Bartlett School of Planning announces 'Centenary Scholarships'

University College London's Bartlett School of Planning has announced it is to offer 10 'Centenary Scholarships' worth £5,000 to new MSc students joining for the 2013/4 academic year.

The school said the scholarships would be awarded solely on the basis of academic merit and would "encourage the brightest and best students to apply to the school and aim to provide greater opportunity for graduates from a wide range of backgrounds to study at The Bartlett".   

The ten Centenary Scholarships will be offered alongside four existing Land Securities Scholarships and will be available to both full and part-time MSc students on a fee waiver basis, according to the school.

Head of the school, professor Nick Gallent said: "In our centenary year, these scholarships form part of the School’s wider efforts to attract the very best graduates to our programmes and support those students who might otherwise find it difficult to study at UCL".

Further information about funding and scholarships for Bartlett students can be found here.

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