Courtauld Bursary

Courtauld Institute of Art, University of London

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Award info

  • Award values:
  • Bursary :£3000

    It is envisaged that the award will normally comprise £3,000 as a fee waiver, but students may elect to use £2,000 as a fee waiver and take £1,000 as a cash bursary for maintenance costs.
  • Award type:
    • Hardship/poverty scholarship
  • Award coverage:
  • Varies
  • Award level:
  • All
  • Number of awards:
  • All eligible students
Application info

  • Nationality:
  • All
  • Gender:
  • Both
  • Eligibility requirement:
  • We will award £3,000 to each entrant who qualifies for the full Maintenance Grant (i.e. has a household income of £25,000 or less) and comes from a group identified by the Higher Education Funding Council as being under- represented in higher education: State-school educated, National Statistics Socio-Economic Classification Groups 4-7, Resident in a low Higher Education participation postcode. It is envisaged that the award will normally comprise £3,000 as a fee waiver, but students may elect to use £2,000 as a fee waiver and take £1,000 as a cash bursary for maintenance costs. We will also provide fee remission to students who qualify for the partial grant (students from households with an income below £42,600) and also come from the same under- represented groups.

Awards from this institution

Courtauld Marshall Scholarships 2015/16
23000 The scholarship circa £23,000 p/a, covers University fees; cost of living expenses; thesis, annual book grant and research grants; daily travel grants; fares to and from the US; a contribution towards the support of a spouse.
The Courtauld Scholarship Fund
5000 Minimum scholarships of £5,000
Chase AHRC Awards 2015/16
4130 Studentships cover tuition fees (2014/5: £4,130), a maintenance allowance (2014/5: £13,726) and research training.
Courtauld Scholarships Support Academic Excellence in the Fields of Art History and Conservation
The size of awards will be based on financial need, typically with a minimum award of £5,000.