BSUF has been rewarding scholarships for study since 1967.

Currently, BSUF partners with the Marshall Scholarship to jointly fund American students pursuing post-baccalaureate study in the United Kingdom, and with the Fulbright Scholarship Program to support postgraduate Fulbright awards for students in the UK wishing to study in the US.

Please note that BSUF does not accept individual applications for scholarship support. Interested students should apply to the Marshall and Fulbright Scholarship programs directly.


Scholar Spotlight

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Mitchell Herrmann,
2016-18 BSUF/MARSHALL SCHOLAR

Mitchell is a 2016 graduate of Oberlin College, and is a established composer with an impressive background in the field of electro acoustic musical composition. During his first year in the UK, Mitchell studied music composition and media art at the University of Manchester, which culminated in a series of artistic residencies and exhibitions in Cyprus and Germany. Mitchell is now pursuing an M.A. in Contemporary Art Theory at the Centre for Research in Modern European Philosophy at Kingston University in London. His current course is centered around the European tradition of the philosophy of art. He expects to complete a six-month artist's residence and exhibition at the Braunschweig University of Art in Germany after concluding his studies in the UK.

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DOMINIC KELLY
2017-18 BSUF/FULBRIGHT SCHOLAR

Dominic is a doctoral candidate in psychology at the University of Michigan. He holds a B.A. Honors in psychology from Cambridge University and completed his M.Phil degree in psychology, also from Cambridge, in 2016. His primary academic interest concerns the degree to which variations between and within mathematics aptitude scores can be explained by gender differences, and what this means for the accurate assessment of latent cognitive variables. Building upon his M.Phil research - which synthesized datasets of mathematics examination results over fifteen years - Dominic's current studies will use experimental social psychological methods to explore gender disparities.