Denys Holland Scholarship

Denys Holland Scholarship

The Denys Holland Scholarship which gives scholars the opportunity to study for a bachelor’s degree at University Colledge in London is back again.

The Denys Holland Scholarship is for people who are interested in vying for a bachelor’s degree at university college in London, UK.

The course starts in September 2020.

Study Location: The Denys Holland Scholarship study location is the United Kingdom.

Brief description:  The Denys Holland Scholarship aims to support undergraduate students from any country, who without the support of the scholarship would be unable to secure the funding required to study at UCL, and who can demonstrate their intention to make full use of the activities offered by UCL and the Student Union.

Host Institution(s):

University College London, UK

Level/Field of study:

Bachelor’s Degree Programme in any subject offered at the University

Number of Awards: There is only one award for 2020/21.

Target group: This scholarship is open for students from any country

Scholarship value/duration: The Denys Holland Scholarship is worth £9,000 per year for three years, subject to satisfactory academic progress.


Applicants should:

• hold a valid UCL Student Number

• hold a valid UCAS Application Number (not UCAS Registration number)

• hold an offer of admission to UCL for full-time undergraduate study commencing in September 2020, in any department;

• be in financial need;

• be able to demonstrate that they have broad interests and intend to be actively involved in and contribute to the life of the university.

Application instructions:

Applicants must provide UCL Student Number or UCAS Application Number for applications to be considered valid. Completed applications and supporting documentation should be submitted by email before 3 July 2020.

It is important to visit the official website to access the application form and for detailed information on how to apply for this scholarship.

Safescholarship wishes you all the best.

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