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Scholarship Awards

This section provides a summary of the generous range of scholarships and bursaries offered by UCK to support talented students from every background.

If you have a scholarship award from your College, school or department for all or part of your tuition fee, confirmation of this should be sent to:

The Bursar Office, Room 105
The London College UCK
Victoria Gardens
London W11 3PE
United Kingdom

You do not need to provide confirmation that you are receiving one or more of the following scholarships as these are administered by our Bursar Office.

Student Hardship Bursary Awards

The Student Hardship Bursary Awards are dedicated to support UK/EU ('home') undergraduate self-sponsored students who have lost their main source of income due to serious illness, loss of employment or death of their sponsors. Such UK students should also have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement. In 2012, if you are a UK/EU ('home') undergraduate student who has lost your annual household income due to the reasons stated above and you are liable to pay your own tuition fees, you will be entitled to a Student Hardship Bursary Award which is worth of up to £1,500.00 per year. Students who fail to achieve the required overall grade of distinction may qualify for partial award to be decided by scholarship committee.

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Student Achievement Scholarship Awards

The College provides Student Achievement Scholarship Awards worth of up to £1,500.00 for each year of study to UK ('home') and EU undergraduate students who submit outstanding entry qualifications and who continue to demonstrate outstanding academic performance in examination/assessment results (an overall distinction grade). Students who fail to achieve the required overall grade of distinction may qualify for partial award to be decided by scholarship committee.

The Student Achievement Scholarship Award is specifically for students achieving AAB at A level (or equivalent grades in other qualifications) on specified programmes in the following subject areas:

  • Computing and Systems Development
  • Health and Social Care
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Construction and Built Environment
  • Art and Design and Graphic Design
  • Business and Management

 

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Family Crisis Scholarship Scheme

The Family Crisis Scholarship Scheme funds support UK ('home') undergraduate students within specific household income brackets and, as in the case of the Student Achievement Scholarship Award, those UK students who have also demonstrated outstanding academic achievement.

In 2012, if you are a UK ('home') undergraduate student from a household whose annual income is less than or equal to £25,000.00 and you are liable to pay tuition fees, you will be entitled to this UCK bursary worth of up to £1,000.00 per year.

In 2012, if you are a UK ('home') undergraduate student whose household income is less than or equal to £20,000.00 and you have attained A-level grades AAB (or equivalent grades in other qualifications), you will be entitled to the Student Achievement Scholarship worth of up to £2,000.00 per year (subject to satisfactory academic progress).

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Student Attainment Scholarship Awards

The College provides Student Attainment Scholarship Awards worth of up to £1,000.00 for each year of study to UK ('home') and EU undergraduate students who submit outstanding entry qualifications and who continue to demonstrate outstanding extra curriculum activities (such as sport, drama, exhibition participation and other outstanding educational performances).

Paid in two instalments, one in the middle of each semester, Attainment Scholarship Awards will be available for the duration of the programme of study as long as you pass the year of study. Students who fail to attain the required extra curriculum activity may qualify for partial award to be decided by scholarship committee.

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The Postgraduate Loyalty Awards

In 2012, awards of £500.00 are available to UK/EU ('home') UCK graduates who completed and were awarded an overall grade of ´┐┐Distinction´┐┐ at undergraduate level. The award will be available to those entering full-time or part-time master's or research programmes and will be deducted from your tuition fees. You do not need to apply for the award. If you meet the criteria outlined above the award will be automatically considered.

You will not be eligible for this award if you are already receiving external scholarship support for postgraduate study equal to or in excess of £500.00.

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International Student Scholarship Awards

The College provides International Student Scholarship Awards worth of up to £1,500.00 for each year of study to international ('overseas') students who submit outstanding entry qualifications and who continue to demonstrate outstanding academic performance in examination/assessment results (overall Distinction grade). Students who fail to achieve the required overall grade of distinction may qualify for partial award to be decided by scholarship committee.

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Principal's International Attainment Scholarship

The Principal's International Attainment Scholarship is available to international ('overseas') undergraduate students who enter the College in 2012 with outstanding qualifications and who continue to demonstrate outstanding academic performance in exams/assessments (overall Distinction grade). Students who fail to achieve the required overall grade of distinction may qualify for partial award to be decided by scholarship committee.

The Principal's International Attainment Scholarship is specifically for students achieving AAB at A level (or equivalent grades in other non-UK qualifications).

The award is valued at £1,500.00 and will be deducted from your tuition fees each year, subject to you passing the year of study on your first attempt with an overall average of Distinction. Please note that the award is not available to students registered on the undergraduate foundation programmes and that students already receiving official sponsorship equal to or greater than the full tuition cost of their programme will not be eligible.

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