Brunel University London
|MSc Data Science & Analytics and MSc Artificial Intelligence Scholarship|
|Scholarship Name||MSc Data Science & Analytics and MSc Artificial Intelligence Scholarship|
|Scholarship Deadline||31 July 2022|
1. Award details
The Department of Computer Science are proud to offer a scholarship funded by the Office for Students (OfS) for applicants registering on the MSc Data Science & Analytics, MSc Artificial Intelligence and the PG Cert Data Science (the first stage of the Staged Masters) programmes in 2022/23. The scholarship aims to provide funding for applicants who are classified by under-represented (UR) criteria.
To be eligible to apply for the scholarship, you need to:
The payment will be split equally between three instalments per year, with a total of 9 payments, three per year for a maximum of three academic years, subject to meeting progression criteria outlined in Section 4.
How many: 15 scholarships are available.
Application process: Applicants must submit a scholarship application no later than 31 July 2022.
The application will comprise of a series of questions that aim to determine whether applicants meet the under-represented criteria, plus an essay of no more than 500 words explaining how studying Data Science or Artificial Intelligence at Brunel University London (BUL) will benefit the applicant and help them in their career aspirations.
Provisional awards will be made by the Allocation Panel in mid-August. Applicants will be required to provide evidence of some UR characteristics; further details will be made provided the provisional award email. Formal awards will be made in October, following publication of examination results and Registration onto the course.
The Scholarship Allocation Panel will assess each application for suitability against these scholarship terms and conditions.
Deadlines: The deadline for scholarship applications is midnight on 31 July 2022.
2.1 The scholarship/bursary will be awarded to those applicants who meet all the following eligibility criteria:
The number of points scored from the under-represented criteria met will be taken into consideration when awarding the scholarship in the first instance. Where the number of applicants who meet the criteria exceeds the number of scholarships available, the information provided in the application personal statement will be used to make an awarding decision (as detailed in section 3 below).
Scholarship allocation is based on under-represented criteria met, those applicants who meet two under-represented characteristics, as listed in the eligibility criteria, will be prioritised for an award, followed by applicants who meet one under-represented criteria.
A quota of at least eight out of fifteen scholarships will only be available to students classed as Home for fees purposes based on the UK government regulations. Applicants who are unsure of their fee status should note Brunel uses the information they have provided in their application form to assess fee status against regulations set by the UK government.
Scholarships will be awarded to those who meet the eligibility criteria at the time of allocation only.
2.2 Those not eligible for these Scholarships
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