StudyQA — University Scholarship — President's Undergraduate Scholarships
Level: Bachelor
Tuition: Partial coverage
Finaid max: 3000  GBP
112
Deadline: Oct 15, 2022
Duration max: 36  months

The President's Undergraduate Scholarships are the most prestigious awards the College has to offer. 

They are designed to reward students of any nationality who demonstrate the highest academic excellence and potential.

  • There are up to 112 President's Undergraduate Scholarships available for students starting their studies in 2019-20.
  • Each President's scholar will receive £1,000 for each undergraduate year of study.
  • The money does not have to be repaid.
  • Scholars will be invited to apply to the Presidents Ambassadors scheme.

The scholarships are funded entirely by philanthropic donations from generous alumni and supporters of the College.

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Finaid max: 3000  GBP

Quota: 112

Each President's scholar will receive £1,000 for each undergraduate year of study.

They are designed to reward students of any nationality who demonstrate the highest academic excellence and potential.

  • There are up to 112 President's Undergraduate Scholarships available for students starting their studies in 2021-22.
  • Each President's scholar will receive £1,000 for each undergraduate year of study (for a maximum of four years).
  • The money does not have to be repaid.
  • Scholars will be invited to apply to the Presidents Ambassadors scheme.

There is no formal application process or separate application form for the President's Undergraduate Scholarship scheme – academic departments are responsible for nominating scholarship recipients as part of the admission process. 

The scholarships are funded entirely by philanthropic donations from generous alumni and supporters of the College.

Your prospective department will use your UCAS application, references and any entry tests or interviews associated with your department to assess your academic merit and potential.

All first-time undergraduate applicants, of any nationality, who have applied to the College by 15 October will be considered for these awards. Graduate Entry Medicine students are not eligible.

Recipients of these awards might find reference to these scholarships as part of their admissions offer via UCAS Track. You will then receive a separate communication from Imperial’s Student Financial Support team a few days later.

If we think you may be eligible to be considered for this award, you will receive an email with more information about the scholarship after you have applied.

If you do not wish to be considered for this scholarship, please contact us and let us know. Make sure you include the name of the scholarship and your College Identifier (CID) number – you can find this on your application acknowledgement email from the College.

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