Artificial Intelligence and Data Science Postgraduate Scholarship

The scholarship is a £10,000 cash bursary or fee waiver to study data science, business analytics and fintech at the University of Greenwich.

The scholarship is a £10,000 cash bursary or fee waiver to study one of the following programmes:

The scholarship is to assist applicants from under-represented groups to complete their study and progress into the AI and Data science workforce, and is available for full and part-time study of this course. Please note that part-time students will be awarded the scholarship on a pro rata basis.

A total of 62 scholarships are available for academic year 2024/25.

Scholarship funding will be prioritised for female students, black students, disabled students, and those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds, to ensure that the AI and data science workforce reflects the makeup of our society. The scholarship is available only for those underrepresented students who meet the eligibility criteria outlined below who go on to become registered students at the University of Greenwich.

Eligibility Criteria

Priority for the scholarships will be given to the following four groups:

  1. Black students
  2. Female students
  3. Disabled students
  4. Students from low socioeconomic background (Index of Multiple Disadvantage quintiles 1 and 2, low household income)

Consideration will also be given to applicants who meet other underrepresented criteria in the following secondary categories:

  1. Care experienced students
  2. Estranged students
  3. Gypsy, Roma, Traveller students
  4. Refugees
  5. Children from military families, veterans, and partners of military personnel

Applicants must also:

Detailed eligibility criteria

Application Process

The application for the scholarship is made as part of the application to study one of the three aforementioned Postgraduate courses.

To be considered for a scholarship, applicants must, by the deadlines below, have:

Scholarships will be allocated on a first come first serve basis to the four priority groups.

Consideration will also be given to applicants who meet the other underrepresented criteria in the secondary categories from: Friday 28 June 2024.

All applicants will be contacted to advise on an offer of a place to study on the course, and the outcome of the scholarship award, as soon as possible.

Once the available number of awards have been fully allocated, updated information will be added to this website page advising scholarships are closed.


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