Funding, Scholarships and Prizes (Masters)

UCL Anglo Norse Society Postgraduate Scholarship

We are very pleased to offer a studentship in Norwegian Studies. The studentship combines a part-time postgraduate scholarship and a part-time Postgraduate Teaching Assistantship in Norwegian. Click here for more information on how to apply.

Jean Orr (MA Language, Culture and History: Dutch, French or Italian)

Jean Orr scholarship is offered to a postgraduate masters students studying in one or more of of the following languages/programmes: French, Italian, Dutch and History. The award is worth £7000 for one year only. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence, achievement and potential. Candidates do not submit an application for this scholarship. They will be selected by academic departments on the basis of their admission application form.

Postgraduate Bursaries (Dutch)

UCL Dutch aims to reward academic excellence among new students of its postgraduate programme by offering a scholarship for new students starting the MA in Dutch Studies. The scholarship covers up to £600 towards study expenses like books, research travel and other research related expenses.

Candidates must have been formally admitted to the MA Dutch Studies pathway of the Language, Culture & History MA before they can be considered for a scholarship.

To be considered for a scholarship, you must have received a letter from the UCL Registry offering you a place on the programme, and you must have informed the UCL Registry, in writing, of your acceptance of the offer before the deadline.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence, achievement and potential. Financial circumstances of the candidates are not taken into account.

This bursary has been made possible by generous donations of Alumni of UCL Dutch.

Further information

Please note that all scholarships are subject to funding and availability and UCL reserves the right to withdraw these at any point without notice.


This prize is offered to the best MA dissertation each year in the Faculty of Arts and Humanities on a comparative topic.