Cardiff School of City and Regional Planning is one of the most successful and popular Geography and Planning schools in the UK. The standard of applications is high and competition for places is strong. We wish to recruit the very best students and to help us achieve this we will make two prestigious Cardiff School of City and Regional Planning High Achievement Scholarships available in 2012.
How much are the scholarships worth?
Each Scholarship is worth £3,500. They are tuition fee reductions and are not means tested.
When are the scholarships available?
The Scholarships are available to postgraduate taught students beginning their studies in September 2012:
- One Scholarship of £3,500 will be awarded to a 2012 graduate of the Cardiff School of City and Regional Planning
- One Scholarship of £3,500 will be awarded to a graduate from a UK University
In what subject areas are the scholarships available?
The scholarships are available to students studying on the following programmes:
- MSc Geography, Policy and Practice
- MSc International Planning and Development
- MSc Planning Practice and Research
- MSc Regeneration Studies
- MSc Sustainability, Planning and Environmental Policy
- MSc Transport and Planning
- MA Urban Design
Who will be eligible for the scholarships?
In order to obtain a scholarship you need to achieve a first class degree. In addition, you must have accepted the offer of a place to study from Cardiff School of City and Regional Planning by 1st September 2012.
How do I apply for a scholarship?
You don't need to apply for these scholarships. As long as you have accepted the offer you have received for a designated degree programme from Cardiff School of City and Regional Planning by 1st September 2012, then you will automatically be considered for an award.
When will I know if I have been successful?
Those who are successful will be notified in writing as soon as possible in September 2012.
If I am successful when will I receive my scholarship?
Successful students will receive a fee reduction of £3,500.
How can I find out more?
Full terms and conditions, including information regarding eligibility are available below.
These scholarships are provided in tribute to Professor Jeremy Alden, former Pro Vice-Chancellor for Learning and Teaching and former Head of the School of City and Regional Planning, who passed away in January 2012.