At Middlesex, we don’t think the cost of living should stop you from achieving your goals.
There are a limited number of kits available, so we’re looking for students to share how this support will help them succeed at Middlesex.
We are looking for future scholars who can showcase not only their academic talents, but also their potential to make a positive impact within their field.
You will strive for excellence in your studies with us and have a keen interest in expanding your personal and professional experiences.
As a scholar, you’ll be expected to achieve high grades at school or college, such as:
If you meet the above grade requirements and our full criteria on the registration form, you are eligible to apply.
Find out more information about the scholarship.
The deadline to apply for the scholarship has now passed, if you have applied we will be in touch shortly.
The Professor Malcolm Sargeant Scholarship
Are you a new undergraduate student starting your course at Middlesex this year? Then you could be eligible to apply for The Professor Malcolm Sargeant Scholarship.
This Scholarship was donated by the Professor Malcolm Sargeant Charitable Trust, which was set up in memory of Professor Malcolm Sargeant, a Professor at Middlesex. Professor Sargeant was the first of his family to go to university, and this changed his life and his future. As a legacy to him and his life the Professor Malcolm Sargeant Charitable Trust supports future students to achieve their goals by helping with access to a university education.
This Scholarship is for the academic year 2023/2024 and is to the value of £2,000. It will be distributed in 3 instalments throughout the year and is available to a first year incoming undergraduate student starting their course in Sept/Oct 2023 and studying any subject at undergraduate level.
- An incoming first year undergraduate student. (joining the University in Sept/Oct 2023)
- A student studying any subject at undergraduate level.
- A resident of England or Wales.
- Priority will be given to those who are the first in their family to go to university.
- Priority will be given to those who can demonstrate financial hardship and the impact this Scholarship will have on their studies.
- The Scholarship will be conditional on the recipient both accepting and starting their course.
Find out more and apply for The Professor Malcolm Sargeant Scholarship here
The deadline to apply for this Scholarship is Thursday 31 August 2023.
The Santander Universities Scholars Programme
Amount: £10,000 per year over three years (£30,000 in total over three years)
The Santander Universities Scholars Programme is a new initiative aimed at developing the potential and increasing the career prospects of current students from groups which are most likely to face challenges when attending university. It provides funding to support students through to graduation, alongside training opportunities to develop their potential and helps them build brighter futures.
The programme will support one current full-time undergraduate student, due to graduate in 2025, throughout the duration of your studies. The recipient will receive £30,000 of funding over three academic years, a series of employability training and development sessions and a dedicated mentor to guide them through the programme.
1. Applicants must be aged 18 or older at the time of applying
2. Applicable to applicants in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales
3. Applicants must self-identify as part of (at least) 1 of the 10 following underrepresented groups:
- Students from areas of low higher education participation, low household income or low socioeconomic status
- Black, Asian and minority ethnic students
- Mature students
- Disabled students
- Care experienced students
- Students estranged from their families
- Students from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities
- Students from military families
The Southern Housing Study4Success Award
Amount: A free Southern Housing room in halls on the Middlesex University campus (Platt, Writtle or Usher) for one academic year
Eligibility: You must be a UK student, already living in social housing accommodation and have completed voluntary work in your local community.
Southern Housing is one of the largest housing associations in the UK providing over 90,000 people with a place to call home in 44,000 units of accommodation in London, the South East & the Midlands. They kindly provide The Southern Study4Success Award to one incoming undergraduate student, covering accommodation rent for the 40 week academic year in one of our halls of residence, Platt, Writtle or Usher.
Criteria for this award:
- You must be a UK student.
- You must be already living in social housing accommodation.
Priority will be given to those who have volunteered or worked in their local community, delivering a positive social impact for others.
The deadline to apply for this Award is Thursday 31 August 2023.
Apply here for the Southern Housing Study4Success Award
European Academic Awards
We offer a European Academic Award of £1000 – £7000 to individuals who have demonstrated academic excellence in their final grades. Applications for the scholarship are open until 31 August for European citizens and residents*.
Applicants will need to hold a Middlesex University offer. This award is given as a discount towards tuition fees for the first year of study. Students finishing their first/second year with at least 2:2, will be considered for a continuation scholarship. Final qualifications will be required to apply for this scholarship.
To be considered for the scholarship, apply via the link below, and please email EUemail@example.com a 500 word statement explaining why you think you should be awarded the scholarship. You can include information about your personality, values, how you contribute to society, and anything else you think is relevant.
*Please note that EU/EEA citizen with pre-settled or settled status are not eligible for the award.
Significant achievement in sport
Amount: Ranging from £200 to £1,000
Eligibility: Any undergraduate or postgraduate student demonstrating a significant achievement in sport.
If you are competing at a regional or national level in your sport, you could be eligible for support and funding through the Middlesex Sport Scholarship Scheme. This is for talented sports performers, who are keen to continue their sporting endeavours and compete for the University.
There are three levels of scholarship available with financial support ranging from £200 to £1,000 in any academic year. The decision on the level of financial support offered to successful applicants will be made by the Scholarships Committee, whose decision is final.
Applications must be supported by a written reference and evidence relevant to your sporting achievements.