Call Deadline: June 20, 2019
Value of Amount: £1,000
Nationality: UK, EU and All around the World
Scholarships will be taken in the UK
Looking for a scholarship to support your undergraduate degree program in the UK? Applications are open for the DA VINCI Academic Scholarship 2019 for high-achieving students organized by Kent University.
A maximum of 20 scholarships will be awarded to UK, EU and Overseas applicants to the University of Kent who meet all the criteria below. Applicants must have made a formal application and be entering the first year (stage 1) of one of the following undergraduate degree programmes in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts from September 2019 and achieve the following grades at A level or equivalent:-
• Biomedical Engineering (UCAS codes 3D9J and 05C3) – AAB
• Computer Systems Engineering (UCAS codes H618, H613, H615, and H617) – ABB
• Digital Arts (UCAS codes W283, W281, W284, and W282) – AAB
• Electronic and Communications Engineering
(UCAS codes H607, H619, H608, and H604) – ABB
• Multimedia Technology and Design (UCAS codes G4W2 and G4WF) – AAB
Firmly accepted an offer for an EDA programme of study by 20 June 2019
Have satisfied conditions of entry to the University of Kent
- Scholarship holders would be expected to undertake reasonable duties to support the external profile of the School of Engineering and Digital Arts, for instance assisting with Open Days, outreach with the local community, working with the International Development Team and promoting the School of Engineering and Digital Arts in their home countries. A maximum of 20 scholarships will be awarded according to merit and can be held in conjunction with other awards and scholarships offered by the University of Kent
- The scholarship will be paid at the end of the first three months of registration.
How to Apply
- You should apply for the scholarship only after you have received a formal offer to study a programme in the School of Engineering and Digital Arts.
- Applications for the Scholarship must be made via your Applicant Portal. Once logged in, click on ‘My Scholarships and Bursaries’ to apply for the Da Vinci Scholarship.
- As part of your application, you will need to upload an essay of no more than 750 words long, detailing how studying your chosen undergraduate programme at the School of Engineering and Digital Arts will enhance your career and personal development.