Our scholarship for Clinical Pharmacology offer holders is designed to help students realise their potential as future leaders in science and healthcare.

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We are delighted to announce that we will be offering six £9,000 scholarships for Clinical Pharmacology applicants for September 2019 entry. The scholarship is open to all UCAS applicants except those applications received during Clearing and Adjustment.

The students who receive the scholarships will be ambassadors for the course and represent St George’s in student recruitment and marketing initiatives.

Who can apply?

To be eligible to apply for the scholarship, you will need to apply for the course via UCAS, receive an offer and firmly accept St George’s on UCAS. The scholarships are only available for September 2019 applicants.

How do I apply?

Our Admissions team will receive your course application via UCAS. If you meet the course entry criteria, you will receive an offer to study with us. The offer will contain details about how you can apply for the scholarship. This will be a separate application, and once you select St George’s as your firm choice, you will be able to proceed with your scholarship application.

What do I get?

There are six £9,000 cash awards for Clinical Pharmacology offer holders. These will be paid at £3,000 per year (paid in 2 equal instalments of £1,500 per year - in October and January of each year). This means that successful applicants will receive the first instalment of £1,500 in October 2019.

What is the selection process?

Once you have confirmed us on UCAS, you will need to follow the application process for the scholarship. This will include answering a 500-word essay on a topic specified by our Clinical Pharmacology academic team.

Successful applicants will be notified after A-Level results day 2019.

Terms and conditions

  1. The scholarships we offer are limited and highly competitive. You must have sufficient funding in place before enrolling on your course.
  2. You must have received an offer for the BSc (Hons) Clinical Pharmacology course starting in September 2019 and firmly accepted the offer before making the scholarship application.
  3. The award is subject to you meeting all the course eligibility criteria before the course start date.
  4. The scholarship application deadline must be strictly adhered to and any application received after the closing date will not be accepted. The university is entitled to rely entirely on information provided by you in your application for the scholarship.
  5. Scholarships will be awarded once you have fully enrolled at the University.
  6. The awarding of scholarships is entirely within the sole discretion of the university.
  7. Payments are made in two instalments of £1,500 per academic year (normally in October and January), £3,000 per year over three years.
  8. To continue to receive the scholarship you must pass each year of the course and show acceptable attendance and participation on the programme to our reasonable satisfaction. If you repeat or take an interruption in the year, your Scholarship will be stopped.
  9. The University may withdraw or recover an award if you break the student code of conduct during the course of your studies.
  10. Any payments or over-payments made while you are either interrupting or repeating a year, must be repaid immediately failing which the university reserves the right to refer you to debt collectors which might mean you become liable for any costs associated with recovering the money and any statutory interest (if applicable).
  11. All scholarship payments are made to the UK bank account held in your name.
  12. If you withdraw from the Clinical Pharmacology programme your scholarship will be stopped. You must notify the university immediately.
  13. Awards will not be deferred to the next academic year. If you defer your studies you must re-apply for the scholarship.
  14. The scholarship is not transferrable if you transfer between courses or to another institution.
  15. The scholarship can be combined with other awards e.g. St George’s Opportunity Fund Grant.
  16. Successful students will be ambassadors for the course and feature in marketing and promotions.
  17. You agree that the university may unilaterally change the terms and conditions of the scholarship.
  18. The terms and conditions of this scholarship are governed by the laws of England & Wales and you consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of England & Wales.
  19. No third party has any right to enforce any terms of this scholarship at all including for the avoidance of doubt pursuant to the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.

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Last Updated: Monday, 08 April 2019 10:23