FUTURE LEARN SCHOLARSHIP
DEADLINE: 30 NOVEMBER 2021
The FutureLearn Scholarship is an amazing opportunity for you to become the change you want to see in the world. You bring the groundbreaking ideas and raw talent – we’ll bring the transformative online learning tools and mentorship.
As a FutureLearn Scholar you’ll get:
£4,000 of free learning from FutureLearn and The Open University.
£1,000 that you can use towards home study, specialist learning tools, or equipment.
8 hours of world-class mentorship and coaching from leading industry experts.
Future Learn will also be offering 100 runners up a free 12-month subscription to FutureLearn Unlimited. That means limitless access to all of FutureLearn’s short courses for a year.
FUTURE LEARN is looking for big dreamers, future leaders, blue-sky-thinkers, and creative solution makers in the fields of tech, mental health, teaching, and sustainability. All you need to apply is brilliant vision, bold optimism, and out-of-the-box thinking.
To apply, answer three simple questions on:
which of our four focus subjects inspire you
how you’re going to blaze a trail in it
why it’s exciting right now.
Whether you’re serious about sustainability, hooked on coding, passionate about education, or want to lead in mental health, say why your subject area matters and how you’d make the difference.
COURSES - https://www.futurelearn.com/subjects
Say why you're special What is it that makes you and your goals unique? Tell us why the world needs you to make a difference in either tech, mental health, teaching, or sustainability.
Prepare for success Dive deep into your chosen subject and sound out your ideas with someone you trust. Give yourself loads of time to write, rewrite, and edit your application.
Apply online When you’re ready, click the apply now button on this page. You’ll need to answer three simple questions and attach a short personal statement (more info below).
HOW TO APPLY
Applying to become a FutureLearn Scholar is easy. Fill in your answers to the three questions and add in your personal statement below by 18:00 GMT on the 30 November 2021. Don’t forget your entry must be within one of our four focus subject areas: mental health, teaching, tech and coding, or sustainability.
The final stage of your application asks for a short (max. 300 words) but powerful personal statement that shows your passion for your subject, as well as why it matters to you and our world.