Bursaries

Greenwich Postgraduate Scholarship 2023

Our Greenwich Postgraduate Scholarship gives final-year undergraduates of the University of Greenwich the chance to receive £5,000 to continue their studies with us.

At the University of Greenwich, we are invested in our mission to create education without boundaries. As a part of this investment, 75 current final year students will be awarded a £5,000 waiver on tuition fees to complete a postgraduate course with us. The scholarships are available for all of our master’s degrees, whether they be completed full-time or part-time.

The scholarship is available for a broad range of Master's degrees for full-time and part-time study.

Am I eligible?

The scholarship is a £5,000 fee waiver to study a master’s courses at the University. The criteria for the scholarship application is as follows:

  • Final-year University of Greenwich undergraduate student predicted to achieve a Second (2:2) or above class degree.
  • Considered a UK national or an EU national resident in the UK paying home fees.
  • Household income is below £43,000 for the 2022/23 academic year, which you can prove to the university.
  • Hold a conditional offer to study a master's programme for 2023/24 (through the PG fast-track application route or a direct PG application)
  • Not already studied a postgraduate degree
  • All candidates must submit a 250-word statement to support their application. Please see the following brief: Please submit a 250-word personal statement about how you have grown whilst with the University and how the scholarship will help you with your postgraduate studies.
  • Close scholarship applications: end of June (Friday 30 June).

How to apply

To apply, complete the online application form below. Before you apply, check you meet the eligibility criteria and read the terms and conditions at the bottom of this page.

Conditions

  • An offer through the PG Fast Track scheme does not guarantee you an offer for the Greenwich Postgraduate Scholarship.
  • The scholarship cannot be combined with other fee waivers (eg the Alumni and First-Class Honours awards). But scholarship holders can apply for a postgraduate loan towards the cost of study.
  • If you have an undergraduate maintenance loan from Student Finance England (SFE), please ensure SFE has consent to share your household income assessment with us.
  • If you have funding from Student Finance Services European Team, Student Finance Wales, Student Finance Northern Ireland or the Student Awards Agency for Scotland, we will ask for documents from your funding provider to verify your household income.

See our general terms and conditions.

If you agree with all the conditions above, then you can apply for the scheme. Applications are considered on an individual basis and those awarded will be contacted after the closing date in spring 2023.

Applications can be made from 14 Nov 2022 until 30 June 2023