000
  • Criteria: Based on financial need
  • Eligibility: Overseas
  • Academic year: 2022/23
  • Available for: Prospective students
  • Level: Graduate taught degrees

Further information

Professional bodies

These bodies occasionally have funding to support study at postgraduate level. We recommend exploring potential funding opportunities for your studies via their websites:

Other sources of funding (external)

Country-specific scholarships