Scholarships at University College London

UPC Progression Scholarships
Scholarship Name UPC Progression Scholarships
Academic Year 2021
Scholarship amount £5,000
Nationality Any

The UCL UPC Progression Scholarships aim to encourage UPCSE and UPCH students to continue to undergraduate study at UCL.

Key information

Value: £5,000 (per year, for the duration of the undergraduate programme)
Available to: Students enrolled on UCL's UPCSE (Preparatory Certificate for Science and Engineering) or UPCH (Preparatory Certificate for Humanities and Social Sciences) programme
Selection criteria: Academic merit
Eligible fee status: All
Eligible programmes: All full-time undergraduate programmes 
Additional eligibility criteria: Annual renewal of the scholarships is based on satisfactory progress of the scholars who are expected to maintain an academic standard equivalent to at least an upper second-class honours (2:1) throughout the undergraduate programme.
Deadline: There is no application procedure. All UCL UPCSE/UPCH students holding an offer of admission for undergraduate studies at UCL will be considered.


Candidates will be:

  • enrolled on UCL's UPCSE or UPCH programme
  • admitted for undergraduate studies at UCL.


Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic performance. The selected scholars will be the UPCSE/UPCH students with the highest academic performance throughout the UPCSE/UPCH programme. Financial circumstances are not taken into account.


The UCL Centre for Languages and International Education will make its recommendation in August, and the successful candidates can expect to be officially notified in September.


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