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Scholarship Opportunities for 2024 entry 

National Heart and Lung Institute (NHLI) scholarships

We are pleased to offer four NHLI scholarships for highly motivated new UK or international applicants for our Allergy postgraduate programmes for the next academic year 2024-2025.

This comprises:

  • One scholarships covering £3,000 towards fees
  • Three scholarships covering £2,000 towards fees

These awards are open to all students who make an application to a postgraduate course in Allergy. It is not essential for applicants to have already received an offer of a place on a programme, but the initial programme application must be made before applying for a scholarship.

Briess Family Charitable Trust (BFCT) scholarship

We are also offering one scholarship supported by the Briess Family Charitable Trust (BFCT).
The BFCT is a family charity wanting to support a student into our programme. Their teenage daughter tragically died in 2021 from perioperative anaphylaxis, the Allergy Faculty have worked closely to support the family since. This scholarship is being offered as a legacy after this immensely sad event
  • This scholarship will be awarded to one student applying to the MSc Allergy 
  • It is worth £7025 and would cover 50% of the total MSc fee for Home students (UK or Ireland)
  • This scholarship can be awarded to a Home or Overseas student in the online or blended stream

How to Apply

To apply for the scholarship, candidates are asked to submit a brief CV (max. two pages) and complete the application form by 19 June 2024. Please note that your CV will need to be sent separately to and your application will not be considered until it is received. Your application will be reviewed by an expert panel of experienced academics and the decision will be communicated by the end of July to all applicants.

Terms and conditions

When applying for these scholarships, candidates agree to Imperial's terms and conditions regarding scholarships and bursaries.

Please note, the following conditions override the standard Imperial terms and conditions:

  • Both part-time and full-time students are eligible to apply.
  • An offer of a place is not required before applying, but candidates must first apply for a Master's programme run by the NHLI before applying for either of these Scholarships.
  • Candidates who do not apply through the online scholarship form will not be considered for the Faculty of Medicine Master's Scholarships.
  • The decision of the selection panel is final. No appeal process is available and we are unable to provide feedback to unsuccessful candidates.
  • Awards cannot be deferred or used to fund non-PGT programmes within the Faculty of Medicine, or programmes run by other faculties or schools at Imperial or elsewhere.
  • Although your scholarship application will be primarily based on your programme application form, the panel may consult your programme application if it is deemed necessary.
  • The continued payment of a Faculty of Medicine Scholarship is subject to satisfactory academic progression on the programme. Award holders will also be required to maintain a minimum class attendance of 80%.
  • Faculty of Medicine Master's Scholarships are non-transferable. If you transfer to another institution or withdraw from the College, any payments due to you will be cancelled.
  • Awardees will be required to participate in promotional activities during the course of their studies and allow their image to be used by Imperial for publicity purposes. Such activities may include (but are not limited to) attending recruitment events, discussing their experiences with prospective postgraduate students and producing occasional print or web copy.

Contact us with any queries.