Generation Delta Studentships

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These studentships build on and contribute to the recently launched OFS / Research England project Generation Delta: Building Routes into Professorship for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic Women, which seeks to redress barriers to access and participation in doctoral study for racialised students generally and women of colour in particular.

While Generation Delta Goldsmiths Studentships are open to all eligible applicants from Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) backgrounds in any field of study at Goldsmiths, University of London, it is anticipated that at least one award will be made to a woman of colour which is the group most underrepresented nationally in terms of doctoral study and studentship funding.

"The Generation Delta Studentship has been an invaluable opportunity for me, providing me with the resources and support necessary to achieve my academic and professional aspirations. I am incredibly grateful for this opportunity and I will continue to work hard to make the most of it."

Clémentine Bedos, Generation Delta Champion and PhD Candidate in Art and Computing


Fully funded studentship covering UK fees, and an annual stipend of £750 for full-time and £350 for part-time students. Awards may be held on a full-time (FT) or part-time (PT) basis, pro-rata, over three years (FT) and six years (PT) and are at an equivalent rate to fully funded UKRI studentships which cover Home fees and an annual stipend at the yearly UKRI rate (the full-time UKRI rate for 2022/23 is £19,668), together with a small annual research training and support fund of £750 (£350 for PT study).

Year of entry


Eligibility criteria

Applicants must be new or continuing doctoral students who will not have completed more than 1 year of full-time or 2 years of part-time registration by the start of the 2023/24 academic year.

This studentship is only open to those eligible for Home fee status.

Application deadlines

Applications for this studentship have now closed.

How to apply

To apply for a studentship, you'll need to complete the Generation Delta Scholarship application form.

Please read our guidance on how to complete the application form and find out more about the selection process by reading our Generation Delta application details (PDF).

If you need further assistance and would like to view a recording of an applicant workshop we hosted then please email

Contact details

If you have any queries please contact the Goldsmiths Graduate School: using the subject heading ‘Generation Delta Goldsmiths Application' and including your surname.

Find out more about Goldsmiths scholarships and bursaries regulations.

"Being part of this programme has put me on the pathway of an amazing journey and I feel supported both financially and emotionally in my studies and career. My future feels more secure, knowing that I will receive mentorship in the years to come, and I wish to thank the Generation Delta leaders for providing me with this amazing opportunity."

Angela Loum, Generation Delta Champion and PhD Candidate in Sociology