The Dr Nicholas Bowen Award for Excellence

Overview

The Dr Nicholas Bowen Award for Excellence was established in 2017, at the wish of Dr Nicholas Bowen. Dr. Bowen was instrumental in the success of international business at Regent’s from 1980 to 2012. He was awarded an Honorary Senior Fellowship in 2017, which he was honoured to accept. He was also President of the Chartered Institute of Linguists from 2012 until his death, having worked with the Institute for more than 25 years.

Roxanne Taku was awarded the Nick Bowen Award in 2018/19. Read about her experience as a recipient of the award here.

Today, the Dr Nicholas Bowen Award for Excellence offers £1,000 to one student who best demonstrates the following attributes: 

  • Academic performance 
  • A spirit of enterprise 
  • Commitment to internationalism 
  • Ability to build community spirit amongst the student body 
Type of funding Academic Award
How many offered? 1
Reward amount £1,000
Level of study Undergraduate, Year 2
Nationality All nationalities
Programmes All undergraduate degree programmes in the Business & Management Faculty
Criteria Applicants should be in their second year of an undergraduate degree with the Business & Management Faculty at Regent's
Closing date

Midnight Sunday 29th March 2020.

Contact [email protected] for more information.

Please note shortlisted applicants will be invited to meet the selection panel. Date TBC.

Click here to start your application.

How to Apply

This scholarship is awarded through competition. To apply, please complete the following tasks:

1. Please write an 800-1000 word essay on the following topic, according to your own interpretation: 

“The Award is given for academic performance, a spirit of enterprise, commitment to internationalism, team spirit and contribution to the student body. How have you demonstrated these attributes in your time at Regents?” 

2. Complete the Regent’s Scholarship Application Form. Make sure you upload your essay to the application form.

Click here to start your application.