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​RIBA Part 1 and 2 Bursaries

The aim of the RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 Bursaries is to provide long-term financial support to architecture students demonstrating talent and commitment to their studies, who might struggle to cover the costs of living and course-related expenditure. The schemes have been made possible by generous donations to the RIBA from the Walter Parker Trust, the Rosenberg Memorial Fund and the Ayyub Malik Trust; as well as monies raised through the RIBA Education Fund.

RIBA Part 1 Bursary

To be eligible to apply for a RIBA Part 1 Bursary, students must be enrolled in the first year of a RIBA Part 1 course in the UK. Recipients of these bursaries will receive a maximum of £6,000 distributed in £1,000 termly instalments throughout the second and third years of study.

Successful part-time applicants will receive the same maximum amount in payments proportionate to the length of studies.

RIBA Part 2 Bursary

To be eligible to apply for a RIBA Part 2 Bursary, students must be in the process of applying for a RIBA Part 2 course in the UK beginning in the following September. Proof of enrolment will be required before the bursary is paid to successful applicants.

Recipients of these bursaries will receive a maximum of £6,000 distributed in £1,000 termly instalments throughout the course of the Part 2. Successful part-time applicants will receive the same maximum amount in payments proportionate to the length of studies.

Image courtesy of Jordan Green, past recipient of a RIBA Part 2 Bursary

2019 Recipients

This year’s recipients of the RIBA Part 1 Bursaries are:

  • Jessica Gardner – Oxford Brookes University (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Amanzhol Kellett – University of Edinburgh (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Stephen Pearcy – RIBA Studio (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Vivian Wall – University of Brighton (Education Fund Bursary)

The recipients of the RIBA Part 2 Bursaries for 2019 are:

  • Callum Allison – University of Liverpool (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Rebecca Chim – Birmingham City University (Rosenberg Bursary)
  • John Doherty – Queen’s University Belfast (Education Fund)
  • Kathryn Goligher – The London School of Architecture (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Caitlin Latimer-Jones – Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, UAL (Rosenberg Bursary)
  • Stephen Massiah – London Metropolitan University (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Alex Morgan – Cardiff University (Ayyub Malik Bursary)
  • Signe Pelne – Royal College of Art (Education Fund Bursary)
  • Remi Phillips-Hood – Manchester School of Architecture (Rosenberg Bursary)
  • Stephen Smith – University of Cambridge (Education Fund Bursary)

Recipients of the 2019 RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 Bursaries

These funding schemes have been made possible by generous donations to the RIBA from the Rosenberg Memorial Fund, the Ayyub Malik Trust and the Walter Parker Trust; as well as monies raised through the RIBA Education Fund.

The next application cycle will open in February 2020.

If you have any queries regarding these bursaries, please email Gillian Harrison on Gillian.Harrison@riba.org

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