For the scholastic year 2018-2019, Goodenough College is putting forth Entry Scholarships for global understudies.
Grants are intended to help understudies who may not generally have the capacity to join University.
Goodenough College is a postgraduate living arrangement and instructive trust on Mecklenburgh Square in Bloomsbury, focal London, England.
In the event that English isn’t your first dialect then you should demonstrate that your English dialect aptitudes are at a sufficiently high level to prevail in your examinations.
Scholarships are available for pursuing postgraduate programme.
Scholarships are awarded to study the subjects offered by the university.
Goodenough Commonwealth Scholarships: £10,000 for one year only
Jonathan Hirst Commonwealth Scholarship: £10,000 for one year only
Goodenough International Scholarship: £10,000 for one year only
The Rowland Scholarship: £10,000 for one year only
The David and Els Alwyn Scholarship: £10,000 for one year only
McCahon Law Scholarship: £5,000 for one year
Leatherseller’s Goodenough Scholarship: £5,000 for one year only
Goodenough Musicians Scholarship: £5,000 for one year only
Goodenough Artists Scholarship: £5,000 for one year only
Goodenough Family Scholarships: 2 x scholarships for £5,000 per year for one year only, 1 x scholarship £5,000 per year for up to four years
Goodenough PhD Scholarships: £5,000 per year for up to four years
Sir Abraham Bailey Scholarship: £3,500 for one year
Goodenough College American Friends Scholarship: $5,000 (US) for one year
Education Scholarship: £2,000 for one year
Heuer-Monaghan Marshall Residential Scholarship: $2,500 for up to two years
Goodenough Scholarships: £2,000 for one year only
- Eligible Countries: Citizens of all nationalities are eligible to apply.
- Entrance Requirements:
Goodenough Commonwealth Scholarships: Commonwealth nationals including those from the UK.
Jonathan Hirst Commonwealth Scholarship: Commonwealth nationals including those from the UK.
Goodenough International Scholarship: Any applicant applying from outside the UK.
The Rowland Scholarship: Any applicant studying on a one year Masters course.
The David and Els Alwyn Scholarship: Any applicant studying on a one year Masters course.
McCahon Law Scholarship: For those applying to undertake the BPTC or LPC course.
Leatherseller’s Goodenough Scholarship: For British nationals who have undertaken tertiary and further education in the UK and permanently domiciled in the UK who are studying on a one year Masters course.
Goodenough Musicians Scholarship: Applicants studying on a music performance course.
Goodenough Artists Scholarship: A practising visual or fine art student studying on an art ourse.
Goodenough Family Scholarships: A single person or a couple who will be living at the College with one or more children.
Goodenough PhD Scholarships: Students enrolled on or due to start a PhD course (or enrolled on an MPhil course with the intention to upgrade to a PhD).
Sir Abraham Bailey Scholarship: Previous Abraham Bailey Bursars are encouraged to apply.
Goodenough College American Friends Scholarship: US citizens applying from outside of the UK (minorities are encouraged to apply).
Education Scholarship: Applicants undertaking Masters or PhD in the field of education.
Heuer-Monaghan Marshall Residential Scholarship: Scholarship available to applicants and residents of the College who are in receipt of a Marshall Scholarship.
Goodenough Scholarships: Any applicant in financial need. Seven of these scholarships will be awarded as Community Scholarships. A Community Scholarship allows an applicant to engage in community life by, for instance, allocating meal plan tokens, tickets to major College events and a small budget they may draw upon for other events such as expenses to attend a Dean’s Seminar.
- English Language Requirements: If English is not your first language then you will need to show that your English language skills are at a high enough level to succeed in your studies.
How to Apply:
Applications for Entry Scholarships are made at the same time as submitting your application to live at the College.