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Postgraduate UK Achievement Scholarship

You can help fund your course with a Postgraduate UK Achievement Scholarship, which consists of £1,500 (in the first year only) towards tuition fees.

Complete the form below to apply; additionally, please email your personal statement to fundingsupport@coventry.ac.uk.

 

Eligibility criteria

  • Available to all UK students applying for a full-time postgraduate programme at Coventry University, excluding distance learning, blended learning or part-time programmes.
  • Scholarships are allocated on the basis of academic merit: applicants must obtain a first class Honours degree or equivalent. The UK NARIC qualifications guide will be used to assess the level of foreign qualifications.

Applicants must submit a supporting statement by providing a personal profile stating the reasons why they deserve the award; this should include why they wish to do the course and how this will have an impact on their future prospects and career.

Within the statement the panel will wish to see evidence of overcoming obstacles to achieve academic success, your passion for the course, including whether that passion has been influenced by any events in your life. The profile must be written by the applicant (please include your student ID). Please email this to fundingsupport@coventry.ac.uk.

 

It is your responsibility to ensure that the application form reaches Coventry University by this deadline. Applications received after this date will not be considered. Scholarship decisions will be made by the Scholarship Committee. 

You have until 31 December 2017 to make your application. Applicants to be notified by Friday 19 January 2018.

See the bottom of the page for terms and conditions; any queries relating to these or to the scholarship should be addressed to:

Student Funding Team
Room G17, Student Centre
Coventry University
Tel: +44 (0) 24 7615 2040
Email: fundingsupport@coventry.ac.uk

When filling in this form, note that ( * ) indicates a mandatory field.

Terms and Conditions
  • All approved fee reductions/discounts will be applied soon after enrolment in that academic year/intake.
  • All scholarships and discounts will be awarded at the entire discretion of Coventry University.
  • Students cannot have more than one scholarship in conjunction with another at any given time.
  • Scholarships are only available to self-funded students; sponsored students are not eligible.
  • This scholarship is for the January 2018 intake only.  Scholarships cannot be claimed once the intake date has passed.
  • If, following enrolment, you change to a part-time course the scholarship will become void and your funding shall be withdrawn. Any funds already received will need to be repaid promptly.
  • The University’s decision on the interpretation of eligibility criteria is final and there is no right of appeal. You must comply with all requests for additional information to establish your eligibility in the timeframes specified and you must provide any proofs requested by the stated deadline.
  • The University reserves the right to terminate an award and demand repayment of funds already paid in case of disciplinary action against an award-holder. Cases will be considered on an individual basis by the Head of Student Funding.
  • The University reserves the right to withdraw a scholarship from anyone who is found to have misled the University about any aspect of their eligibility and to seek repayment of any monies already paid by appropriate means.
  • There is no right of appeal against the University’s decision in relation to your eligibility for an award based on your widening participation or your academic profile. You may make a complaint if you believe that you have not been considered for an award because of a procedural error, or you believe that there has been some other procedural problem with our allocating and awarding system.
  • The University reserves the right to amend or withdraw scholarships at any time.