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The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Future Insurer Scholarship






The Chartered Insurance Institute (CII) Future Insurer Scholarship is a major award scheme for undergraduate students beginning selected degrees of relevance to the insurance industry in September 2024. The Scholarship offers financial support totaling £16,500 each over three years to four academically able students from sections of the community who are traditionally under-represented in HE and aim to enter the insurance industry after graduation. 

The scholarship will assist students with their essential living costs and reduce the tuition fee for which they are liable. This will be achieved through an annual award towards living costs of £3,500 in addition to a contribution towards the student’s tuition fee of £2,000 every year for up to three years.

Students will be required to provide an annual statement to the donor reporting on their progress and explaining the extent to which the Scholarship has supported them during the academic year.

The Scholarship is funded by The Education and Training Trust of the Chartered Insurance Institute.

Please submit your completed application by the closing date: 19 June 2024 – late applications cannot be accepted.

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Please refer to the Guidance Notes below for assistance with completing your application.

How to apply

If you believe you are eligible for the CII Future Insurer Scholarship based on the above criteria, we encourage you to fill out the online application.

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Applications for this year's scholarship will close on 19 June 2024.

If you have missed the application deadline but are still interested in applying for the scholarship in the next academic year, you can begin to prepare your application using the guidance below.

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More funding options

Students who are eligible for the CII Future Insurer Scholarship may also be eligible for the following funding:

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Core Bursary

For UK students with a household income of less than £35,000 as assessed by student finance

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Nottingham Potential Bursary

For full-time UK students with personal circumstances or backgrounds that may have impacted academic potential

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Travel Scholarships

For students who will be travelling or studying abroad as part of their course


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