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Value£3,000 for each year of study on your undergraduate programme at Goldsmiths.
Number availableUp to 10
Year of entry2021 entry
You must meet the general eligibility criteria and regulations. You must also:
- Be over the age of 25 on the first day of your degree (taken as the first day of enrolment week)
- Applicants must be UK citizens, eligible for Home fees
- Be holding an offer of undergraduate study (or non-salaried PGCE) from Goldsmiths.
Please note that two awards will be reserved for applicants nominated by Open Book. Open Book aims to break down barriers to higher education by working closely with a network of agencies to support people from a wide range of backgrounds, such as ex-offenders and those who have struggled with addiction and mental health.
Applications will open in March 2021.
How to apply
When applications open you can apply by registering for a MyGoldsmiths online account. Prior to applications opening you will be sent a Personal Identification Number (PIN) and full instructions for setting up your account.
Once you've set up an account you can complete and submit a scholarship/bursary application online. Please use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox as your web browser when submitting your application.
To complete your application, you'll to upload the following documents:
- Academic reference
- Birth certificate, passport or driver's license
If you do not produce proof of age at the time your application is submitted your application will not be processed.
If you require a PIN to create your MyGoldsmiths account and wish to apply for the scholarship, please email scholarships (@gold.ac.uk) no later than Wednesday 13 May 2020. Unfortunately, we can't accept any PIN requests after this time, so don't delay!
Successful applicants will be selected on a competitive basis.
Initial shortlisting by eligibility criteria will be completed by our Scholarships Co-ordinator. All applicants who meet the eligibility criteria are then forwarded to the next selection stage.
Applications will then be considered by an awarding panel. All panel members understand that applicants will have a broad range of differing skills, attributes and experiences, so they will give equal consideration to both the applicant’s academic record and their answers to the questions posed in the award application form. Panel members also understand that what is important is the content of the answers and their relevance to the questions, not the standard of writing.
The panel will consist of representatives from Admissions, Widening Participation, and an academic department. The panel will assess the applications against the stated criteria.
Final award recipients and reserve candidates will be decided by the panel.
Scholarship payments will be made in January, March and May in terms 2 and 3 after completion of the first term.
Scholarship payments will be made using the Higher Education Bursaries and Scholarships Scheme (HEBSS).