Funding your architectural education
Before you begin your architectural journey, you will need to consider the costs associated with studying architecture. Below are opportunities to apply for funding for your architectural studies, as well as general information and advice for prospective or current students
- RIBA Student Hardship Fund
For UK Part 1 and Part 2 architectural students experiencing financial hardship.
- RIBA Norman Foster Travelling Scholarship
For Part 1 and Part 2 architecture students in RIBA or CAA validated courses.
- RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship
For architecture students, graduates, academics or recently-qualified architects wishing to conduct international research or professional practice.
- RIBA Wren Insurance Association Scholarships
Funding and mentoring for talented UK Part 2 students.
- RIBA AHR Stephen Williams Scholarship
Financial support for Part 2 or postgraduate studies in the UK or abroad.
- RIBA Part 2 Bursaries
For students looking to continue onto a UK Part 2 course.
- RIBA BSR Giles Worsley Fellowship
Annual fellowship at the British School in Rome, open to an architect or architectural historian, who has recently completed their postgraduate studies.
- RIBA ICE McAslan Bursary
For architecture and engineering students, graduates and newly qualified architects and engineers conducting independent research.
- RIBA Research Trust Awards
Awarded to researchers at any stage of their career.
- RIBA LKE Ozolins Studentships
PhD scholarship for applicants registered at a university that offers RIBA Validated courses.
- RIBA Gordon Ricketts Memorial Fund
Providing research funding for current and former members of the RIBA's staff.