To celebrate our centenary year in 2019, UCEM is delighted to announce the launch of the UCEM Centenary Fund. The UCEM Centenary Fund has been designed to enable students who may not otherwise have access to a career in the built environment, or who may not be able to progress their career in the built environment, to embark on a programme of academic study with us. Eligibility for the scholarships will be assessed on: Academic ability, Demonstration of commitment to entering the surveying profession & Financial need. Applicants for awards from the UCEM Centenary Fund must have applied for, and meet the criteria for, entry to a UCEM programme – this can be at Level 3 postgraduate levels. The UCEM Bursaries Working Group will consider applicants’ academic merit, how they have demonstrated their commitment to entering the built environment profession, and financial need as part of the selection process.
University College of Estate Management
Fees coverage : 50% coverage
up to 50% of tuition fees for the first year of study.
Architecture, Building and Planning
Number of awards
All eligible students