RIBA John and David Hubert Bursary


East Midlands, East of England, Yorkshire and the Humber, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, South West, South East, London, North West, North East, West Midlands



Type of opportunity

Small grant

Closed for 2024

Royal Institute of British Architects

About this opportunity

The aim of the RIBA John and David Hubert Bursary is to provide financial support to students enrolled in a professional qualification in architecture validated by the RIBA as either a Part 1 or a Part 2 course in the UK, who are in situations of forced displacement.

The bursary intends to assist, first and foremost, architecture students who have been forcibly displaced, and with any of the following immigration statuses:

Asylum seeker
Humanitarian protection
Limited Leave to Remain
Discretionary Leave to Remain
Indefinite Leave to Remain
Section 67 Leave
Calais Leave
As well as meeting the above criteria, applicants will be assessed on their demonstration of financial need and commitment to their studies.

Successful applicants will receive £3,000 per academic year for the remainder of their Part 1 or Part 2 course. The maximum bursary amount awarded to any one applicant will not exceed £6,000.

Level of Study

  • Undergraduate


Asylum seeker, Refugee status, Humanitarian protection, Limited or Discretionary Leave to Remain (private/family life), Indefinite Leave to Remain, Other forms of sanctuary (including Calais Leave, Section 67 Leave, UASC leave and Stateless Leave)

What is included in this opportunity?

  • Partial bursary (study costs and partial living costs)

Types of study available

  • Full-time

For further questions contact RIBA Student Funding