Mathews Family Scholarship
The Mathews Family Scholarship for Medical students of £6,500 will be awarded annually to a Queen’s medical student to undertake Intercalated degree MSc (Res) in Cancer Medicine. The deadline is Monday 31 January 2022. For further details on this bursary and its terms please click here.
Kidney Research UK
Kidney Research UK offers grants of £5,000 to medical students undertaking research that is directly relevant to the kidney and kidney disease as part of an intercalated degree
This annual competition for Intercalated degrees for medical students aims to encourage and capture undergraduates with an interest in renal medicine at this early stage in their career development.
The £5,000 award is paid directly to the student, who can use this for living costs and fees, (award not allocable to research costs). The level of funding was agreed so as to be on a par with that offered by other funders providing intercalated year funding.
Further information will be posted on Kidney Research UK website when the call for applications opens. This will normally be in December of each year.
The Pathological Society
The Society funds up to ten medical, dental or veterinary undergraduates who wish to take an Intercalated Degree and are undergraduate members of the Society based in UK and/or Ireland. The grant will cover the cost of university fees of up to £9,000, £4,500 stipend & 1500 consumables. The closing date for this scholarship is normally 31 March each year. Further information on these grants and applications forms can be found available on the Pathological Society webpages.
Additional Scholarships may become available during the year. Full details on these will be advertised on our intercalated webpages.
Please also refer to the QUB Fees and Funding webpages for other University Scholarships and guidance on student financial support.