To support our vision to ‘unite the cultures of the world through education’, SBC provides an annual international summer school scholarship programme to support students who would not otherwise have access to summer schooling in the UK.
Summer Boarding Courses are delighted to offer fully funded scholarships to students aged 13-17 years old who are seeking financial aid.
One of the UK’s Most Multi-National Summer School Providers
We believe all cultures around the world should be united through education. Last year, students joined us from 101 different countries.
A British Council Inspection Report Score of 15 out of 15
We are the UK’s first and only multi-centre summer school to achieve 15 out of 15 Areas of Strength in a British Council Inspection report.
Exciting Academic Courses at Prestigious Venues
Our students have the opportunity to study a wide range of academic courses in some of the world’s most famous schools and university colleges.
I guess SBC has given me a new perspective on life. Before coming here, I would say I assumed a lot of things. I stereotyped people and after coming here, it really broadened my horizons. I’ve met a lot of new people, gained a lot of new insights…and I guess it has made me a better version of myself.
The programme is intended for students/families who would otherwise be unable to afford our course fees. We welcome students aged between 13-17 years to apply for the scholarship programme.
School Scholarship Scheme (13-16):
Collage Scholarship Scheme (15-17):
School Scholarship Scheme
Our Summer School Scholarship is for young people (13 – 16 years old) who would benefit from an English language course, in order to support their academic progress. Scholarships are for individuals who would not otherwise be able to access such opportunities due to financial constraints. Special consideration will be given to students who have recently resettled in the UK.
College Scholarship Scheme
Our scholarship scheme is for students, 15 -17 years old, living overseas or in the UK, wanting to come and study on one of SBC’s College courses. This would be to support the applicant’s further academic study and future career prospects. Applicants must not currently be attending a private school (unless on bursary/scholarship scheme), nor should their family be able to reasonably afford to pay for the course. This scholarship scheme is to support students who would not otherwise be able to experience studying on one of SBC’s courses due to financial constraints.