Application procedures, fees, funding and scholarships
For information, please see the faculty admissions information here.
Programme-specific information can also be found in the 'Applying' section of each of the Bartlett's programmes.
Applicants can apply to a maximum of three DPU Masters programmes. Each separate application will incur an application fee. Please make sure that you indicate your preference of choice.
Funding and scholarships
The Otto Koenigsberger Fund is available to students on its MSc programmes. For more information, please contact the DPU Courses Administrator
General information on funding and scholarships is provided by the Bartlett faculty here.
students are also encouraged to contact a local office of the British
Council for information on possible scholarships. The following other
organisations may be able to offer financial support:
- United Nations
- Ford Foundation
- European Development Fund
- Architects Registration Board (ARB)
- Aga Khan Foundation for scholarships for applicants from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Kenya and Tanzania
EU funding is also possible for studentships through the European Union where many programmes finance student exchanges and study periods overseas.
UCL Graduate Research Scholarships
Applicants to the MPhil/PhD Development Planning research degree may also apply
for a UCL Graduate Research Scholarships. These aim to attract high-quality
students to undertake research at UCL and are available to both UK/EU and
Overseas applicants. The deadline to submit an application to the
Development Planning Unit (by e-mailing email@example.com) is Friday
17 January 2014.
The scholarships consist of fees equivalent to the
standard postgraduate UK/EU rate (2013/14: £4,400) plus a maintenance stipend
(2013/14: £15,726) for full-time study (benefits are calculated 'pro rata'
for part-time students). The scholarship also includes additional research
costs at a level up to £1,000 per year for the stated duration of the
programme. Awards are normally tenable for years 1, 2, and 3 of a
full-time research degree programme (or years 1-5 of a part-time programme),
subject to annual review and renewal.