Deadline: April 3, 2012
The RIBA Aedas Stephen Williams Scholarship is an annual funding scheme supporting
postgraduate students of architecture enrolled in Schools of Architecture with RIBAvalidated courses in the UK and abroad. The Scholarship is offered in partnership with Aedas Architects Ltd and has been named in memory of Stephen Williams, a past Director of Aedas.
The Scholarship aims to support outstanding students who have the potential to make a significant contribution in the field of architecture.
• have graduated from a Part 1 programme validated by the RIBA in the UK and At the time of application, students must either:
• be enrolled in an RIBA-validated Part 2 professional qualification in the UK or abroad, and will be starting the final year in September 2012.
• be enrolled, or have been granted a placement offer, in a Masters course (nonRIBA Part 2) related to architecture, at a university department that also offers courses validated by the RIBA in the UK or abroad
Preference will be given to applicants who are RIBA members. RIBA Student membership is free to students studying on RIBA-validated courses. Go to www.architecture.com/jointheRIBA for an online application form.
Employees of the RIBA, Aedas, and trustees or members of the RIBA Education Trust
Funds Committee will not be eligible to apply for the scholarship.
You must complete all sections of the application form, which has been designed to
ensure the judging committee have all necessary and relevant information to assess the applications. The judging committee will base its decision on a combination of academic ability and merit as well as financial need. Therefore, please ensure:
• That the financial information you provide relates only to the academic year of the
scholarship (September 2012-June 2013)
• That you have declared all sources of income and any outstanding scholarship or
• That you include a reference from your current or most recent tutor. This reference is an important part of the application for verifying for the judging panel your academic abilities, and your promise as a student of architecture.
Please complete and return the enclosed application form to:
Alternatively, print a hardcopy and post to:
RIBA Education Department
66 Portland Place
London W1B 1AD
Applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by Thursday 27 April 2012.
Please contact Jo Scott in the RIBA Education Department if you have any questions about the application process: Joanna.email@example.com +44 (0)20 7307 3678