Applications are now open for the University of the Arts London Scholarship 2019/20. University of the Arts London (UAL) is a collegiate university in London, England, specializing in arts, design, fashion and the performing arts. Further, It is a federation of six art colleges: Camberwell College of Arts, Central Saint Martins, Chelsea College of Arts, the London College of Communication, the London College of Fashion and Wimbledon College of Arts. It was established as a university in 2003 and took its present name in 2004.
- 150 scholarships of £5,000 are available as fee waivers to applicants meeting the eligibility criteria.
- A scholarship provides a £5,000 fee waiver for a full-time taught Masters course (an M ARCH, MA,
MFA, MRes or MSc qualification) at one of UAL’s six Colleges starting in the academic year of
- To be eligible to apply you must be:
- Assessed as a Home or EU student for tuition fee purposes; and
- Holding an offer of a place to study a full-time taught Masters course at UAL (Your
the course must offer either an M ARCH, MA, MFA, MRes or MSc qualification); and also, be in receipt of means-tested benefit at the time of application (to include Universal Credit); or
- have previously been in receipt of student funding from UAL or your previous university awarded on the basis of financial hardship and have graduated within the past three years; or
- have previously been part of the UAL Widening Participation scheme and have
graduated within the past three years; or
- have previously been in care and have graduated in the past three years
How to apply
- Once you’ve received an offer of a place for a qualifying course we’ll send you an email with details about how you can apply for a UAL UK/EU Postgraduate Scholarship.
- If you hold an offer for a course starting in September 2019, your completed UAL UK/EU
Postgraduate Scholarship application form and supporting evidence must be submitted by 5 pm
BST on Friday 30 August 2019.
- If the course you hold an offer for starts in January 2020, the
form and supporting evidence must be submitted by 5 pm BST on Friday 6 December 2019.