Welsh School of Architecture

Funding and Scholarships

As a prospective student of the Welsh School of Architecture funding may be an important consideration as you plan your future academic studies or research. This page will help you explore potential funding opportunities that may be available to you

All Programmes

International Scholarship Fund
In recognition of the outstanding talent of many international students, Cardiff University offers a highly prestigious International Scholarship Fund designed to attract and reward the brightest students. There is a wide range of distinct scholarships available, at all academic levels: Foundation, Undergraduate, Postgraduate Taught, and PhD.

Further Details:

In 2014/15, there are 12 undergraduate scholarships available worth £3,000 each (three scholarships will be awarded per College) and 3 postgraduate scholarships for full-time taught Master's students worth £5,000 each (one scholarship will be awarded per College).

The deadline for Undergraduate applications is 27 June 2014 and for Postgraduate applications it is 1 August 2014.

For further information on the scholarships and how to apply, please visit:
UG Scholarships - http://www.cardiffnetwork.cf.ac.uk/cardiff-fund-ug-scholarships?
PG Scholarships - http://www.cardiffnetwork.cf.ac.uk/cardiff-fund-pg-scholarships

Postgraduate Taught

Leverhulme Trust
Each year until further notice, the Leverhulme Trust will offer one bursary to a suitable candidate with an offer to study for any of the three Architectural Science Masters . The bursary pays the academic fees and provides about £12,000 for living expenses (subject to final adjustment). Only UK residents applying for full-time study are eligible. The award will be made on the grounds of outstanding talent and financial need from applicants expressing a wish to be considered. Those interested should attach a letter to their application forms making a case for receiving this support. It is intended to make the selection by the end of the July preceding the session. The recipient cannot also be in receipt of another state or private academic award.

Panasonic Trust Fellowships
All three Architectural Science Masters meet the criteria for Panasonic Trust Fellowships. Every year the Trust awards a limited number of fellowships (worth £8,000 each for the academic year) to engineers attending full-time Masters’ courses in the UK on subjects related to the Environment and Sustainability. To be eligible, Applicants do not need to be UK citizens, but must qualify for the Home/EU student rate with respect to course fees. Applicant must be qualified to degree level in engineering or a closely related discipline and have an offer to study a relevant full time course at a UK university. Applicant must not be in receipt of any industrial, charitable or public sector funding to study the course. Applicant must be a member (at any grade) of the Institution of Engineers of Ireland or a professional engineering institution accredited by the Engineering Council as a licenced member institution. More details can be found on the Panasonic Trust web site at www.panasonictrust.net/fellowships/default.aspx. Applications should be made directly to the Trust using the form available there.

Postgraduate Research

AHRC postgraduate research award
The following award is offered in subjects that can be supervised at the Welsh School of Architecture. The University has been granted AHRC postgraduate research awards in the subject area 'History of Art, Architecture and Design' and would welcome applications for 2012/13 or 2013/14.

President's Awards
In 2012/13 under the President's Awards scheme the University can offer two 'fees-only' PhD awards and two 'full' PhD awards (covering fees and a stipend) in (Re)-Constructing Multiculturalism

Further details:

Deadline:  March each year

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