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Award details

Institute of Coding Scholarship

About the award

The Office for Students has made significant funds available to build and support the UK's Data Science and Artificial Intelligence sector over the coming years. The main objective is to significantly increase the number of highly skilled graduates in this area and increase the diversity of the UK workforce by 2023.

These scholarships are intended to support students from underrepresented groups to access, participate and succeed in higher education. For 2021, Exeter has eleven scholarships to award to underrepresented groups studying MSc Data Science with Artificial Intelligence or MSc Cyber Security Analytics. Priority for these awards will be given to applicants in the following categories:

  •     Female students
  •     Black students (as defined by HESA codes: 21; 22; 29; 41; 42)
  •     Disabled students

Consideration will also be given to applicants who meet other underrepresented criteria in the following secondary categories:

  • Students from POLAR Q1 and Q2
  • Care experienced students
  • Estranged students
  • Gypsy, Roma, Traveller students
  • Refugees
  • Children from military families, veterans and partners of military personnel

How to apply

Once you have applied for your course you are eligible to apply for this scholarship. The scholarships are awarded on a points based system and on information provided in your supporting statement, so it is important to inform us of all criteria that you fulfill.

Please use the scholarship application system to apply for this award. You will be asked to provide a 300 word statement to detail how this scholarship will help your studies and career in this sector. Please note that if you apply for this scholarship before you apply for your course, we are unable to match your applications. You will need to apply for your course in the first instance and then return to this page to apply for the scholarship.

If you meet one of the priority criteria, we will automatically check this against information you provided in your course application. If you meet one of the secondary criteria, we may contact you for more detail or to provide evidence.

Further details about funding available as a student can be found via the Funding Database. The University is committed to supporting those most in need. For more information please read about the financial support available.

Summary

Application deadline:8th August 2021
Number of awards:11
Value:£10,000
Duration of award:Variable
Contact: 01392 724061 emps@exeter.ac.uk