A list of UK geography scholarship opportunities for black/minority ethnic candidates.
Each year, a number of UK higher education institutions offer scholarships for geographical study for black/minorty ethnic candidates. This page is periodically updated to reflect current opportunities. We welcome the submission of any additional opportunities for inclusion on this page - please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with suggestions.
The Department of Geography has launched a programme of support and financial assistance for black British students intending to read for the Cambridge Geographical Tripos.
Esri UK is establishing a new scholarship programme to encourage and support Black African, Caribbean, Black or mixed Black heritage students in the study of geography and geoscience.
The Cowrie Scholarship Foundation was set up to allow economically disadvantaged Black students to attend UK universities. It aims to fund 100 students over the next decade.
The Open Futures Scholarship for Black Students provide the opportunity for new, UK-resident students who identify as Black to study for free.
The Liv Sidse Jansen Studentship for Human Geography PhD research.
The Leverhulme Doctoral Scholarships scheme (LDS) provides funding specifically for Black students and those from low-income households.
The Bradley Wilson Scholarship in Geography and the Environment (DPhil/PhD) scholarship and a fully funded SoGE MSc scholarship to study on one of five MSc programmes.
Department of Geography PhD studentship to support a black/minority ethnic candidate.
Black Futures Postgraduate Research Scholarships (for UK students from Black or Black-Mixed Backgrounds) with 15 fully-funded postgraduate research scholarships available over the next 3 years.
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