Postgraduate Scholarships and Loans

Community Scholarships

The University of Kent is pleased to welcome applications for scholarships from enthusiastic students who are interested in providing opportunities within the local and campus communities.

The Community Scholarship offers students a great way to demonstrate leadership, enthusiasm and organisational skills - essential to future employers.

Application is open to all Kent students enrolled at Canterbury or Medway from all stages, disciplines and modes of study. Projects can be related in sport, arts, music, cultural or any other discipline.

What’s included in the scholarship?

  • £1,000 financial support to cover personal expenses and project running costs
  • Advice, training and project management support from the Student Activities and Scholarships Officer in delivering your project
  • Personal and employability skills development
  • Employability points
  • Access to additional project funding dependent on the nature and quality of the individual scholarship project

Successful applications will demonstrate the following:

  • A project brief which exhibits careful thought and planning
  • A inclusive project which benefits the local or campus community
  • Demonstrable benefits and outcomes for participants
  • Evidence of commitment to past projects completed will also be considered

How to apply

Complete the application form and email it to communityscholarships@kent.ac.uk

Successful applications will demonstrate the following;

  • A project brief which exhibits careful thought and planning
  • An inclusive project which benefits the local or campus community
  • Demonstrable benefits and outcomes for participants
  • Evidence of commitment to past projects completed will also be considered.

For more information contact Debbie Worthington, Student Activities and Scholarships Officer.

Please note: the award of a scholarship does not confirm an offer to study at the University of Kent. Scholarships can only be awarded for extra-curricular projects for which the applicant is not receiving academic credit or payment. Recipients of other scholarships may still be eligible for a Community Scholarship if they meet the award criteria.

 

Further information

Please email any questions to Debbie Worthington:
communityscholarships@kent.ac.uk

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Last Updated: 07/09/2018