Undergraduates at Imperial College London who are applying for the MSc in Statistics are also eligible to apply for a scholarship from the Basil Furneaux Memorial Fund. For further details and eligibility visit Basil Furneaux Memorial Fund.

MSc Women’s Scholarship funded in part by Marjorie McDermott: The Department of Mathematics offers the Marjorie McDermott’s scholarship to promote our women scholars as well as Imperial College’s commitments to Equality, Diversity, and Inclusivity. Marjorie McDermott was an alumna of Imperial’s Department of Mathematics. She graduated with a BSc in Mathematics in 1951 and then completed a DIC (MSc) in 1952.  Each autumn, women in Imperial’s MSc programmes will be invited to apply for a Marjorie McDermott Scholarship. 

There are up to two women awarded a scholarship through this route each year. Applicants are expected to have been awarded a First Class or equivalent undergraduate degree in Mathematics, Statistics, or a closely related field. Recipients of the scholarship are awarded a total of £7,500 in two instalments during their master's study. Individual students are not allowed to hold more than one of these scholarships. For further information visit the MSc Marjorie McDermott Women's Scholarship page.

Additionally, Imperial College London offers a range of scholarships for postgraduate students to support you through your studies. Search for scholarships using the College scholarships search tool to see what you might be eligible for.