RIBA Part 2 Bursary
The aim of the RIBA Part 2 Bursary scheme is to provide long term financial support to Part 2 architecture students, who demonstrate talent and commitment to their studies and who might struggle to cover the costs of living and course-related expenditure.
Successful applicants studying full time will receive £1,000 per term throughout the course of their Part 2 to a maximum of £6,000. Successful part time applicants will receive the same maximum amount in payments proportionate to the length of their studies.
The 2022 bursaries have been made possible thanks to generous donations by Joanna Lewinski, the Rosenberg Memorial Fund, Donald and Nancy Notley, Margot Auger, and the family of Kenneth Mark.
2022 RIBA Part 2 Bursary recipients:
- Olamide Adeyemi - University of Cambridge (Rosenberg bursary)
- Oluwatobi Ajiwe - Royal College of Art (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Francesca Brown - De Montfort University (Notley bursary)
- Billy Cameron - University of Greenwich (Kenneth Mark bursary)
- Lewis Endersby - University of Sheffield (Boyd Auger bursary)
- Mara Fetche – Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Joseph Franklin - Kingston University (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Edwin Maliakkal - Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Qamelliah Nassir - Royal College of Art (Rosenberg bursary)
- Manal Omar - University of Greenwich (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Melissa Parsons - University of Cambridge (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Oliver Porteous-Williams - University of Bath (Rosenberg bursary)
- Thomas Richardson - Central Saint Martins, UAL (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
- Daniel Stokes – Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL (Joanna Lewinski bursary)
To be eligible to apply for this bursary applicants must be in the process of applying for a RIBA Part 2 course in the UK beginning the following September.
Applicants do not need to have a place confirmed at the time of applying but will need to list their first and second university choices in the application.
Proof of enrolment will be required before the bursary is paid to successful applicants.
Home, EU, and international students are eligible to apply.
Applications are assessed by members of the RIBA Education Development Group, using the following criteria:
- evidence of their academic performance, commitment to studies, and potential contribution to the profession
- a demonstration of financial need
- a clear consideration of their future goals and aspirations as an architecture student, and how they hope to achieve them
How to apply
The next application cycle will open in March 2023.
If you have any questions about the RIBA Part 2 Bursary, please contact Gillian Harrison.