Students who are in need of help for financial aid may apply for a scholarship at Immerse Education, which could result in a maximum 100% reduction in program fees. We receive a large number of applications for financial aid each year and only a compact percentage of students are successful. Two types of scholarship are available; the first for students aged 13-15 and the second for students aged 16-18.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines
Scholarship applicants must be:
Aged between 13-18 at the commencement of the selected program session.
Available to attend the academic sessions in Cambridge for the duration of the program.
Eligible to live and study in the UK for the duration of the program.
Attending a non-fee paying school (or attending a fee-paying school whilst receiving a scholarship/grant/bursary/financial assistance).
How to Apply
The application process is made up of three stages, details of which are outlined below (please note, all timings are GMT):
Stage 1 – Applications opened on Monday 10th September. Applicants should complete an online form as exactly as possible. The deadline for completing the application form is 23:59 pm on 7th December. On 4th January by 18:00, applicants will be notified of whether they have been successful in reaching Stage 2.
Stage 2 – Successful candidates will be invited to complete a video interview. Deadlines for the video interviews will be confirmed with the invitation. Applicants will typically have three days to respond.
Stage 3 – All applicants will be emailed with the outcome by 18th January. Those who are successful in the video interview stage will receive instructions regarding the required information to guide their application. This information may include some or all of the following:
Financial Aid Verification (evidence of financial hardship).
Recent Grades/Examination Results/Academic achievements.
References from Tutors/Teachers.
An essay on a topic to be confirmed at this time.
Stage 4 – All applicants must specify which subject they wish to study during the scholarship application process. Students are not required to pay a course deposit before applying for the scholarship. Unsuccessful scholarship applicants who do not wish to continue with a regular enrolment will be under no obligation to process a course deposit payment. Unsuccessful applicants who still wish to register are required to make a deposit payment to secure a place on their chosen course.