Middlesex is one of the most prestigious universities in London and it’s offering ten scholarships which are designed to help young students pursue their academic goals. The ten scholarships are reserved for outstanding students and they all offer financial help alongside other bonuses. Without any further ado, let’s go ahead and check out which are the ten scholarships that the University of Middlesex offers.
The University of Middlesex in London: Ten Scholarships
#1 The Redrow Aspirational Award
Redrow Housing has kindly donated the funds for this award and it is open to any undergraduate student studying any subject starting this year. If you are currently living in London and come from a financially disadvantaged background you are eligible to apply. You must also be a hard-working student. This scholarship offers £2,000.
#2 The Optivo Study4Success Award
Optivo Housing, the provider of student accommodation on campus are offering to pay for one room for one incoming student starting in September this year. Do you already live in social housing and have you completed any community work that has created a positive impact? Then you could be eligible to apply for this award.
#3 Significant achievement in sport
If you are competing at a regional or national level in your sport, you could be eligible for support and funding through the Middlesex Sport Scholarship Scheme. This is for talented sports performers, who are keen to continue their sporting endeavours and compete for the University. There are three levels of scholarship available with financial support ranging from £200 to £1,000 in any academic year. The decision on the level of financial support offered to successful applicants will be made by the Scholarships Committee, whose decision is final. Applications must be supported by a written reference and evidence relevant to your sporting achievements. This scholarship ranges from £200 to £1,000.
#4 The Glenn Vaus Scholarship – Interior Design students
The Glenn Vaus Scholarship was set up by the family of Glenn Vaus in his memory. Glenn Vaus was an Interior Design Alumni of Middlesex University and this Scholarship is open to all Interior Design students progressing to either their second or third year of studies. This is a £3,000 scholarship.
Applications will open in March 2020.
#5 The Lucy Graham Dance Award
The Lucy Graham Dance award is funded by the family of Lucy Graham, a well-respected dancer and teacher.
The value of the award is £500 and if you are current student enrolled on a BA Dance Programme or starting your course in September you are eligible to apply. To win this award you should be able to display achievement despite economic and personal difficulties and have completed some dance-focused community engagement. This is a £500 scholarship.
#6 Receive a Community Scholarship
The Middlesex University Community Scholarship is awarded to undergraduate students who have been an excellent role model within their school, college or community, and/or have succeeded in overcoming personal difficulties or challenging situations. This is a £6,000 (£2,000 per year of study) scholarship.
Applications will open in March 2020.
#7 The Middlesex University Food Practical Prize
The Middlesex University Food Safety Prize is available to any Environmental Health student who has demonstrated excellent academic potential, and achieved the best overall performance in their Food Practical exam in the opinion of the Food Practical examiners. Each student will receive a £100 cash award.
#8 Santander Mobility Scholarship
There are twenty Santander Mobility Scholarships available for students who study abroad on an international exchange. This is a £500 scholarship.
#9 The SureFoot Solutions Food Safety Dissertation Project Prize
The SureFoot Solutions Food Safety Prize is awarded to the Environmental Health student who has demonstrated excellent academic and research skills, and achieved the best overall grade in their dissertation project within the area of Food Safety. This is a £150 scholarship.
#10 The Santander Work-Based Learning Award
The Santander Work-Based Learning Award has been kindly donated by Santander as part of the Santander Universities Scheme. If you are currently enrolled on a work-based learning course, are a postgraduate or research student, and can display academic excellence then you are eligible to apply for this award. The value of the award is £5,000.
Deadline and Official Letter
The deadline for these scholarships is Friday 30 August 2019. In addition, everyone can CLICK HERE and visit the official website for additional information.
Originally posted by: Muhammad Yousaf