UCL offers a range of financial awards aimed at assisting prospective and current, undergraduate and postgraduate, students with their studies. For further information on scholarships currently available, please see the UCL Scholarships page.
In addition, the following sources of funding are available specifically for students in the Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment, or for students in the Bartlett School of Planning:
BARTLETT SCHOOL OF PLANNING CENTENARY SCHOLARSHIP
The School of Planning is pleased to announce it is funding ten £5,000 scholarships to prospective Masters students holding an offer of a place on a planning Masters programme for the 2014-15 academic year. The awards will be made on the basis of academic merit. Candidates must apply using this application form. Full and part-time students, and home, EU and international students will all be considered. Further information is available on this guidance document.
LAND SECURITIES SCHOLARSHIP
This scholarship is for prospective Masters students. The awards will be made on the basis of academic merit. Candidates must apply using this application form. The applicant must be a UK student holding a full-time offer. Further details can be found on the webpage for the Land Securities Scholarship.
BARTLETT FACULTY MASTERS SCHOLARSHIPS SCHEME
(TBC) The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment will once again be offering Masters students (including all prospective students for Bartlett School of Planning MSc programmes) 20 scholarships, each worth £5,000, to be used as partial fee remittance for study in 2014/15. Additionally two Wates Bursaries of £5,000 from The Wates Family Enterprise Trust will be available. The eligibility criteria are the same except that a preference will be given to MSc subjects centered on the construction industry, built or rural environments. The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial need. Applicants will need to complete a separate application form (this will be soon available with further details).
GRADUATE SUPPORT SCHEME
The Bartlett School of Planning has received funding to help widen participation in postgraduate education by offering fourteen full fees plus cost of living bursaries for students studying on the MSc Spatial Planning, MSc Housing Development, MSc Transport and City Planning, or MSc Urban Regeneration in 2014-15.
The bursaries are aimed at those UK students who might not otherwise be able to afford to study an MSc degree and further details are available on the UCL Graduate Support Scheme page.
To apply, you need to have applied for one of the four participating MSc courses and also applied for the Graduate Support Scheme bursaries by 30 June.
If you are interested in one of the four courses and would like to talk to one of our PhD students about the course and the Graduate Support Scheme, please feel free to drop them an e-mail:
Patricia Canelas is the PhD mentor to provide advice and support to students interested in, or studying on, the MSc Spatial Planning. Her e-mail is patricia.canelas.11 at ucl.ac.uk
Daniel Durrant is the PhD mentor to provide advice and support to students interested in, or studying on, the MSc Transport and City Planning. His e-mail is daniel.durrant.09 at ucl.ac.uk
Katy Karampour is the PhD mentor to provide advice and support to students interested in, or studying on, the MSc Urban Regeneration. Her e-mail is katayoun.karampour.09 at ucl.ac.uk
Xiaoqing Zhang is the PhD mentor to provide advice and support to students interested in, or studying on, the MSc Housing Development. Her e-mail is xiaoqing.zhang.09 at ucl.ac.uk
BARTLETT TRAVEL AWARDS
There are a number of Bartlett travel awards and
scholarships for which all current Bartlett students (postgraduate and
undergraduate) can apply. These include:
- Henry Herbert Bartlett Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to anywhere in the world
- Owings Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to the USA
- Maggie Scruton Memorial Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to France
- Richard Llewellyn-Davies Travel Scholarship: For study/travel to anywhere in the world
The deadline for this award is usually June and further details can be obtained from the Bartlett Professional Studies Office.