The Jarrett Scholarship 2021 entry
This scholarship will provide up to £12,000 (£3,000 a year for 3 years of study plus a PTY year if taken) for an undergraduate physics student in the Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences at the University of Surrey.
About the The Jarrett Scholarship 2021 entry
This scholarship is generously funded by Colin Jarrett, a University of Surrey physics alumnus.
It will support an undergraduate student during their physics degree programme at the University of Surrey, providing £3,000 a year for three years of academic study, plus £3,000 for a Professional Training placement (if taken).
The scholarship cannot be received alongside the Full Surrey Award. However, it can be received in addition to a university sports scholarship or any other bursary, prize or award including the In2Surrey scholarship. It will be awarded to one successful applicant.
Eligibility criteria for the The Jarrett Scholarship 2021 entry
This scholarship is open to undergraduate students from the UK/EU who are in their first year of studying a physics degree.
Applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Has chosen Surrey as their first choice university
- Has grown up in the care sector AND/OR can demonstrate a household income of less than £35,000.
How to apply for the The Jarrett Scholarship 2021 entry
Successful students will be advised of their application outcome by October 2021.
Please note that applications to this scholarship are competitive and not all applications will be successful.