Scholarship Application

Are you an ambitious student looking to earn a place to study at Oxford or Cambridge?

Our scholarship competition gives students and applicants interested in our support the opportunity to win up to a full scholarship to enrol in UniAdmissions Programme.

To enter you will need to write an academic essay and submit this to our team, who will review your application and determine whether you are deserving of a scholarship.


Won scholarship onto the Computer Science Programme.


Won scholarship on Natural Science Programme.


Entered and got a partial scholarship for Medicine Programme.


Offer from Cambridge after working on Medicine Programme.

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Scholarship entry requirements


You can attend a state or private school.


The student has achieved mostly 8’s & 9’s at GCSE level.


The student must be predicted A*AA or above at A-Level.


The student must have a VISA or the ability to study in the UK.

ESSAY Topics

You are not limited to these topics, but if you are struggling for inspiration, these are the kind of topics you could submit your essay on.


what scholarships are available?

We are offering a limited number of 100% scholarships to enrol on our Programmes for especially strong entries. We are aiming to offer five full scholarships in total.

If you submit a strong application but do not achieve a full scholarship, you may be offered a partial scholarship.

The partial scholarship will allow you to gain subsidised enrolment onto a UniAdmissions Programme.

We will determine which students are eligible for a partial scholarship based on a number of different factors such as; the number of entries received, quality of your essay submission, availability for your Programme subject and many other factors.


UniAdmissions offer bursaries through our Foundation for hundreds of students each year, however, not all students looking to use our services are applicable to apply to the bursary.

The Scholarship was created to allow ambitious students, who cannot apply to our bursary, the opportunity to earn their place on one of our Programmes at a reduced fee or under a full scholarship.

Any student who fulfils the criteria laid out above is applicable to apply to the scholarship. Essentially, what we are looking for is an academically capable student who would truly benefit from attending Oxford or Cambridge.

The most significant portion of the application, and the component we consider most heavily in our decision, is the essay submission. There is no time limit, so you may spend however long you wish on your essay.

The essay cannot be more than 1,200 words long (+/- 10%).

To apply, you simply need to fill out the form will all of the information we ask for, and attach your essay submission.

  • Your essay is limited to 1,200 words (+/- 10%).
  • You should include references and sources where required.
  • The essay should be considered as you would an academic piece of work.
  • Your essay should be submitted via the application form. Entries via email will not be considered.

Due to our large tutor base, we are able to provide support for 95% of students and subjects. If you have students wishing to pursue more niche subjects, please contact us and we will be able to let you know whether we can accommodate for them.

We endeavour to review all applications in a timely manner, but a response can take up to 4 weeks as we carefully review each submission.

You can submit the application at any point throughout the year, however (if you are accepted), your scholarship programme will vary depending on what will be applicable at the time in relation to your application.

We have provided some example topics above, however, your essay submission should be closely related to your subject matter. For example, an applicant wishing to enrol on our Medicine Programme could write about “Soft skills for a doctor”.

You can submit your essay on any topic you wish, but keep in mind, the essay portion is the most highly considered by our team.

No, you may only submit one application to the Scholarship.