|Scholarship Name||Linda Benfield Bursaries|
|Scholarship amount||£1000 paid in 3 instalments|
> £1000 paid in three instalments 2nd, third and fourth year feminine Great Britain undergraduates United Nations agency area unit learning engineering (BEng) degrees
> All Great Britain undergraduates (1st, 2nd, third years) learning within the college of Health and Life Sciences
> Students must have a family income of £35,000 or less per year.
|Scholarship Name||Flying Start International Travel Grant|
|Scholarship amount||£100 – Students undertaking trip less than 30 days. (Short Term Mobility) | £500 – Students undertaking trip for 30 days and more. (Long Term Mobility)|
> Students should be paying full time fees.
> It must be a University authorised trip related to the student’s course.
> Students must be on Full time/Sandwich course.
> Students must be an active Coventry University student.
|Scholarship Name||The Academic Merit Scholarship|
> Starting the primary year of associate college man course in school year 2021/22 at Coventry University field or Coventry University London **
> Achieve minimum one hundred sixty UCAS points.
|Scholarship Name||Santander bursaries for care leavers|
|Scholarship amount||undertake the international journeys offered through the programme.|
To be eligible you stay in the united kingdom, be below twenty five years previous, and are in Great Britain authority look after a minimum of thirteen weeks since the age of fourteen.
|Scholarship Name||Sports scholarships|
|Scholarship amount||worth up to £3000|
> Be able to demonstrate excellence in their chosen sporting activity at national or international level;
> Be willing and able to represent the University at a high level in that sport;
> Be competing in a sport which is part of the BUCS Sport, Olympic Sports or Paralympic Sports programmes
|Scholarship Name||#JoinYourAIFuture Data Science Scholarships|
|Scholarship amount||Scholarship of £10,000, to be paid in instalments|
> Female students
> Black students (as defined by HESA codes: 21; 22; 29; 41; 42)
> Disabled students