University of the Arts London Vice-Chancellor's Postgraduate International Scholarships
Ten scholarships worth £25,000 each are available to applicants meeting eligibility criteria.
- 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.
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.
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.
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