The Architectural Association is committed to giving as many talented students as possible the opportunity to study at its School in London, with approximately one in six of all students receiving financial assistance from the AA’s Scholarship, Bursary and Assistantship programme. (See: http://www.aaschool.ac.uk/APPLY/FINANCIAL_AID/overview.php)
Prospective Students: How to Apply
Prospective students applying for the 4th Year of the Undergraduate programme must state their interest in an AA Scholarship in the ‘Scholarships and Awards’ section of their application form for entry in the School. There is no need to specify the Mark Fisher Scholarship at this point, as if applicable, this will be decided by the AA’s Admissions Panel. Applicants must complete the online application form for entry and submit a portfolio by the early application deadline. Applications received after this date, but before the late application deadline, will be considered for financial asssitance at the discretion of the School. If eligible, students whose work is considered to be of the required standard will be invited, after their entry interview, to complete a scholarship application form, provide financial information and submit a portfolio for the Scholarship Committee. Full details regarding this process will be sent with the official offer letter.
Current Students: How to Apply
Current AA students who will be entering the 4th Year of their five-year Undergraduate course in the following academic year are eligible to apply for the Mark Fisher Scholarship, and should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request further information with regards to the application/portfolio/deadline, which is generally in the Springtime.
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