The Quality Company Formations Scholarship

2021 - 2022

Scholarships for UK and US Students

QCF specialises in providing a full range of company structures for new start businesses. We fully appreciate how challenging it can be to start a new business - particularly for those who are also studying at university or college. That's why we hoffer scholarships devoted exclusively to aspiring entrepreneurs.

What is the award?

Our scholarship awards up to 3 students with £1,000 or $1,250. This is a one-off payment, and should be utilised to further develop each winner's business concept.

Am I eligible?

The QCF scholarship is open to both current and incoming undergraduate and postgraduate students, currently enrolled at an accredited learning institution in the UK or the US.

How do I apply?

Click the button to be taken to our application page, which provides full instructions on how to apply for our scholarship.

When is the application deadline?

All applications must be submitted by 5pm on 30th June 2023 to be considered for an award. Applications sent after this deadline will not be accepted.

When will the winners be announced?

The winners of this year's scholarship will be selected by an in-house committee by 31st July 2023. Winners will be notified of their results the following week.

Scholarship Winners

2022

Bintou Jobe


A PhD student at The University of South Wales.
2021

Cydney Lyons


A Real Estate Development student at Columbia University.

Kelsey Hunt


A Zoology student at the University of St Andrews.
2020

Jack Culpan


An Advanced Computer Science student at Exeter University.

Mei-Chin Pang


A PhD student at Imperial College London.
2019

Graham Markham


An MBA student at
London Business School.
2018

Maarten de Vries


A Computational Neurobiology student at
Harvard University.
2017

George Foot


A PhD student at
The University of Cambridge.

John McDonald


A Business Studies student at
Strathclyde Business School.
2016

Liam Fallon


A Mechanical Engineering student at
Queen Mary University of London.

Liam McMorrow


A PhD student at
The University of Aberdeen.
Graduating students throwing caps in the air