U.S. $ fee payers Undergraduate Scholarships
One of the first universities to introduce the liberal arts to the UK, Richmond pioneered this multi-disciplinary approach. Our range of Liberal Arts Awards which are available to US students celebrate our liberal arts approach, which provides diversity, choice and freedom.
Our scholarships can make a real difference to helping fund your studies. The University is keen to provide every opportunity to give you a truly international experience with options to study in London as well as globally through our credit-bearing internships or studying abroad with one of our international partners.
- Richmond USD $ scholarship awards are usually available only to full-time, degree-seeking students at Richmond
- These are merit based and can be combined with your Direct FAFSA Loans, private loans and other sources of personal funding
Please contact us if you have any questions at email@example.com.
|US Liberal Arts Excellence Award||3.7 GPA||£4,750 per year|
|US Liberal Arts Pioneer Award||3.5 GPA||£3,750 per year|
|US Liberal Arts Attainment Award||3.0 GPA||£3,000 per year|
|US Liberal Arts Award||2.7 GPA||£2,000 per year|
Awards are made based on unweighted GPA.
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Terms & Conditions: 1.Continuation of the US Liberal Arts Excellence Award after the first year is conditional on the student achieving a cumulative GPA of at least 3.3 from the previous academic year, remaining in good standing and making a positive contribution to University life. 2.Continuation of the US Liberal Arts Pioneer Award after the first year is conditional on the student achieving a cumulative GPA of at least 2.8 from the previous academic year, remaining in good standing and making a positive contribution to University life. 3.Continuation of the US Liberal Arts Award after the first year is conditional on the student achieving a cumulative GPA of at least 2.5 from the previous academic year, remaining in good standing and making a positive contribution to University life. 4.Richmond has sole discretion to assign, vary or withdraw this award. 5.We reserve the right to adjust the value, volume and eligibility criteria of our scholarships.
Please note these scholarships apply only to US Dollar ($) fee-paying students.
Get involved, retain your scholarship and succeed at Richmond
In order to retain the Award throughout the duration of your programme, scholarship holders are expected to be actively involved in the community of the University.
We have devised a wide range of options for students where your involvement will be monitored. This is in keeping with the University’s mission, vision and values of social responsibility and community engagement.
Research indicates that students who are involved in their academic community are high achievers, develop more skills and are more confident and articulate people. Engaging in the activities we outline here also results in a more positive, fulfilling student experience.
Scholarship Maintenance Criteria:
- Maintaining the appropriate level of academic achievement
- Volunteering for five hours a semester on one of the following:
- Student Ambassadors
- Student Representation
- Student Leadership
- Participating or running Clubs and Societies
- Working on Campus
- Working in the community
- Local volunteering
- Participating to achieve the Globally Orientated Community Membership Award in three terms
Planning and tracking your involvement is really easy and is managed through the University’s Careers Portal operated by the Student Affairs Office.
US Veterans & dependants of Veterans:
Richmond is registered with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA); therefore, if you are a veteran or veteran dependant student, you are qualified to apply for VA Benefits (The Post 9/11 GI Bill or DEA) to use toward your Richmond fees. Richmond is dedicated to providing support to students who are veterans and dependants of veterans. As such, Richmond offers qualifying students the Yellow Ribbon Campaign Scholarship.
Richmond Yellow Ribbon Scholarship – $15,000 per academic year.
To qualify for the scholarship, please obtain your “Certificate of Eligibility” (COE) from your education officer. Once you have your COE, please submit it to our Office of Financial Assistance at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Office of Financial Assistance can then confirm scholarship eligibility.
Upon receipt of the certificate, the Office of Financial Assistance can certify enrolment with the VA at the start of the semester for new students.
Please note: Richmond does not participate in the VA Yellow Ribbon Campaign as these funds cannot be used by students attending university outside of the United States. The Yellow Ribbon Campaign Scholarship cannot be combined with any other Richmond-issued scholarship.
For more information about your eligibility, please contact the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.
The Sean Steadman Art Scholarship
|The Sean Steadman Art Scholarship||USD $1,000|
This is one scholarship available to applicants commencing study at Richmond from January 2021 as well as current students at Richmond from any of the three programmes below, with a minimum 3.0 CGPA.
All applicants for this scholarship should send a submission of 500-1000 words on ‘How the degree programme you are applying for will help you reach your career objectives’, before Friday 27 November 2020, ideally together with some images taken from your portfolio (if relevant). The total sum amount of USD $1,000 will be deducted from tuition fees (one payment only, not for each year of study) and can be used in conjunction with SFE funding.
- BA Art History & Visual Culture
- BA Film & Photography
- MA Art History & Visual Culture
Sean Steadman was a student at Richmond, graduating in 2014 with a BA in Art & Design and then went into the MA programme in Art History & Visual Culture.
Please send us your submission with your application and entitle the document “The Sean Steadman Scholarship” via email to: email@example.com.