First 500 Scholarship for Full-time and Part-time Studies at Kent


The University of Kent is currently accepting applications for the First 500 Scholarship from prospective students from both the United Kingdom and beyond who are interested in enrolling in one of the university’s undergraduate degree programs for the academic session 2022/2023.

The scholarship will be awarded to students who are enrolled in either a part-time or full-time study program in order to assist with the payment of some of the associated costs. Students from the United Kingdom, the European Union, and worldwide locations are strongly urged to make the most of this opportunity.

Sponsor(s) of this Scholarship: The University of Kent

Type of Award: Financial Contribution Towards Tuition

Institution(s) Playing Host: The University of Kent

Value of the Scholarship: $2,000

The number of awards has been quite a few.

Undergraduate is the Level of Study

Nationality: Each and Every Nationality

Scholarship for the First 500 Students at the University of Kent | Eligibility Requirements
Applicants who are interested in the First 500 Scholarship at the University of Kent 2022/23 are required to meet the following criteria in order to be considered for the scholarship:

Must have obtained AAB grades across all three A Levels or an equivalent qualification (i.e. 136 points or higher).
In September of 2022, they will be beginning the first year of their undergraduate degree.
Have used the UCAS system to submit their application to the University of Kent.
Before the 31st of August in 2022, you must have an unwavering commitment to study at Kent.
It is required that you display good academic and research talents.

Procedures for Making Applications

Instructions for Applying: Those who are interested in applying for the First 500 Scholarship at the University of Kent 2022/23 must submit an application online while ensuring that they fit the criteria outlined above. Essays ranging from 750 to 1000 words will need to be submitted by applicants on the following topics:

“In 1965, when the first students registered at the brand-new University of Kent in Canterbury (which was the name of the university at the time), there were no student organizations, no sports clubs, and no student representatives. In 2018, there were almost 400 student representatives, 67 sports clubs, and 189 societies available to the school’s total enrollment of 20,000 students. The first students to attend Kent were given the chance, as well as the obligation, to initiate all of these from the ground up. What would you study and why if we were to create a new institution in 2022 and you were one of the first students to enroll?”

The essay must be saved by the applicant as a Microsoft Word document. Include the following information at the very top of the document: the title of the essay, your full name, and the identification number assigned to you by the University of Kent.

The deadline for submission of applications is the 31st of October, 2022 at 23:59 GMT.