If you are applying for a master's degree in the School of Health Sciences and are currently on an undergraduate programme in the school, you may be eligible to apply for a £2,500 scholarship.
The School of Health Sciences has two Dean's Scholarships of £2,500 available for academically outstanding students who are currently studying on an undergraduate Programme in the School of Health Sciences and who wish to progress onto a master’s programme (September or January intake).
For all successful applicants, the total scholarship amount will be awarded to full-time students in the form of a fee waiver from the second fee instalment. For part-time students, half of the amount will be awarded in the form of a fee waiver in the first year and half in the second year of study (again coming off the second fee instalment).
To qualify for The Dean's Scholarship for Academic Excellence, you must:
- Currently be in your final year of undergraduate study in the School of Health Sciences at City, University of London
- Have a grade average of 70% or above in your undergraduate studies
- Be a self-funded student and not in receipt of any other scholarships (except the alumni discount).
Awards will be granted by a scholarship award panel after a shortlist and selection process.
Applications will be considered on the basis of academic excellence (grades obtained in both year 1 and year 2 of Undergraduate study will be taken into account), a personal statement and academic references. Only applicants with an average grade of 70% or above will be considered. The decisions will be made by a selection panel and the decisions made will be final.
How to apply
Scholarship applications are considered on a first come first serve basis.
We are no longer considering applications for January 2022.
Applications for September 2022 would open in January 2022.
Please note: City, University of London, reserves the right to make changes to the terms and conditions of the Dean's Scholarships for Academic Excellence and these will appear on our website.