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Computer Science Scholarships

We are delighted to be able to offer a number of philanthropically-funded scholarships to support students with the cost of study and living during their time at Durham. To find out more about eligibility for each scholarship and to make an application, please follow the links below.  If you have any further questions, please contact

Anne-Marie Imafidon Scholarships for Women in Technology

Our Anne-Marie Imafidon (AMI) Women in Tech scholarships support female undergraduates throughout their degree, inviting them to become key ambassadors for our wider Department. These scholarships have been established by prominent technology leaders within our Durham alumni community. Find out more and how to apply.

Hunt Scholarship

Our new Hunt Scholarship has been provided as part of the wider Hunt Programme, established by Durham alumnus and former Netflix CPO, Dr Neil Hunt. One scholarship will be available each year to an exceptional incoming undergraduate, an opportunity which will reflect our core values in supporting students from underrepresented backgrounds. Find out more and how to apply.

Durham Inspired Computer Science Scholarships

This Computer Science Scholarship is offered thanks to the generous support of University donors. Find out more and how to apply.

Durham Inspired Computer Science: Coleman Scholarship

This scholarship is awarded once every 3 or 4 years, and funded by an alumnus – Mark Coleman. The scholarship will provide support to an undergraduate student in financial need who is undertaking a programme of study with the Department of Computer Science - including those taking a foundation or masters programme. Find out more and how to apply.

 There are also a number of other sources of funding in the university for which Computer Science students are eligible. Further information is available on the University scholarship pages and the International Office country specific pages.