2022/2023 Bartlett Promise Scholarship: Applicants must be nationals of a Bartlett approved list of Sub-Saharan African countries who are studying a Bartlett master’s program. Read the whole eligibility criteria, selection procedure, and frequently asked questions.
To address the lack of diversity in the built environment sector, The Bartlett Promise signifies a long-term commitment to attract and support students from a greater range of backgrounds to study at The Bartlett. For the course of their program, the scholarships cover tuition, living expenses, and study costs, as well as professional and personal assistance and career counseling.
With the help of our esteemed donors Jestico + Whiles, Derwent London, and the Aziz Foundation, the scheme now supports 21 UK undergraduates, 13 Master’s, and 4 PhD students in their second year.
The Bartlett has built a one-of-a-kind UK-focused scholarship that will continue to grow with each passing year, and they are now expanding their efforts abroad. Four scholarships for students from Sub-Saharan Africa will be available to start at The Bartlett in September 2022, with applications beginning on March 1, 2022. The scholarships are available to nationals of 48 Sub-Saharan African nations who have been offered a place to study in the United States.
About the Scholarship:
University College London, sometimes known as ‘London’s Global University,’ is the University of London’s oldest and largest college. It is now ranked 8th in the world (QS World Institution Rankings 2022) and the top-rated research university in the United Kingdom (Research Excellence Framework). The university was founded in 1826 and presently has over 40,000 students, with 53 percent of them being international students. UCL is a member of the Russell Group of UK institutions, as well as the League of European Research Universities, a consortium of European research universities that aims to influence European policy and promote best practices through mutual sharing of experience. UCL has a total of 30 Nobel Laureates among its faculty and alumni, with 840 professors and 7,000 academic staff dedicated to research and teaching throughout 11 faculties. Students at UCL have close ties to a number of prominent teaching hospitals, including the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, the Royal Free Hospital, and Moorfields Eye Hospital.
University College London is actively pushing the concept of education for global citizenship in order to ensure that students have the freedom and encouragement to explore ideas from many cultural viewpoints while working on international initiatives. According to the 2014 Research Excellence Framework, University College London is the finest university in the UK for research strength, producing the most ‘world leading’ research. For the last eight years, the UCL Institute of Education has been ranked as the best university in the world for the study of Education (QS World University Rankings by Subject), and in 2015, it received the Queen’s Anniversary Prize, a celebration of excellence, innovation, and public benefit in work carried out by UK colleges and universities. University College London is located in Bloomsbury, in the heart of London, near a multitude of intellectual resources such as museums and libraries, academic and professional bodies, theaters, hospitals, and medical institutes. A new state-of-the-art UCL East campus is also being built adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, which will eventually house 4,000 students and 260 academic staff and bring together eight UCL faculties.
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University College London
Scholarship Country: United Kingdom
Scholarship Worth: £15,364
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: International Students
Full international tuition fees, a living and study expenses allowance (£15,364) for the normal duration of the program at UCL, a flight to/from the UK, UK Study Visa costs, English language assessment costs, health test costs, master’s program application fee costs, and the NHS health supplement charge in the UK Throughout their studies, all Promise scholars will get ongoing academic and career support.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
The Bartlett Promise strives to make postgraduate courses at The Bartlett, UCL’s Faculty of the Built Environment, more accessible to students from underrepresented backgrounds. Candidates for the Bartlett Promise Sub-Saharan African scholarship must meet the following requirements:
- be a national of one of The Bartlett’s authorized list 2 of Sub-Saharan African (SSA) countries and a resident of a qualifying SSA country.
- have an unconditional or conditional offer of admission to a Bartlett master’s program for study in 2022/23, which is either unconditional or conditional only on your ability to communicate in English.
- be in need of financial assistance as determined by UCL 3
- Candidates should ideally meet at least one of the following additional criteria in addition to these:
- be a migrant who has been forced to leave their home 4
- be the first in your family to attend university on a full-time basis
- to be the first generation in your family to attend a postgraduate university
- Criteria for eligibility in 2023/24 and beyond may alter.
- A household income of less than £42,875 was determined.
- Those who have been awarded a temporary form of leave as a result of an asylum or human rights application, including refugees, asylum seekers, and those who have been granted a temporary form of leave as a result of an asylum or human rights application (e.g., limited leave to remain, discretionary leave to remain, humanitarian protection, UASC leave).
The University College London 2022-2023 Bartlett Promise Scholarship for Sub-Saharan African Students is open to all Sub Saharan African students
- Are you both interested and qualified? To apply, go to www.ucl.ac.uk at University College London.
- First, you must be accepted into a Bartlett master’s program. Please see the FAQs below for more information on how to find a program that is right for you and how to apply.
- You should apply as soon as possible, but no later than February 14 for The Bartlett School of Architecture and February 28 for all other Bartlett institutions. After receiving your entire application, academic transcripts, and both references, UCL expects to make a decision within six weeks. Please keep in mind that when application numbers are high, it may take three to four months. It is strongly advised that you apply as soon as possible; a six-week turnaround cannot be guaranteed.
- Please visit the FAQs for details on how to get your application fee waived.
- Once you’ve received a place offer, you can apply for a scholarship through The Bartlett Promise.
- The Bartlett Promise application form will begin on March 1, 2022, and close at 23.45 BST on April 18, 2022. Details on how to apply can be found in the FAQs. Please indicate your interest in studying at The Bartlett if you would want to receive an email notification when the application form becomes available.
The application deadline for University College London 2022-2023 Bartlett Promise Scholarship for Sub-Saharan African Students Is April 18, 2022