Scholarships at University of Hull
|Vice-Chancellor Circle Scholarships|
|Scholarship Name||Vice-Chancellor Circle Scholarships|
About this award
Donors and Alumni are pleased to offer a bursary worth £5,000 each to six students studying MSc Renewable Energy or MSc Flood Risk Management, starting in September 2020.
The bursary is for students who have been awarded a First Class undergraduate degree OR meet at least one of our widening participation criteria.
How to apply
To be successful, tell us in 250 words why the MSc Renewable Energy or MSc Flood Risk Management will benefit you and your aspirations in renewable energy or flood risk management in the future. You will also need to cite your MyAdmin MSc application number in your scholarship application.
Please send your application to email@example.com quoting ‘VCC Scholarship in Renewable Energy / Flood Risk Management’ in the subject line.
You can apply for the Vice-Chancellor’s Circle (VCC) Scholarships if you meet all of the following criteria:
For Home students any one of the following:
For EU and International students the following:
Applications will be reviewed by members of the Access, Funding and Support Office and the Energy and Environment Institute.
When reviewing your application we'll look at personal circumstances, widening participation criteria and take into account academic achievements. All applications are anonymised and the decision is discretionary and final.
When assessing your application, we will consider whether you:
The University of Hull recognises that the provision of equal opportunity, valuing diversity and promoting a culture of inclusion is vital to our success. We know that when people come together with different views, approaches and insights it can lead to richer, more creative and innovative teaching and research and the highest level of student experience.
Depending on which criteria you meet, you may be asked to submit additional documents as supporting evidence.
This is a competitive bursary scheme, and eligibility does not guarantee an award.
The scholarship application is a separate process to applying for a course. Being awarded a scholarship does not guarantee you will be made an academic offer.
This award cannot be held in conjunction with any University of Hull scholarship or financial award other than the Graduate Studentship.
The recipient will be required to write a thank you letter to the donor and may be asked to take part in promotional activities in relation to the bursary.
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