Revolutions in Biomedicine summer schools students studying in class

Applications now open!

Who is this scholarship for?

This scholarship is for students applying to our on campus summer school. We award this scholarship based on your apparent potential to succeed in biomedical sciences after graduation, which is assessed in your scholarship application form. 

What is included in this scholarship?

This scholarship covers the full course fee for the online summer school only. Please note that accomodation costs are not included and remain your responsbility. 

How do I apply for this scholarship?

The applications for the 2023 scholarships are now open! Please ensure you have first completed an application on Imperial Gateway following the guidance on our How to Apply page before completing a scholarship application. Failure to do this could render your scholarship application invalid.

You can apply for multiple scholarships within the same scholarship form (as long as you are eligible). You should only complete a scholarship application once.

Click here for the 2023 scholarship application form
Within the application form there is guidance on how to best present yourself within your written statement. We advise you to follow this guidance to give yourself the best chance to be shortlisted for interview. We will not communicate with you about your application until the deadline has passed. If we offer you a scholarship, it will be conditional on a suitable academic reference.


What can I expect?

The On Campus Summer School Scholarship provides you with a rare opportunity to get real wet lab experience, whilst making friends with fellow students from all over the world. You'll be learning about topics ranging from the population, to the molecular level and get the opportunity to network with leading academics at the forefront of their field.

Read what our recent On Campus Summer School scholarship winner, Emily, and her summer school experience:

"For me, the highlight of the Revolutions in Biomedicine Mini Research Project was the plethora of learning opportunities that were provided for us during the two weeks. From the beginning of the day to the end, the learning never stopped. Whether that was via talking to Imperial masters students, listening to renowned guest lecturers, gaining practical skills in the lab, strengthening team working skills in our lab groups or just by talking to peers from various parts of the world. 

The leaders of the programme played a huge role in my experience. They were there to push us and expose us to new ideas, but also ready to step in when anyone needed help. Any anxieties I had about the research project were quelled due to the friendly lab aids, teachers and other students who were all very patient and helpful. 

I found the whole experience helped me to realise how much the field of Biomedicine has to offer. After my two weeks there, I left Imperial feeling inspired, empowered and excited about my future, and with lots of new friends and amazing memories to go along with it."