The Harold and Olga Fox Scholarship fund has been set up thanks to a recent bequest from the estate of Professor Harold Fox to Biological Sciences students.
Study Subjects and Level:
Scholarships are provided for pursuing BSc or MSci, degrees (Course Code C900 or C901 only).
These scholarships are obtainable for studying undergraduate and masters program.
Eligibility to apply:
To apply for these International Scholarships you must hold an offer of admission to study towards one of 3-year BSc or 4-year MSci, degrees.
Scholarship Open for:
UK/EU and International students can apply for these merit based scholarships.
Number of Scholarships:
Up to four merit based scholarships (one for overseas student and other three for UK/EU students) are available.
Scholarships will be awarded in each of the three or four years of the Scholar’s course, subject to satisfactory academic progress.
The Harold and Olga Fox Scholarships will pay £8000 towards overseas fees or £5000 towards UK/EU fees in each of the three or four years of the Scholar’s course, subject to satisfactory academic progress.
Entries will be awarded according to academic merit.
The result will be announced in late August.
How to Apply?
To apply for one of the Scholarships please submit following documents via post:
- Full Curriculum Vitae
- Covering letter explaining why you wish to study at UCL.
- An essay in English (approximately 1000 words) on any biological subject of your choice (eg. The importance of Biology in the 21st century.)
Your application should be posted to:
The Scholarship Committee
attn: Heather Beasley
Biosciences Teaching Office
University College London
For further enquiries about this scholarship, please contact Heather Beasley (firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +44 (0)20 7679 7169)
The application deadline is 15th July 2014 (or the first working day following the 15th if the deadline falls on the weekend) for entry in September of the same year.
For further information: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/biosciences/degree-programmes/fox_scholarship