Distance education is one of the cheapest, time-saving ways of study and being utilized by students who cannot afford the heavy fees of regular colleges.
Students have a good chance to apply for the Sir John Cass’s Foundation Distance-Learning Scholarship. The education award supports young people living in London who wish to study our courses by distance learning. The programme is designed to support this key demographic, especially where there is a financial disadvantage.
The scholarship covers all University of London tuition, examination fees and also provides guidance and careers support throughout the course.
To be eligible for the award, you must be:
- permanently reside in one of the listed London boroughs* and have lived there for at least one year
- under 25 years old
- able to outline why without the scholarship you are unable to undertake one of our courses.
(*Camden, Greenwich, Hackney, Hammersmith and Fulham, Islington, Kensington & Chelsea, Lambeth, Lewisham, Newham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets, Wandsworth, Westminster and the City of London)
- be from a low-income background and be able to outline why without the scholarship you are unable to undertake one of our courses
- be studying part-time or full-time on a course that is at least one year in length.
If you are unsure if your circumstances fit this criterion and would like to talk to someone, contact us.
Please note: Students already registered with the University of London cannot apply for this scholarship. It is also unavailable for the following courses:
- Certificate of Higher Education in Computing and Information Systems
- Certificate of Higher Education in Creative Computing
- Certificate of Higher Education in Common Law
- Certificate of Higher Education in Social Sciences
- International Foundation Programme
- Postgraduate courses.
How to Apply
In order to apply for this scholarship, applicants must need to take admission in distance learning course at the university. After admission, they can download and complete the application form.
The applications closing date is July 25, 2019.