The University of Greenwich offers a number of scholarships and prizes to help students with the cost of their studies, including several sponsored by donations from alumni and friends.
The deadline for these is fast approaching. Don’t miss out on your chance to apply.
Submit your application by Monday 30 November online for the following bursaries. If you have any questions, please email the Alumni and Development Team.
John McWilliam Bursary
John McWilliam OBE, a former Deputy Vice-Chancellor, was a remarkable man who was dedicated to the University for 20 years and was a surveyor by trade. Five bursaries of £1,000 are available for full-time UK students who commenced their programme of study in year one in 2020/21, within the Department of Architecture and Construction. Read more.
Robert Holman Bursary
The Trust was established by the family of Robert Holman in his memory in 2005 and supports a new generation of south Londoners, making their way in the field of Finance. A bursary of £1,000 is available for one second-year and one third-year undergraduate student from Greenwich, Lewisham or Southwark and studying an Accounting and Finance course. Read more.
William Hills Scholarship
William Hills was an alumnus of the university who studied Mechanical Engineering at the former Woolwich Polytechnic. He was dedicated to the support and education of a new generation of engineers. The scholarship offers six students £2000 each year of their 4-year Mechanical Engineering degree. An additional two awards are available for two students on year two of their BEng Mechanical Engineering degree. Read more.
Royal Navy and Royal Marine Bursary
Established in 1694, the Royal Hospital for Seamen (latterly known as Greenwich Hospital) was a home for retired seamen of the Royal Navy. Today they support students who are former members of the Royal Navy or Royal Marines or the children of current or former members. Bursary awards of up to £3,000 are awarded to students in need of financial assistance for a maximum of three years. Read more.
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