Local Boroughs Scholarship

Annual Value: £5,000 fee waiver plus £1,000 taken either as (a) an additional fee waiver or (b) discount on the cost of on-campus accommodation or (c) a cash award

How many: 10

For how many years: 3 years (subject to meeting progression criteria)

Application process: apply via My Applications Portal

Eligibility: scholarships will be allocated in early September, following publication of UK 'A' level examination results, starting with those applicants who have achieved the greatest number of tariff points above 360 (excluding Key Skills), who have made Brunel University their firm choice through UCAS and who also meet the following criteria:

  • must attend a maintained school or college (not an independent or private school) in Brent, Ealing, Hammersmith & Fulham, Harrow, Hillingdon or Hounslow
  • must meet at least one of the following underrepresented* criteria:
    - be care leaver
    - be from a low participation neighbourhood
    - be a mature student (21 or over at the start of their course)
    - have an assessed household income of £25,000 or less
    - have a disability (including dyslexia)
    - be from a low-socio economic background
    - have parents who do not have a higher education qualification

*under-represented, as in Brunel University’s population

Allocation will continue with those who have the next highest number of UCAS tariff points, excluding Key Skills, until all the scholarships have been allocated.

Local Borough Scholarships Schools


  • Alperton Community School
  • Ark Academy
  • Capital City Academy
  • Claremont High School
  • Convent of Jesus and Mary Language College
  • Copland Community School
  • JFS School
  • Kingsbury High School
  • Newman Catholic College
  • Preston Manor High School
  • Queen's Park Community School
  • St Gregory’s Science College
  • The College of North West London
  • The Crest Boys Academy
  • The Crest Girls Academy
  • Wembley High Technology College


  • Acton High School
  • Brentside High School
  • Cardinal Wiseman Catholic High School
  • Dormers Wells High School
  • Drayton Manor High School
  • Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College
  • Elthorne Park High School
  • Featherstone High School
  • Greenford High School
  • Northolt High School
  • The Ellen Wilkinson School for Girls
  • Twyford C of E High School
  • Villiers High School

Hammersmith and Fulham

  • Burlington Danes Academy
  • Fulham College Academy Trust - Fulham Enterprise Studio (14-18)
  • Hammersmith Academy
  • Ealing, Hammersmith and West London College
  • Lady Margaret School
  • Phoenix High School
  • The London Oratory School
  • William Morris Academy


  • Bentley Wood High School
  • Canons High School
  • Harrow College
  • Harrow High School
  • Hatch End High School
  • Nower Hill High School
  • Park High School
  • Rooks Heath College for Business and Enterprise
  • St Dominic's (RC) Sixth Form College
  • Salvatorian College
  • Stanmore College
  • The Sacred Heart Language College
  • Whitmore High School


  • Abbotsfield School
  • Barnhill Community High School
  • Bishop Ramsey CofE School
  • Bishopshalt School
  • Harlington Community School
  • Haydon School
  • Hewens College
  • Northwood School
  • Parkside Studio College
  • Queensmead School
  • Rosedale College
  • Ruislip High School
  • Stockley Academy
  • Swakeleys School
  • The Douay Martyrs (RC) School
  • The Guru Nanak Sikh Academy
  • The Harefield Academy
  • Uxbridge College
  • Uxbridge High School
  • Vyners School


  • Brentford School for Girls
  • Chiswick School
  • Cranford Community College
  • Feltham Community College
  • The Green School
  • Gumley House (RC) Convent School
  • Gunnersbury Catholic School
  • The Heathland School
  • Heston Community School
  • Isleworth and Syon School for Boys
  • Kingsley Academy (formerly Hounslow Manor School)
  • Lampton School
  • Rivers Academy, West London (formerly Longford School)
  • St Mark's Catholic School
  • West Thames College

Page last updated: Monday 09 December 2013