2023/2024 Bayes Business School International Scholarship

Last Updated on February 9, 2023

Bayes Business School International Scholarship

Bayes Business School International Scholarship 2023 is now open for applications. It is a fully funded scholarship for all students sponsored by the Bayes Business School.

About Bayes Business School Scholarship

Bayes Business School, formerly known as Cass Business School,is the business school of City, University of London, located in St Luke’s, just to the north of the City of London.

It was established in 1966, and it is consistently ranked as one of the leading business schools in the United Kingdom.

As a global institution, Bayes Business School aims to foster greater racial diversity in business. It is offering ten scholarships for Black UK-domiciled undergraduate students from lower-than-average income households.

Each scholarship covers the full tuition fee (at home-fee level) and a £6,000 annual stipend for three years. Scholarship holders will also be offered mentoring and support.

Benefits of Bayes Business School Scholarship

Each scholarship covers the full tuition fee (at home-fee level) and a £6,000 annual stipend for three years.

Scholarship holders will also be offered mentoring and support.

Requirements for Bayes Business School Scholarship

To be eligible for this scholarship the applicant must:

1. Be a UK student, with assessed fee-status equal to ‘home’.

2. Be of Black ethnicity:

a) Black African.

b) Black Caribbean.

c) Black Other.

d) Mixed – White and Black Caribbean.

e) Mixed – White and Black African.

f) Other mixed background (to include Black African, Black Caribbean or Black Other).

3. Be from a household with annual income less or equal to £31,000[1].

4. Satisfy Bayes Business School’s offer condition for the chosen course.

Documents Required for Bayes Business School International Scholarship Application

Before applying please ensure that you satisfy all eligibility criteria and have the following information:

1. Name and date of birth.

2. UCAS ID number (ten-digit number).

3. Ethnicity.

4. Proof of household income.

5. A form of ID.

6. A personal statement of a maximum of 2,500 words, which explains how you will benefit from the scholarship program.

7. This statement is different from the one submitted to UCAS, as it should include your strengths and plans for the future and also highlight how this scholarship can support these plans.

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Application Deadline: March 17, 2023.


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