O’Neill-Brard Scholarship 2023 entry

The O’Neill-Brard Scholarship provides a scholarship of £9,000 over up to three years (£3,000 per year, excluding Professional Placement Year) for an undergraduate student in Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at the University of Surrey.


The O’Neill-Brard Scholarship provides a scholarship of £9,000 over up to three years (£3,000 per year, the excluding Professional Placement Year) for an undergraduate student in Economics in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences (FASS) at the University of Surrey.

To apply for this scholarship students must be commencing the first year of their undergraduate degree at the University of Surrey this October 2023 and should complete all sections of the application form. If you are the holder of an In2Surrey Scholarship offer you are eligible to apply as long as you meet the stated key criteria.

Successful students will be advised of the outcome of their application in the first semester.

Please note that application to the O’Neill-Brard Scholarship is competitive and not all applications will be successful.

Eligibility criteria

Open to undergraduate students from the UK or eligible EU students who are in their first year studying one of the below programmes:

  • Economics BSc (L100)
  • Business Economics BSc (LN11)
  • Economics and Finance BSc (L111)
  • Economics and Mathematics BSc (3T0U)
  • Politics and Economics BSc (LL12)

The Award will be paid each academic year provided that the student has maintained a minimum level of 2.1.

Your household income must be less than £35K.

How to apply

The O’Neill-Brard scholarship application form (docx) must be completed and submitted by the deadline date, which is 8 October 2023.

Please submit completed application forms to bursariesandscholarships@surrey.ac.uk

Application deadline

Contact details

For all enquiries regarding this scholarship, please email bursariesandscholarships@surrey.ac.uk

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