Bath Abbey Choral scholarships are available to students at any stage of their academic career. Scholarships are worth £750 per term.
GCHQ CyberFirst Bursary offer Bursaries worth up to £4,000 a year, plus some paid summer work experience and onward graduate opportunities for those interested in careers in cyber security.
GoSkills Scholarship offers a $2000 scholarship to any female student who wants to start her own business.
Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust provides bursaries of up to £3,000 per year for full-time, UK undergraduate students and £5,000 per year for full-time, UK postgraduate students. You can apply if you are in financial need and the son, daughter or partner of a chemist, grocer or commercial traveller.
Quality Company Formations offer scholarships to aspiring entrepreneurs to help get their business ideas off the ground.
The Rapid Formations Entrepreneur Scholarship offers scholarships of £500 to support up-and-coming business leaders with their entrepreneurial endeavours.
The 1st Formations Business Scholarship provides £600 awards for students who want to run their own business.
The Eagle House Educational Trust Scholarship is a scholarship of up to £1,500 for children and young people in Somerset and historic Avon who have been looked after in foster or residential care. You can also apply if you have received considerable support from Children's Social Care at some point in your life.
The Hidden Pearls bursaries are awards of £1,000 available to British Muslim Girls from under privileged backgrounds.
The Miranda Brawn Diversity Leadership Foundation Scholarships award up to £1,000 plus exclusive mentoring and potential work experience for one year of study to future diversity leaders.
The Sleeknote Scholarship is a $1,000 scholarship awarded to two students each year.
Toptal scholarships for women provide $10,000 scholarships and mentoring to help exceptional women break through barriers and accomplish extraordinary outcomes.
UKNEST offers scholarships for STEM students (Engineering, Science or Technology) which include a grant of £1,500 and mentoring from a UKNEST member organisation.