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 who demonstrate talent and commitment to their studies who might struggle to cover the costs of living and course related expenditure.
RIBA Part 1 Bursary
To be eligible to apply for a RIBA Part 1 Bursary, students must currently 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 an RIBA Part 2 course in the UK beginning 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.
2021 RIBA Part 1 and Part 2 Bursary recipients
The RIBA are pleased to announce the recipients of the 2021 bursaries as follows:
RIBA Part 1 Bursaries
Ilja Anosovs, University of Strathclyde
Soraya Mcginley, RIBA Studio
Remigiusz Medrek, Central Saint Martins, UAL
Stefans Pavlovskis, The Glasgow School of Art
Radija Raposo, Kingston University
RIBA Part 2 Bursaries
Sarah Abushamah, Manchester School of Architecture
Mayce Arebi, Manchester School of Architecture
Adam Cowan, The Glasgow School of Art (WJ Parker bursary)
Ellisse Dixon, University of Cambridge (Rosenberg bursary)
Rachael Milliner, Architectural Association School of Architecture (Donald and Nancy Notley bursary)
Oluwademilade Oyeyinka, Architectural Association School of Architecture (Rosenberg bursary)
Alex Turner, RIBA Studio (Rosenberg bursary)
Dimitar Zhelev, University of Sheffield (Boyd Auger bursary)
The 2021 bursaries have been made possible thanks to generous donations from the Rosenberg Memorial Fund, Donald and Nancy Notley, the WJ Parker Trust, and Margot Auger (in memory of her late husband, the architect Boyd Auger), as well as other donations received through the RIBA Education Fund.
How to apply
Applications for 2021 are now closed. The next round of applications will open in February 2022. When we open for applications, full details regarding the application process and guidance notes for applicants will be made available on this page.
If you have any questions about these bursaries, please email Student Support.