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RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship

​RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship

Image courtesy of Jo Ashbridge, RIBA Boyd Auger Scholar 2012

In 2007, Mrs Margot Auger donated a sum of money to the RIBA in memory of her late husband, the architect and civil engineer Boyd Auger, to create a funding scheme that would support and reward architecture students and graduates.

This became the RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship; a £5,000 scholarship which aims to assist with closely defined research proposals by architecture students and graduates lasting between 6 and 12 months, which involve carefully planned and budgeted periods of international travel. The scholarship can also support graduates in a period of international work experience, but the emphasis should be on the opportunity to travel in the chosen location.

To be eligible, applicants must:

  • be enrolled in a RIBA Part 1, 2 or 3 course in the UK or overseas, or
  • have been granted a place of study in a RIBA Part 2 course by the beginning of the period covered by the scholarship, or
  • have graduated from a RIBA Part 1 or 2 course within the past 5 years

Applications will open again in April 2019.

For more information on this scholarship, please email Gillian.Harrison@riba.org

The 2018 recipients of the RIBA Boyd Auger Scholarship who will each receive £2,500 are:

Luka Pajovic:IN PURSUIT OF VENEZIANITÀ: Uses and interpretations of the urban iconography of Venice in the maritime town of Perast, Montenegro (1420-1797)

Marie Braithwaite: Fluid Urbanism

RIBA Boyd Auger Scholars:

  • 2008: Stefanie Rhodes, Bo Tang, Shamoon Patwari (joint nomination)
  • 2009: Isona Shibata, Roderick Bow, James Patterson Waterson (shared award)
  • 2011: John Killock
  • 2012: Jo Ashbridge
  • 2013: Laura Minca
  • 2014: Matthew Lucraft
  • 2015: Matthew Eberhard, Lucy Paton, Benedetta Rogers, Anthony Staples (joint nomination)
  • 2016: Laura Evans
  • 2017: Imogen Softley-Pierce

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