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Procter & Gamble Better Lives MA Awards

The Procter & Gamble Better Lives Postgraduate Awards Scholarship of £5,000 each are available to 2 Home, EU or International students currently enrolled on any masters course at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.


To be eligible for the Procter & Gamble Better Lives Postgraduate Awards Scholarship students must be:

  • Currently enrolled on a MA/MSc masters course at London College of Fashion.  Applications are welcome from all Home, EU or International students.

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Good news, despite all that is going on around us, we have again been offered two awards of £5000 each by Procter & Gamble for Masters students at London College of Fashion, UAL.

We invite applications from students who aspire through their final degree project to produce innovative new work that aligns with the College vision of Better Lives through the power of fashion. Awards will be granted on the strength of final project proposals.

The Better Lives programme here at the College uses the disciplines of fashion to drive change that improves people's lives and builds a sustainable future. And the timing couldn’t be more appropriate!

All disciplines can contribute to Better Lives, and interventions can be about the little, everyday things in life as well as big, radical changes. We encourage applicants who are engaging with new concepts for diverse communities of age, race and ability. Successful applicants will always have a research spirit of "Looking Ahead”.

No idea is too strange, bizarre or left-field. Indeed, we encourage the submission of truly innovative proposals - so long as they can be proved in principle on the timescale that the Award covers.

This is the seventh year of the awards, and we look forward to being inspired by the proposals of the 2019/20 cohort. In return our aim will be to help you, through the awards, to fulfil your project dream.


Applications are now closed for 2020/21 academic year.

Receiving payment

The award will provide a contribution towards your final master’s project and will be paid in one instalment via BACS to the award recipient.


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