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The Amos Bursary is growing and will be introducing young women onto the programme from 2021 . Applications for young men and women open on the 17th November 2020.

What it means to be an Amos Bursary student

Amos Bursary students are an expanding group of young British people of African and Caribbean descent. They are high performers provided with the expertise required to take leading roles in a 21st century society and become role models

High Achiever

Attend the best Institution or University to meet your career prospects

Varied Work Experience

Secured relevant internships and work experience

Commercially Aware

Having commercial, global and cultural awareness

Social & Cultural Capital

Match your academic counterparts from private and independent schools

Leader

Leader or change maker in any field you choose to pursue

Role Model

Role model who gives back to your community and wider society

“Amos Bursary students , face socio-economic and environmental challenges everyday. They are outstanding like so many of our young people. They have ambition, work hard and care about family and community. They need support. Their talent recognised. Opportunities offered”

Baroness Amos Co-founder and charity Patron

Student Stories

Kenny Imafidon

James Frater

Solomon Adebiyi

Isaiah Wellington-Lynn

Treasure Oyelade

George Imafidon

Remel Anno-Barnieh

Oshotse Aliu

How to become a Student

The Amos Bursary Application is for students who are currently in Year 12 (sixth form). We will support you throughout your University experience and into the world of work or further study.

NB. Student applications for Year 12 student open annually between mid-November to January. Year 13 applications open every February.

The Kings, UCL & Imperial College Scholarship is for gap year or Year 13 students applying to Kings College London, UCL or Imperial. We will support you throughout your University experience and into the world of work or further study.

 

Kenny Imafidon

James Frater

Solomon Adebiyi

Isaiah Wellington-Lynn