University College London (UCL) Scholarships 2021-2022: Are you considering a postgraduate study degree at the University College London and/or a scholarship? Then you can take the chance to apply for one or more of the several scholarship offers of the university in the current academic session.
University College London (UCL) is currently offering scholarships and other funding programs including those from external funding sources at it’s Institute for Global Health. UCL also runs scholarships for research degrees. You can choose which is suitable for you and apply to study in one of the top ranking world-class university in the United Kingdom.
University College London (UCL) Scholarships 2021-2022 | Available Funding Programs
Below are a list of currently available scholarships and funding opportunities at University College London (UCL) for 2021-2022 academic session.
Institute for Global Health Postgraduate Bursaries (Open to all IGH MSc applicants)
IGH MSc Postgraduate Bursaries are available to UK and Overseas applicants who have an unconditional or conditional offer to study the MSc in Global Health and Development, MSc Health Economics and Decision Science and MSc Applied Infectious Diseases Epidemiology full time, part time or modular/flexible, for entry in September 2021.
Dr Keith Travel Bursary (Open to current MSc students)
The bursary is intended for students who are studying for the MSc in Global Health and Development and wish to travel abroad to conduct primary data collection for their MSc dissertation.
The Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme (Open to MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology)
Applicants with an offer in the MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology programme are eligible to apply for the academic year 2021/2022.
The Burma Star Scholarship at UCL (Open to all IGH MSc students from certain countries)
The Scholarship is being offered to those studying an MSc at the Institute for Global Health (MSc Global Health and Development, MSc Health Economics and Decision Science and MSc Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology), in particular those whose financial circumstances may restrict their ability to take up further study.
African Graduate Scholarship (open to African nationals currently residing in an African nation with an offer in the MSc Global Health and Development MSc)
The scholarships exist to support African nationals with a high-quality academic and professional background who would not be able to study at UCL without financial assistance.
Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) Travel Awards
Among the University College London (UCL) Scholarships 2021-2022, UCL is offering up to three competitive Africa Health Research Institute (AHRI) Travel Awards for students studying our MScs in Applied Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Global Health and Development and Health Economics and Decision Science.
The Professor Don Brothwell Scholarship (open to UK MSc Global Health and Development applicants)
The Professor Don Brothwell Scholarship provides £3,750 towards supporting an IGH student in financial need studying the MSc Global Health and Development programme.
External sources of funding
- Aga Khan Foundation Scholarship
- Alfred Foster Charitable Settlement, Barclays Bank Trust
- British Federation of Women Graduates
- Cannon Collins Trust Scholarships
- Chevening Scholarships
- Commonwealth Scholarships
- Directory of Social Change
- ESRC Postgraduate Studentship
- European Commission, ALBAN Scholarships
- Europublic Health Scholarships
- Florence Nightingale Foundation
- Marshall Scholarships (for US citizens)
- Mohamedali Karimjee Trust (for African nationals residing in Africa)
- MRC Postgraduate Studentship
- Open Society Institiute & Soros Foundation Scholarships
- Public Health and Foundation of India
- Said Foundation Scholarships
- Swedish International Development and Corporate Agency Scholarships (SIDA)
- The Bedford Charity (The Harpur Trust)
- The World Bank Scholarships
- The World Council of Churches
- Thomas Wall Trust
- Wellcome Trust Awards & Fellowships
- World Health Organisation (WHO): Contact your Ministry of Education or local/regional WHO office for further details.
How to Apply
To apply for the University College London (UCL) Scholarships 2021-2022, you will need to apply for a study place at the Institute for Global Health of the university and then apply separately for any scholarship of your interest. Some scholarships may be automatically awarded after you have been offered a place for a degree study.
Application Deadline: Varies