Queen’s is delighted to partner with Lloyds Banking Group to offer up to 15 undergraduates the opportunity to become a Lloyds Scholar across almost any of our degree programmes.
This unique social mobility programme offers students, from lower income households (under £25,000), a complete package of financial support.
The programme is designed to provide mentoring and internship opportunities; develop employability skills; and encourage involvement within the local community.
In return you must:
You can apply for the Lloyd's Scholars Programme if you have:
The application process for this scholarship will open in May 2019 but you can register your interest now at www.lloyds-scholars.com to ensure you are kept up to date on any news.
You will be required to complete an online application form to check your eligibility; this will be followed by a short competency based telephone interview; and finally an assessment centre with a face-to-face interview.
Queen's University will be happy to offer support to any applicants that make it through to the assessment centre stage. Get in touch with us at LloydsScholars@qub.ac.uk and we'll arrange to meet with you.
Important to Note:
You can find out more information by visiting the Lloyd's Scholars Website
*Terms and conditions apply
“Having the financial support and the mentoring really encouraged me because I was really nervous about going to university. It will really make sure I push myself to grow and develop.”
“I feel honoured that Lloyds chose me and to make sure it wasn’t a wasted choice I plan to do big things. I’m going to enjoy the volunteering quite a lot because I do enjoy helping people.”
“It was a very rigorous process and it really does test your ability but I’m just happy I’m here and it paid off. I’m very interested in getting a career and I think the Lloyds Scholarship will help me.”
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