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奖学金信息 Scholarships

伦敦艺术大学为部分入读研究生阶段课程的国际学生提供一些奖学金。

这些奖项是由慷慨的私人捐赠,公司捐赠,慈善机构及大学的资金资助。奖项的设置从减免部分费用到一年或以上的全额资助不等。详情请参阅以下资讯:

 

16 – 18 Bursary Fund: Discretionary Bursaries

We are pleased to offer a number of bursaries to assist Home and EU students who are studying the Foundation Diploma in Art and Design.

Eligibility

  • Home or EU fee status
  • Studying Foundation Diploma Art and Design
  • Aged 16, 17 or 18 on 31 August 2015

About the Scholarship

This bursary fund is made up of three different types of bursaries. The following groups of students are eligible for Vulnerable Student Bursaries worth up to £1,200:

  • Young people in Local Authority Care
  • Young care leavers
  • Those receiving Income Support or Universal Credit
  • Those receiving both Employment Support Allowance/Universal Credit and Disabled Living Allowance/Personal Independence Payment.

If you or your parents are in receipt of the specific state benefits listed on the application form, you may be eligible to receive a ‘Free Meal’ award of £500.

If you are experiencing financial hardship during your course you may be eligible to receive a Discretionary Bursary. The amount will vary depending on need and household income. Your household income must be £25,000 or below to be considered.

Apply

Closing date: Friday 20 May 2016


19+ Discretionary Learner Support

This fund is for students who are experiencing financial hardship during their course. The fund can help with general study costs, accommodation and travel costs.

Eligibility

  • Home or EU fee status
  • Studying Foundation Diploma Art and Design
  • Aged 19 or over on 31 August 2015

About the Scholarship

If you are aged 20 or over it can also help with childcare costs.

If you are aged 24 or over, you must have applied for a 24+ loan before submitting the bursary application form.

Closing date: Friday 20 May 2016


Alan Fletcher Scholarship

Available to UK and EU students, 1 scholarship worth £29,737 to cover tuition fees and aid with living costs.

Eligibility

  • Classified as UK/EU for fee purposes.
  • Accepted onto the two-year MA Graphic Communication Design course at Central Saint Martins, commencing October 2016.

About the Scholarship

The Alan Fletcher Scholarship was established by the Fletcher family in memory of legendary designer Alan Fletcher, an honorary fellow and College alumnus. It is available to one Home or EU student accepted on the two-year MA Graphic Communication Design (formerly MA Communication Design) course at Central Saint Martins, commencing October 2016.

The Scholarship is worth a total of £29,737 and will cover full-fees for the two-year course, totaling to £9,737 (£4,750 for the 2016–2017 academic year; £4,987 for the 2017–2018 academic year), as well as £20,000 towards maintenance (£10,000 per annum).

Apply

Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential, and the Scholarship will be awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit.

Closing date: 1pm, Friday 1 July 2016


Alexander McQueen Scholarship

The Alexander McQueen Scholarship is a prestigious award worth £22,500 established to aid with financial hardship, enabling you to achieve your potential.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
  • Accepted onto the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins, academic year commencing 2016/17.
  • A graduate, having already gained a first or 2:1 in a bachelors degree from a higher education (HE) institution, or a HE accredited further education institution.
  • Or for applicants without a bachelors degree, you must be able to demonstrate substantial equivalent and applicable experience.

About the Scholarship

Alexander McQueen, one of Britain's most successful designers, enrolled at Central Saint Martins, and received his MA in Fashion Design in 1992. The collection he produced as the culminating project of his degree was famously bought in its entirety.

He earned the British Fashion Council's British Designer of the Year award four times, and was named Commander of the Order of the British Empire. His bold styles and fascinating shows inspired and wowed the world of fashion, and his legacy lives on.

The award will cover full tuition fees, with a contribution towards living costs and the final collection.

Apply

Applications are encouraged from Home/ EU students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are unable to finance themselves through their studies

Closing date: Monday 1 August 2016


Ashley Family Foundation Scholarship

The Ashley Family Foundation Scholarship of £8,000 is available to one Home or EU student enrolled on the MA Textile Design course at Chelsea College of Arts.

Eligibility

  • Home or EU fee status
  • MA Textile Design Course at Chelsea College of Arts, commencing October 2015

About the Scholarship

The Scholarship will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit, and will cover full tuition fees for the duration of the course.

Applications for the Ashley Family Foundation Scholarship are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and will benefit from postgraduate studies in order to realise their full potential.

Apply

Closing date: Wednesday 16 March 2016


BA Cordwainers Placement Bursary

£4,500 is available to 1 Home or EU student undertaking the Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry at London College of Fashion, commencing in 2016/2017.

Eligibility

  • Home or EU fee status
  • Undertaking the Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry commencing in 16/17 academic year, and
  • Enrolled at London College of Fashion on either:
    • BA Cordwainers Fashion Accessories: Product Design and Development or
    • BA Cordwainers Footwear: Product Design and Development

About the Bursary

The BA Cordwainers Placement Bursary of £4,500 is available to one Home or EU student undertaking the Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry and enrolled on one of the eligible courses at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.
The bursary will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit and, assist with the course fees and living expenses.

Apply

Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and students with the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to the fashion industry.

Closing date: 4pm, Tuesday 19 April 2016


BA Curriers Placement Bursary

£3,323 is available to 1 Home or EU student undertaking the Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry and enrolled on the BA Cordwainers Fashion Accessories: Product Design and Development course at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.

Eligibility

  • You must meet all of the following:
  • Home or EU fee status.
  • Undertaking Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry at London College of Fashion as part of an elgible course.
  • Enrolled on the BA Cordwainers Fashion Accessories: Product Design and Development course at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.

About the Bursary

The BA Curriers Placement Bursary of £3,323 is available to 1 Home or EU student undertaking the Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry and enrolled on the BA Cordwainers Fashion Accessories: Product Design and Development course at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.

The bursary will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit and, assist with the course fees and living expenses.

Apply

Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and students with the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to the fashion industry.

Closing date: 4pm, Tuesday 19 April 2016


BA Fashion Matters Placement Bursaries

We are pleased to offer bursaries to four Home or EU students undertaking the Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry at London College of Fashion.

Eligibility

  • Home or EU fee status.
  • Undertaking Diploma in Professional Studies – Year Placement in Industry at London College of Fashion as part of an elgible course.
  • Be enrolled on 1 of 12 eligible course commencing 2016/2017 academic year.

About the Scholarship

  • 4 bursaries available.
  • The bursaries will be assessed on the basis of financial need. The bursaries are a contribution towards course costs and living expenses.
  • Applications are welcome from students with the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to the fashion industry.

Apply

Closing date: Friday 1 July 2016


Caspian Arts Foundation Visual Arts Scholarship

The Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship is £25,000 and will be awarded to a student who is ordinarily resident in Afghanistan.

Eligibility

  • Ordinarily resident in Afghanistan.
  • Accepted onto an elgible course outlined in the guidance notes.

About the Scholarship
The scholarship is worth £25,000 and will cover full tuition fees plus a contribution towards living costs for 1 international student ordinarily resident in Afghanistan.

The Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship aims to promote postgraduate studies at University of the Arts London to Afghan students with the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to their industry or chosen field of study.

The Caspian Arts Foundation Scholarship is offered in partnership with Culture+Conflict and funded by the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation.

Apply

The Scholarship will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

Closing date: Friday 10 June 2016


Cecil Lewis Sculpture Scholarship

1 Scholarship of £10,000 is available to 1 Home, EU, or International student accepted on either a one or two year Master’s Degree course to study Sculpture at University of the Arts London.

Eligibility

Accepted on the full-time MA Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Arts or Central Saint Martins, or MFA Fine Art course at Wimbledon College of Arts commencing September/October 2016.

About the Scholarship 

The Cecil Lewis Sculpture Scholarship of £10,000 is available to 1 Home, EU, or International student accepted on either a 1 or 2 year Master’s Degree course to study Sculpture at University of the Arts London, with the primary focus of their practice being to produce objects existing in three-dimension.

The Scholarship will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit, and will cover full tuition fees for one Home or EU student, as well as provide a contribution to course costs.  For International students, the Scholarship will provide a contribution to tuition fees. 

Apply

Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.

Closing date: 1pm, Friday 10 June 2016


Charlotte and Dennis Stevenson Awards

The University is able to offer assistance to Home students who have course related trips outside of London (or outside the UK) after a generous gift from Lord and Lady Stevenson of Coddenham.

Eligibility

  • Must be a home student.
  • Currently studying on any UAL undergraduate course.
  • In receipt of a maintenance grant due to household income.

About the Awards

The University acknowledges that students who have trips outside of London can often be in a position where they are unable to take up the opportunity, but the University is now able to offer assistance to these students through the Charlotte and Dennis Stevenson Awards.

Applicants must include a supporting statement in the application form explaining the reason for applying for the award and must supply evidence of costs associated with trips, which should be available from Course Leaders and Administrators.

A maximum contribution of £1,000 will be made to eligible students.

Apply

Applications are open all year, for as long funds are available.


China Xintiandi Scholarship

The China Xintiandi Scholarship of £15,180 is available for one international student ordinarily resident in Hong Kong or Mainland China.

Eligibility

  • Must be ordinarily resident in Hong Kong or Mainland China.
  • Studying in the final year of BA Fashion (full-time) at Central Saint Martins.

About the Scholarship

China Xintiandi is committed to excellence, discipline, innovation and collaboration and the idea of ‘live, work and play.’

The scholarship is valued at £15,180 and will cover tuition fees for one International student ordinarily resident in Hong Kong or Mainland China. 

The scholarship will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

Apply

Application will open soon.


Christopher Kane in memory of Professor Louise Wilson Scholarship

The Christopher Kane in memory of Professor Louise Wilson Scholarship is worth £22,000 to help support you with financial hardship.

Eligibility

  • Must be ordinarily resident in the UK
  • Must not be in receipt of any other scholarship or bursary funding.
  • Must be accepted onto the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins, starting 2016/17.

About the Scholarship

The scholarship will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit. The scholarship will cover the course tuition fees for the course plus a contribution towards living expenses and maintenance.

Apply

Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship, unable to fund themselves through the course and will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.

Closing date: Monday 1 August 2016


Clive Baillie Scholarship for Graphic Design

Established by London College of Communication alumnus Clive Baillie, this scholarship is worth £5,000.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home, EU or International for fee purposes.
  • In the third year of BA Graphic Design at London College of Communication.

About the Scholarship
Established by Clive Baillie, this award will be a contribution towards tuition fees for a third year student on the BA Graphic Design course at London College of Communication. It is awarded based on financial need and academic merit.

Apply

Application will open soon.


Clothworkers’ Foundation Material Fund

The Clothworkers' Foundation are pleased to provide ten bursaries of £1,000 for final year students on the BA Textile Design course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Studying on the final year of BA Textile Design at Central Saint Martins.
  • Able to demonstrate evidence of financial hardship.

About the Bursaries

The Clothworkers' Foundation are pleased to provide ten bursaries of £1,000 for final year students on the BA (Hons) Textile Design course at Central Saint Martins.

To be eligible for a Clothworkers' Foundation Materials Fund, applicants must be studying on the third year of  the BA (Hons) Textile Design course at Central Saint Martins and be able to demonstrate financial hardship.

Apply‌

Applications are now closed.


Cordwainers Awards

Each year, a number of awards are given to London College of Fashion undergraduate footwear and accessories students.

We cannot accept applications for this award, students will be nominated by their tutors. The awards will be presented at the LCF awards ceremony.

Cordwainers’ Cup for Excellence in Footwear - £750

The financial prize is awarded to the final year student on the footwear course that displays and demonstrates the highest combined academic merit and commercial acumen required to succeed within the industry upon graduation.

Cordwainers’ Prize for Sustainability - £750

The financial prize is awarded to the final year student on the footwear and accessories degree courses that displays, demonstrates and integrates the highest combined social and ethical awareness on sustainability within the work completed on the course as part of their degree.

Cordwainers’ Travel Scholarship - £500

The financial prize is awarded to a second year student that displays and demonstrates the highest combined academic merit and commercial acumen to help fund a research trip to support the student’s main final year project with the view to help the individual to succeed within the industry upon graduation.

Dato’ Jimmy Choo Awards

A financial prize will be given to one student at LCF, on the penultimate and final years of the BA (Hons) Cordwainers Footwear and BA (Hons) Cordwainers Accessories degree courses.

We cannot accept applications for this award, students will be nominated by their tutors.

The awards will help fund the students' main project, for which they will pitch to a panel of judges, one of whom will be a member of the Cordwainers' Company.

The scholarship is available to UK, European and International students.

Felicity Green Award for BA Fashion Journalism

The Felicity Green Award for BA Fashion Journalism is worth £9,000 and available to 1 Home/EU student, enrolling into their final year at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Must be considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
  • Must be starting final year of study on BA Fashion: Fashion Communication at Central Saint Martins.

About the Award

The Felicity Green Award has been created to ensure that Felicity's influence as an inspirational guide for talented young fashion journalists will continue for many years to come.

Felicity, who received an OBE in 2012 for services to journalism, began her career in the 1960s on magazines and in PR. As associate editor and columnist for the Daily Mirror, her trailblazing features on fashion and lifestyle helped to build the paper's circulation to a massive 5 million copies a day.

The first woman director on the board of a national newspaper, Felicity worked as a high-profile journalist across a spectrum of leading newspapers and magazines. In more recent years, she has devoted much of her time to mentoring and teaching young journalists.

During this time, Felicity formed a close association with Central Saint Martins, working as senior lecturer on the Fashion, Communication and Promotion course. Sharing her passion for insightful writing combined with eye-catching visuals, many of her former students now work in senior positions throughout the industry.

Apply‌

Closing date: Thursday 31 March 2016


Foundation for Essex Arts Scholarships

The Foundation for Essex Arts Scholarships are available for 3 students studying on any BA (Hons) course at University of the Arts London, and who are experiencing financial hardship.

Eligibility

Students must be:

  • Ordinarily a resident in Basildon and/or Essex prior to studying at University of the Arts London
  • Enrolled on any BA (Hons) course at UAL

About the Scholarship

The Scholarships provide a contribution towards travel, course materials, and living costs. The awards are worth £1,000 for one year one student, £2,000 for one year two student and £3,000 for one year three student.

Applicants must be ordinarily resident in Basildon and/or Essex.

Apply

Applications are welcome from students who are experiencing financial hardship.

Closing date: 1pm, Friday 18 March 2016


Foyer Federation Bursaries

Support is available to any Foyer resident applying for a course at University of the Arts London. Foyer students may apply for a bursary for every year of their course at University of the Arts London.

Eligibility

  • A Foyer resident.
  • Accepted onto an undergraduate course at any of the University of the Arts London colleges.

About the Scholarship

The Foyer Federation works with disadvantaged young people, who are homeless or in housing need, to raise aspirations among residents who have the potential to benefit from higher education and to provide additional support for those who obtain a place at the University.

Apply

Applications are open.


Frank Bowling Scholarship

The Frank Bowling Scholarship of £9,300 each is available for 2 Home/EU students accepted on the MA Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Arts.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
  • Accepted onto the MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts, academic year commencing 2016/17.

About the Scholarship

2 annual scholarships have been established by artist Frank Bowling OBE. Frank is an alumnus of Chelsea College of Arts, and former staff member of Byam Shaw and Camberwell College of Arts.
The Awards have been created to support 2 Home/EU students each year on the MA Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Arts, to covercourse fees of £9,300 each.

Apply

Applications are encouraged from Home/ EU students only who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are unable to finance themselves through their studies.

The Scholarship will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

Closing date: 1pm, Friday 19 August 2016


Fung Foundation Study Abroad Scholarship

Fung Foundation Study Abroad Scholarships are available to nominated EU or International students from certain participating institutions.

Eligibility

Accepted to study for two terms on any of the full-time courses outlined in the guidance notes commencing September/October 2016.

About the Scholarships

The Fung Foundation Study Abroad Scholarships are  available to nominated EU or International students from the following participating institutions:

  • Aalto University, School of Arts, Design and Architecture
  • Seoul National University
  • The Hong Kong Polytechnic
  • Tokyo University of the Arts
  • Tsinghua University, Academy of Art and Design

The Scholarship will be assessed on the basis of academic merit, and will cover full tuition fees, as well as provide a contribution to course costs and living expenses.

Apply

Closing date: 1pm, Friday 29 April 2016


Grand Prix LVMH Scholarships

Grand Prix LVMH scholarships are offered to both Home and International students progressing to the final year of BA Fashion at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

Considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
Final year of BA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins.

About the Scholarship

The scholarships have been established through a generous gift from LVMH. There is one scholarship for a Home/EU student and another one for an International student progressing to the final year of the BA (Hons) Fashion course at Central Saint Martins.
The scholarships will cover all tuition fees, plus a contribution towards maintenance expenses.

Apply

Applications are encouraged from students who are in financial hardship and who will benefit from financial support to realise their full potential and to complete their undergraduate studies.

Application will open soon.


Isabella Blow Foundation Scholarship

The Isabella Blow Foundation Scholarship is available to one student each year on the MA Fashion Course at Central Saint Martins, to help contribute to tuition and living costs.

Eligibility

  • Accepted to study MA Fashion at Central Saint Martins.
  • Ordinarily resident in the UK or any member state of the European Union.
  • Not be in receipt of any other scholarship or bursary funding.

About the Scholarship

The scholarship is valued at £22,500 which includes a contribution towards tuition fees and towards living costs.

Apply

Applications are encouraged from Home/ EU students only who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are unable to finance themselves through their studies.

Closing Date: Monday 1 August 2016


Jane Rapley Scholarship

2 Jane Rapley Scholarships of £3,000 each are available to Home, EU or International students currently studying on a MA or MRes course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

Currently studying a full-time MA or MRes course at Central Saint Martins.

About the Scholarship

The Jane Rapley Scholarships were established in honour of former Head of College Jane Rapley to help support students at Central Saint Martins and to ensure that the College continues its strong tradition of providing outstanding education for future generations of talented art, design, and drama students.

Apply

Students will be nominated by their tutors.


John Hoyland Scholarship

The John Hoyland Scholarship will cover full fees, and is there to help those in financial hardship.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
  • Accepted onto MA Fine Fine at Chelsea College of Arts, academic year commencing 2016/17.

About the Scholarship

The John HoylandScholarship has been established by the John Hoyland Trust in memory of artist and former staff member John Hoyland. John was a former lecturer at Chelsea College of Arts and Central Saint Martins, and in 1965 he led Chelsea’s first nationally recognised Post Graduate Diploma in Fine Art.

The selected student will need to demonstrate how they will benefit from postgraduate studies, and provide evidence that they are unable to finance themselves, or continue to postgraduate level, without this additional support.

The scholarship will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

Apply

Closing date: Friday 19 August 2016


L'Wren Scott Scholarships

The L’Wren Scott Fashion Scholarship of £29,500 is available to 1 Home/EU student accepted on the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
  • Accepted onto MA Fashion at Central Saint Martins, academic year commencing 2016/17.

About the Scholarship

A Scholarship has been established through a generous donation from Sir Mick Jagger in memory of his late partner L’Wren Scott. Sir Mick Jagger has funded the 3 year scholarship programme for students studying the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins.

Apply

This award is open to one student from the UK or EU who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.

The Scholarship will be awarded according to academic merit.

Closing date: Monday 1 August 2016


MA Fashion Matters Scholarships

We are pleased to offer scholarships to 3 Home or EU students studying at London College of Fashion.

Eligibility

  • Home or EU fee status.
  • Accepted on any masters course at London College of Fashion, commencing October 2016.

About the Scholarship

  • The MA Fashion Matters Scholarships of £10,000 each are available to three Home or EU students.
  • Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.

Apply

Closing date: Friday 1 July 2016


Mead Scholarships and Fellowships

The Mead Scholarships and Fellowships are one of the most prestigious student and graduate support programmes at the University, designed to support University of the Arts London students and recent graduates in the pursuit of excellence through the development of their creative practice.

About the Scholarship

  • The Mead Scholarships and Fellowships are for talented students and graduates who have demonstrated outstanding ideas and excellence in practice across a wide range of creative sectors, or the use of creative solutions in other sectors.
  • The Mead Scholarship will provide up to three awards of up to £2500 each for Undergraduate students who have already exhibited a high level of creative potential and excellence in practice, and have one further year of study at UAL following receipt of the grant, thus allowing them the summer period before entering their final year of study to develop a body of research and/or practice at a crucial time.
  • The Mead Fellowship will provide up to two awards of up to £10,000 each to new and recent graduates, allowing them the time and flexibility to develop a body of research and/or practice after their graduation.

The Mead Programme is managed by SEE (Student Enterprise and Employability) and generously supported by philanthropist Scott Mead, for an initial five years, beginning 2012/13. Scott Mead is a fine art photographer, philanthropist and investor based in London for over 20 years. From his base in London, many of his current business and philanthropic activities take him to the United States and Asia on a regular basis.

Scott's photographs have been exhibited and sold in the UK, Europe and USA and are held in various private and institutional collections. He is involved with a number of major institutions in education, healthcare and the arts through the Mead Family Foundation, of which he is Founder and Chairman.

He has had over 30 years of experience in the financial services sector, including as a partner and managing director of Goldman Sachs, which he left in 2003, and an investor and director with start-up businesses in media and technology.

Mona Hatoum Bursary

The Mona Hatoum Bursaries of £4,100 is available to 2 eligible, UK, EU or international students each, studying MA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

Enrolled onto the first year of MA Fine Art at Central Saint Martins.

About the Bursaries

The bursaries have been established through a donation from former Visiting Professor, Honorary Fellow and Byam Shaw Alumna Mona Hatoum.

Apply

This award is open to students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are unable to finance themselves through their studies.

The bursaries will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.‌ Applications now open for students who enrolled for academic year of 2015/2016 entry.

Closing date: Tuesday 1 March 2016


Narrative Environment Bursary

This award covers 50% of the tuition fee for year one of the MA Narrative Environments course.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home or EU for fee purposes.
  • Awarded based upon academic excellence.
  • Must be studying MA Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins.

About the Scholarship

Awarded based upon academic excellence and potential.

Apply

There is no application form for this funding. If you meet the eligibility criteria you will automatically be considered for the award.

Patrick & Kelly Lynch Scholarship

The Patrick and Kelly Lynch Scholarship will be offered to Home/EU and international students accepted on the full-time MA Fine Art course at Chelsea College of Arts.

Eligibility

Must be accepted onto the MA Fine Art at Chelsea College of Arts.

About the Scholarship

The scholarship will fully fund tuition fees for a Home/EU student, and will be a contribution towards tuition fees for an international student.

The scholarship has been established by Patrick and Kelly Lynch for students who wish to study Fine Art at postgraduate level. Patrick and Kelly are contemporary art collectors and University Patrons.

Apply

Applications are encouraged from students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are experiencing financial hardship.‌

Applications will open soon.


Ports 1961 Scholarships

The Ports 1961 Scholarship is worth £29,500 which will cover full tuition fees and a contribution towards maintenance costs for 1 Home or EU student accepted on to the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Considered Home/EU for fee purposes.
  • Accepted onto the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins, academic year commencing 2016/17.

About the Scholarship

This scholarship is provided by the prestigious Ports 1961. Established as a japanese silk import company in 1961, this prestigious fashion house has evolved over the years to become globally renowned for its iternational spirit and approach to design.

Apply

The scholarship is open to students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are unable to finance themselves through their studies.

The scholarships are awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

Closing date: Monday 1 August 2016


Sally Woodward Awards

Six awards of £650 are available for final year BA (Hons) Fashion Design students studying at Central Saint Martins who are experiencing financial hardship. Home, EU and International students are eligible to apply.

Eligibility

Students must be enrolled on their final year of a BA (Hons) Fashion Design Degree (full-time) at Central Saint Martins.

About the Awards

Sally had a passion for the arts from a very young age, her primary interest being in fashion design. In the late 1960s, Sally enrolled at the then St Martin’s, where she achieved a BA in Fashion and Textiles. She went on to have a broad-ranging fashion career, which embraced design, retailing, and manufacturing. Sally also taught at both Central Saint Martins and London College of Fashion. 

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Closing date: Friday 18 March 2016


Samsung Fashion and Design Fund Awards (BA)

The Samsung Fashion Design Awards are available to final year BA Fashion Home/EU and Korean students, studying at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Must be ordinarily resident in the UK, EU or South Korea.
  • Studying on the final year of BA Fashion at Central Saint Martins.

About the Scholarship

We are delighted to announce The Samsung Fashion Design Fund Awards of £4,000 each for two final year BA (Hons) Fashion Home/EU and Korean students at Central Saint Martins.

The Samsung Fashion & Design Fund (SFDF) was launched in 2005 to discover and sponsor talented young designers around the world, enabling them to work freely and show the world what they can do. It is part of Samsung Cheil Industries’ efforts to give back to society, in line with Samsung Group’s corporate philosophy of cultivating talented people as a way of contributing to the development of humankind.

Apply

Closing date: Friday 23 September 2016


Samsung Fashion and Design Fund Awards (MA)

£4,000 will be awarded to a final year student studying on the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

Be enrolled on their final year of study on the MA Fashion course at Central Saint Martins, commencing September 2016

About the Scholarship

The Samsung Fashion & Design Fund (SFDF) was launched in 2005 to discover and sponsor talented young designers around the world, enabling them to work freely and show the world what they can do.

It is part of Samsung Cheil Industries’ efforts to give back to society, in line with Samsung Group’s corporate philosophy of cultivating talented people as a way of contributing to the development of humankind.

Apply

Closing date: Friday 23 September 2016


Stationers' Foundation Scholarships

Two awards are available of £6,000 per student from The Stationers’ Foundation annually – One award for a student accepted on the Masters Degree in Publishing at London College of Communication and one for a student accepted on the Masters Degree in Conservation at Camberwell College of Arts.

Eligibility

  • Ordinarily resident in the UK
  • Accepted onto MA Publishing at London College of Communication
  • Accepted onto MA Conservation at Camberwell College of Arts

About the Scholarship

The Stationers’ Foundation is the charitable arm of the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers. It supports a wide range of educational initiatives from primary through to postgraduate education. The Foundation’s new University bursary scheme is aimed at students who plan to study on postgraduate courses which reflect the industry sectors that the Stationers’ Company specifically support.

MA courses at ten universities have been selected for this scheme.

The successful recipient will be offered the opportunity to receive mentoring during the period of their studies from an appropriate Stationer, taking into account the specific interests of the student. Upon successful completion of the Masters programme, the Bursary recipient will be presented with the Freedom of the Worshipful Company of Stationers and Newspaper Makers and will be expected to participate in the life of the Company.

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Applications are encouraged from students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are in financial hardship.

Closing date: 12pm, Friday 27 May 2016


Tara Nirula ISH/LCF Graduate Scholarship

The Tara Nirula ISH/LCF Graduate scholarship is a combined tuition fee and residential scholarship offered to one international student from India.

Eligibility

  • Ordinarily resident in India.
  • Accepted onto one of the following courses:
    • MA Strategic Fashion Marketing
    • MA Fashion Retail Management
    • MA Fashion Design Management
    • MA Fashion Entrepreneurship and Innovation

About the Scholarship

The Tara Nirula ISH/LCF Graduate Scholarship is offered annually and is the product of a partnership between International Students House, one of London's largest residences for International Students and London College of Fashion, one of the UK's leading institutions for fashion studies.‌‌

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We are looking for individuals with the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to the worlds of art, design, communication and performance.  Applications are encouraged from those who feel they will benefit from further study to realize their full potential.

Applications will open soon.


TECHNE Studentships

UAL is a member of the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) TECHNE Doctoral Training Partnership. TECHNE welcomes both interdisciplinary research proposals and those focused within traditional discipline areas.

Eligibility

International (Overseas) students are not eligible to apply for Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) studentships, and EU students should carefully read the eligiblility criteria to find out of they are eligible for fees and maintenance, or fees only.

All AHRC awards are subject to the AHRC Terms and Conditions, so please familiarise yourself with these before applying.

Further information about eligiblity criteria, and terms and conditions, can be found in the AHRC's Research Funding Guide.

About the Scholarship

TECHNE brings together seven universities in London and the southeast of England to provide studentships and training for the contemporary postgraduate researcher in a fully-formedprogramme for academic, professional and early career development.

TECHNE welcomes both interdisciplinary research proposals and those focused within traditional discipline areas, and around 50 new awards, covering tuition fees and maintenance (depending on eligibility), are made each year across the consortium for a range of arts and humanities disciplines.

Maintenance rates for 2016/17 have not yet been announced by the AHRC, but for comparison, the 2015/16 maintenance rate for full-time students is £16,075.

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Applications are now closed.


Theory Scholarship

The Theory Scholarship Award is worth £22,500 and is available to 1 student each year on the MA Fashion Course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Ordinarily resident in the UK or any member state of the European Union.
  • Accepted onto MA Fashion at Central Saint Martins.

About the Scholarship

The scholarship is valued at £22,500, which includes payment of course tuition fees and a contribution towards living costs.

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Applications are encouraged from Home/ EU students only who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are unable to finance themselves through their studies.

Closing date: Monday 1 August 2016


Trask Fund MRes Art Bursaries

The Trask Fund MRes Art Bursaries of £2,000 each are available for 6 Home, EU or International students accepted on the MRes Art: Moving Image, MRes Art: Exhibition Studies and the MRes Art: Theory & Philosophy courses at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

Must be accepted onto one of the following Central Saint Martins MA courses:

  • MRes Art: Moving Image
  • MRes Art: Exhibition Studies
  • MRes Art: Theory & Philosophy

About the Scholarship

The bursaries will contribute to tuition fees for first year students only.

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Applications are encouraged from Home/EU and international students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential. 

The bursaries will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

Closing date: Monday 19 September 2016


UAL Bursaries

UAL Bursaries of £1,000 are available for eligible home students studying on undergraduate courses.

Eligibility criteria for students who started their course in 2012/13 and later:

  • You must be studying full time on an undergraduate course.
  • You must be classified as a ‘home’ student by the University.
  • You must be paying tuition fees of £9,000.
  • You must be in receipt of one of the following:
    • £3,387 Maintenance Grant / Special Support Grant from Student Finance England (SFE)
    • £3,475 Maintenance Grant / Special Support Grant from Student Finance Northern Ireland (SFNI)
    • £5,161 Welsh Government Learning Grant / Special Support Grant from Student Finance Wales (SFW)
    • £1,750 Young Students’ Bursary or £750 Independent Students’ Bursary from Student Awards Agency for Scotland (SAAS)

You will be automatically assessed for a UAL Bursary of £1,000 following your application for funding from SFE, SFNI or SFW. Please note that you must consent to share information with the University in your application for funding.

If you are funded via the Student Awards Agency for Scotland then you will need to provide confirmation of your awarded student support to the UAL Student Funding Service in order to be assessed for the UAL Bursary.

Continuing students who were previously awarded a maintenance bursary via the National Scholarship Programme will be awarded a UAL Bursary of £1,000 even if not in receipt of full state funding support in 2015/16.

A maximum of one £1,000 UAL Bursary will be awarded per student.

UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate International Scholarships

Ten scholarships worth £25,000 each are available to applicants meeting eligibility criteria.

Eligibility

  • You must have applied to study a full-time taught masters course at one of UAL’s six Colleges starting in the academic year of 2016/17. Your course must offer either an MA, MDes, MFA, MRes or MSc qualification. Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert), Graduate Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma, M ARCH, MBA, distance learning, blended learning and online courses do not qualify. Read our list of qualifying courses.

    In addition, if you already hold a postgraduate taught qualification from studies undertaken in the UK or abroad, you are not eligible to apply for a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship.
  • You must be ordinarily resident in one of the low income countries detailed at the bottom of this page. In your application you’ll be asked to evidence with documentation that you are ordinarily resident in a qualifying country. For example you may be asked for a copy of your immigration documents, ID card or formal evidence of your address. 
  • Acceptance of the scholarship offer is on the condition that you will return to your home country on completion of your taught masters course.

If you were offered a place on a qualifying full-time taught masters course in 2015/16 but chose to defer your place to start in the academic year of 2016/17 instead, you can apply for a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship. You must meet all of the eligibility criteria and your deferral request to start your course in 2016/17 must have been accepted by UAL.

If you were offered a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship in 2015/16 but chose not to accept the award, you can re-apply for a 2016/17 scholarship if you meet the eligibility criteria. Please be aware that because you were offered an award in 2015/16 this does not guarantee you will also be a successful applicant in 2016/17. You will be subject to the same application and allocation process as all other eligible applicants.

Award Allocation

Scholarships will be awarded by a UAL selection panel. The panel will make their decision based on a review of the personal statements provided as part of the UAL Vice-Chancellor’s International Postgraduate Scholarships application process.

Your completed UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship application form and supporting evidence must be submitted by 4pm BST on Wednesday 1 June 2016.

You will receive notification of the outcome of your scholarship application following confirmation that you have been offered a place on your chosen taught masters course.

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The first step is to register your interest using our online form. In the form we'll ask you to confirm that you meet the eligibility criteria required to apply. Once we've reviewed your details we'll send you an email letting you know what to do next.

Qualifying Countries

You need to be ordinarily resident in one of the low income economy countries listed below to begin to meet the eligibility criteria for a UAL Vice-Chancellor's International Postgraduate Scholarship award.

  • Afghanistan
  • Armenia
  • Bangladesh
  • Benin
  • Bhutan
  • Bolivia
  • Burkina Faso
  • Burundi
  • Cabo Verde
  • Cambodia
  • Cameroon
  • Central Africa Republic
  • Chad
  • Comoros
  • Cote d’Ivoire
  • Democratic Republic of Korea (North Korea)
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo
  • Djibouti
  • Egypt
  • El Salvador
  • Eritrea
  • Ethiopia
  • Federated States of Micronesia
  • Gambia
  • Georgia
  • Ghana
  • Guatemala
  • Guinea
  • Guinea-Bissau
  • Guyana
  • Haiti
  • Honduras
  • Kenya
  • Kiribati
  • Kosovo
  • Kyrgyz Republic
  • Lao PDR
  • Lesotho
  • Liberia
  • Madagascar
  • Malawi
  • Mali
  • Mauritania
  • Moldova
  • Morocco
  • Mozambique
  • Myanmar
  • Nepal
  • Nicaragua
  • Niger
  • Nigeria
  • Pakistan
  • Papua New Guinea
  • Philippines
  • Republic of the Congo
  • Republic of Yemen
  • Rwanda
  • Samoa
  • Sao Tome and Principe
  • Senegal
  • Sierra Leone
  • Solomon Islands
  • Somalia
  • South Sudan
  • Sri Lanka      
  • Sudan
  • Swaziland
  • Syrian Arab Republic
  • Tajikistan
  • Tanzania
  • Timor-Leste
  • Togo
  • Uganda
  • Ukraine
  • Uzbekistan
  • Vanuatu
  • Vietnam
  • West Bank and Gaza Strip
  • Zambia
  • Zimbabwe

UAL Vice-Chancellor's Postgraduate UK and EU Scholarships

Over 150 scholarships are available to applicants meeting eligibility criteria. A scholarship provides a 50% tuition fee waiver for a full-time taught masters course at one of UAL’s six Colleges starting in the academic year of 2016/17.

Eligibility

  • You must have applied to study a full-time taught masters course at one of UAL’s six Colleges starting in the academic year of 2016/17. Your course must offer either an MA, MDes, MFA, MRes or MSc qualification.Postgraduate Certificate (PgCert), Graduate Diploma, Postgraduate Diploma, M ARCH, MBA, distance learning, blended learning and online courses do not qualify. Read our list of qualifying courses.

In addition, if you already hold a postgraduate taught qualification from studies undertaken in the UK or abroad, you are not eligible to apply for a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship.

  • Your personal income must be £35,000 or less (or the equivalent exchange value in an EU member state currency) at the point of scholarship application. As an example, a personal income of £35,000 is around €44,837. Visit the Oanda Trade Currency Exchange website for an up-to-date currency conversion.

In your application you’ll be asked to evidence your personal income (from all sources) with documentation, whether you are employed, unemployed or currently studying. For example, if you are:

Employed and/or have other types of personal income: A copy of your most recent tax statement or copies of your payslips covering a period of three months. Other types of personal income include share certificates or dividend statements for stocks, shares or bonds.

Unemployed and/or in receipt of benefits: A copy of your latest award letter for any benefits you receive. You will also need to provide evidence of any other unearned income during that year to calculate your personal income. If you are not currently receiving benefits you will only need to evidence that your personal income from all sources is £35,000 or less.

Studying: A copy of any award notices of student financial support for 2015/16. You will also need to provide evidence of any earned and unearned income during that year to calculate your personal income. If you are not currently receiving student financial support you will only need to evidence that your personal income from all sources is £35,000 or less.

  • You need to qualify for the Home/EU category of tuition fee status. Home/EU tuition fee status includes complying with immigration and residence conditions for the UK. You may be asked to complete to UAL Fee Assessment Form to confirm your status. Visit the UK Council for International Student Affairs (UKCISA) website to find out whether you are required to pay Home/EU or Overseas fees. Visit our Postgraduate Tuition Fees page for further tuition fee information for University of the Arts London.

If you were offered a place on a qualifying full-time taught masters course in 2015/16 but chose to defer your place to start in the academic year of 2016/17 instead, you can apply for a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship. You must meet all of the eligibility criteria and your deferral request to start your course in 2016/17 must have been accepted by UAL.

If you were offered a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship in 2015/16 but chose not to accept the award, you can re-apply for a 2016/17 scholarship if you meet the eligibility criteria. Please be aware that because you were offered an award in 2015/16 this does not guarantee you will also be a successful applicant in 2016/17. You will be subject to the same application and allocation process as all other eligible applicants.

Award Allocation

Scholarships will be awarded on a first-come, first-served basis from the acknowledgement date of your completed scholarship application and supporting evidence.

If your qualifying full-time masters course is due to start in September/October 2016, your completed UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship application form and supporting evidence must be submitted by 4pm, Wednesday 1 June 2016.

If your qualifying full-time masters course is due to start in January 2017, your completed UAL Vice-Chancellor’s Postgraduate Scholarship application form and supporting evidence must be submitted by 4pm, Monday 31 October 2016.

You will receive notification of the outcome of your scholarship application following confirmation that you have been offered a place on your chosen taught masters course.

If you are awarded a UAL Vice-Chancellor’s UK or EU Postgraduate Scholarship, this may be used in conjunction with external sources of funding subject to the eligibility terms of those awards. For example you may be able to apply for a £10,000 repayable loan to help fund your studies with the Postgraduate Loan Scheme offered by Student Finance England.

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Once you've applied for a qualifying course we'll send you an email with details on how (if you meet the given eligibility criteria) you can apply for a UAL Vice-Chancellor's UK and EU Postgraduate Scholarship award.


WESLDET MA Material Futures Scholarships

The Walter Edmund Sykes Lunn Design Education Trust (WESLDET) Scholarship of £9,500 is available to 2 Home/EU students accepted on the MA Material Futures course at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.

Eligibility

  • Ordinarily resident in the UK.
  • Enrolled on the MA Material Futures course at Central Saint Martins commencing September 2015.

About the Scholarship

The scholarship will be assessed on the basis of financial need and academic merit. The scholarship will cover the course tuition fees for the 2 year course.

Applications are welcome from those who are in financial hardship and will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential.

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Closing date: 6pm, Monday 22 February 2016


WeTransfer Scholarships

The WeTransfer Scholarship for tuition fees is available for 1 international student and 1 Home/EU student accepted on the MA Material Futures course at Central Saint Martins.

Eligibility

  • Be a Home/EU or International student for fee assessment purposes and
  • have accepted a place on the MA Material Futures course at Central Saint Martins, commencing September 2016.

Or

  • Be a graduate, having already gained a first or 2:1 in a Bachelors Degree from a Higher Education institution, or an HE accredited Further Education institution.

Or

  • (For applicants without a Bachelor's Degree) Be able to demonstrate substantial equivalent and applicable experience.

About the Scholarship

The WeTransfer Scholarship aims to promote excellence in design by financially supporting 2 MA students from Central Saint Martins who are deemed to have the ability and potential to make an exceptional contribution to industry.

Scholarships are available for 1 Home/EU student and 1 international student studying MA Material Futures at Central Saint Martins, commencing September 2016. Each scholarship awarded is the value of the tuition fee applied to the MA Material Futures course.

Each scholarship will be awarded according to academic merit.

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Applications will open soon.


Wimbledon College of Arts Trust Bursaries

Two bursaries worth £5,000 each are available for students accepted onto a postgraduate taught course at Wimbledon College of Arts starting in 2016/17.

Eligibility

  • Home, EU or international tutition fee status.
  • Accepted onto a postgraduate taught course at Wimbledon College of Arts starting in 2016/17.

About the Scholarship

Two bursaries of £5,000 each are available for eligible students accepted onto a postgraduate taught course starting at Wimbledon College of Arts in 2016/17.

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Students who will benefit from postgraduate studies to realise their full potential and who are in financial hardship are encouraged to apply. The bursary will be awarded according to financial need and academic merit.

All applications must be supported with an academic or professional reference.

Applications will open soon.


YatMalmgren Bursary

The Friends of Drama Centre London award an annual YatMalmgren Bursary to the value of £4,000.

We cannot accept applications for this award, students will be nominated by their tutors.

About the Award

Named after one of the founding fathers of the Drama Centre London, the renowned dancer, movement director and teacher Dr. YatMalmgren, the Bursary will be awarded to a second or third year BA student at the Drama Centre London who has demonstrated excellence. In view of YatMalmgren’s profound interest in world culture, preference will be given to applicants from outside the European Union.

 

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