Each year, four Rose Bursaries will be offered to University College London students in need of financial assistance. The four selected recipients will be awarded up to £10,000 annually, for a three-year period, which is subject to satisfactory academic achievement. The bursary can be applied first to pay tuition fees, and the remainder may be paid as maintenance in three equal termly installments. Applicants should note that all scholarship and student-funding schemes are subject to availability of funds, and these details provided are subject to change at any time. Applicants are also urged to check information regularly to ensure awareness of current procedures, deadlines, etc. The selected candidate will be notified as soon as possible once a decision has been made.
Each applicant for the bursary must: be a resident of the UK; hold an offer of admission to UCL to study a full-time undergraduate degree for the academic session intake; have undertaken their secondary education at a UK state-funded school; and be in financial need, as to be demonstrated in the application and later determined by UCL.