UCL School of Slavonic and East European Studies (SSEES)


Other Sources of Funding

 There are many other possible funding opportunities available if you missed out this year: take a look through the table below for some ideas. Make sure you also check out the scholarship section of the main UCL website, available on the UCL scholarship information pages.  The scholarshipportal.com website is also a very good general source of information.

IMESS Awarded Funding

 Who is it for?ValueDeadline
IMESS Academic Excellence BursaryTo academically outstanding based on year 1 results (excl. IMESS scholarship holders)£5,000 in year 2Decided by the IMESS Progression Board in June. 
Turing Scheme  Students going to a EU country in year 2Bursary in year 2 (see more)*UCL will apply on your behalf during year 1 (see more)

* The amount varies year by year depending on aggregate funding received by UCL and it is not guaranteed. Please contact the UCL Study Abroad Team on askUCL about the details.

Other Funding

Scholarships in the Czech RepublicStudents going to Prague in year 2VariesVaries – check website
CONACYT (Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología)Mexican citizensFixed amount/month for year in UKCheck website
Visegrad Scholarship ProgramCitizens of most Central and East European statesFixed amount/year + fee contribution (for 2nd year)Check website
Becas Talentia scholarshipSpanish citizensFixed amount/month + fees and travelCheck website
Fundación Rafael del Pino scholarshipSpanish citizensFixed amount/year + feesCheck website
Fundación Montemadrid scholarshipSpanish citizensFixed amount/month + fees + expensesCheck website
Agencia Española de Cooperación Internacional y DesarrolloSpanish citizensFixed amount/month + fee contributionCheck website
Fulbright CommissionUS citizensFees + fixed amount (one year only)Check website
Marshall ScholarshipsUS citizensFees + maintenanceCheck website