The Professor Malcolm Sargeant Scholarship offered by the Middlesex University London was donated by the Professor Malcolm Sargeant Charitable Trust, which was set up in memory of Professor Malcolm Sargeant, a Professor at Middlesex. Professor Sargeant was the first of his family to go to university, and this changed his life and his future.
As a legacy to him and his life the Professor Malcolm Sargeant Charitable Trust supports future students to achieve their goals by helping with access to a university education.
Middlesex University is a global family with a shared vision of a world that’s fairer and more inclusive. Our work is about taking action and finding solutions, bringing together disciplines, sectors and cultures.
They get students ready for whatever the future brings with opportunities to build their confidence, skills and connections and to achieve their ambitions.
Eligibility for The Professor Malcolm Sargeant Scholarship
- An incoming first year undergraduate student. (joining the University in Sept/Oct 2023)
- A student studying any subject at undergraduate level.
- A resident of England or Wales.
- Priority will be given to those who are the first in their family to go to university.
- Priority will be given to those who can demonstrate financial hardship and the impact this Scholarship will have on their studies.
- The Scholarship will be conditional on the recipient both accepting and starting their course.
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to Middlesex University on to apply
Go to Middlesex University on app.geckoform.com to apply
Please fill in the application below the webpage and note, an asterisk (*) denotes a required question.
Benefits of The Professor Malcolm Sargeant Scholarship
This Scholarship is for the academic year 2023/2024 and is to the value of £2,000. It will be distributed in 3 instalments throughout the year and is available to a first year undergraduate studying any subject. (As the Scholarship is payable in instalments, then payment of subsequent Scholarship instalments may be dependent on continued study at Middlesex and the Trustees reserve the right to withdraw the Scholarship if this is no longer the case.)