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Donald Davies Computer Science scholarships

Donald Davies Computer Science scholarships

We offer a number of Computer Science scholarships, named after eminent computer scientist Donald Davies.

The scholarships are worth £1,000 in the first year of study, and can be renewed at a rate of £500 in your second, third and fourth year.

How do I apply?

All new undergraduate Computer Science applicants are considered for this scholarship. They are competitive and awarded to the best candidates. Selection is based on your final school results.

Scholarships will be confirmed when you enrol.

Additional information

You must achieve an overall First class mark in your end of year exams for years one, two and three (if taking the four year MSci) to receive the scholarship the following academic year.

 

Please email study@royalholloway.ac.uk with any queries

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