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Imperial College London A&BK Undergraduate Scholarship, UK 2024

Application is now open for the A&BK Undergraduate Scholarship at Imperial College London. Interested candidates are encouraged to send their applications in before the deadline date.

About Imperial College London and Scholarship

Located in London, England, Imperial College London, officially known as Imperial College of Science, Technology, and Medicine (or just Imperial), is a public research institution.

Applications for the A&BK Scholarships are now being accepted in the Department of Chemical Engineering and will not be accepted after the academic year 2024–2025. All scholarships are given out only if the recipient agrees to the terms and conditions of the award.

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Every year, which began in the academic year 2022–2023 and concludes in the academic year 2026–2027, the Department of Chemical Engineering will offer the A&BK Undergraduate Scholarship.

Details about A&BK Undergraduate Scholarship at Imperial College London:

Scholarship Sponsor: Department of Chemical Engineering/Imperial College London

Scholarship Value: Cash bursary of £20,000 per year to be paid towards tuition fees and living costs

Number of awards: 1

Study level: Undergraduate

Host Institution(s): Imperial College London

Courses: Chemical Engineering

Benefits:

  • A cash bursary of £20,000 per year, payable for a maximum of four academic years, will be awarded to the winning Scholar.
  • The applicable tuition expenses will be covered by the scholarships, and the remaining £20,000 will be given to the student as a maintenance stipend.
  • Except for repeated study terms, the award has a maximum duration of four years.

Eligibility Criteria for A&BK Undergraduate Scholarship

All students who fulfill the requirements below by Friday, May 24, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. (UK local time), are eligible for the scholarship:

  • Possess a household income, as verified by their local financial authority (SFE, SFW, SAAS, or SFNI), of little more than £42,000.
  • Have a status of home fees
  • Be categorized as having a background in “widening participation.” For the contextual admissions initiatives, you have to be eligible. Please get in touch with the appropriate admissions staff if you have any queries concerning the requirements for eligibility for the admissions programs.
  • They intend to start their undergraduate studies in 2024–2025 at the Faculty of Engineering’s Department of Chemical Engineering.
  • Possess a college admissions offer to pursue a three- or four-year full-time undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Engineering’s Department of Chemical Engineering.

Please note: This scholarship is not available to continuing students.

Selection Criteria

  • The UCAS application will be used by the Department of Chemical Engineering to determine the applicants’ ranking based on potential and/or academic merit for scholarships.
  • At the latest, on July 31, 2024, the selected candidate will receive an email notification. Kindly consider your application failed if you have not received a response from the school by this date.

Application Process for A&BK Undergraduate Scholarship

To apply you must complete the following 2 steps:

  • Apply for student finance and be approved by Student Finance England (SFE) or a comparable funding body after being “means-tested.” When a student provides information about their household income, their student finance body uses that information to determine how much maintenance support they qualify for. This process is known as “means-tested.” Your household income information must be less than £42,000 annually and must be verified to the college by SFE by the deadline of Friday, May 24, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. (UK local time) to be eligible for this scholarship. It is advised that you seek to be means tested as soon as the student loan applications open to be eligible for the scholarship, as SFE may take up to 8 weeks to review applications. Make sure you give the College permission to share your household income information (which consists of both your income and the income of your parents or spouse) with SFE. This is crucial since it allows the college to obtain the information about your household income that they require to assess your eligibility for the scholarship.
  • Apply through the UCAS application form for your study at the Department of Chemical Engineering and receive an admissions offer by Friday, May 24, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. (UK local time).

The Submission Deadline is: May 24, 2024

Not interested in this particular scholarship? See other UK scholarships here.

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