NEWH Scholarships Competition 2023

Applications are now open for NEWH Scholarships 2023. Don’t miss your opportunity to enter this year’s student competition!

Each year NEWH in the UK run a student competition and award at least 3 scholarships to Undergraduate students in their 2nd year (or above), studying Interior Architecture or Design. Following receipt of a successful application students are then invited to take part in a ‘NEWH Judging Day’, where by the students present their work to a panel of design professionals. At the end of the day, up to 3 students will be selected to receive the scholarship prize of Β£2000 each. The application is the 14th April, 2023.

Design Insider Editor, Alys Bryan, has been invited to join the judging panel, she comments:

‘It is a honour to be invited to join the judging panel for this year’s scholarship.  Having been a design student myself I know the enormous impact that receiving funding in this way can have on your work, but even more importantly, having the quality of your work recognised by industry professionals will give the recipients well deserved confidence in their skills before they even begin their career journey. I am very much looking forward to hearing the students present in person and being able to identify the magic within the details of their designs.’

Applications are now open! See the NEWH, Inc The Hospitality Network website to download the Application form:

This video showcases some of our past winners and the benefits they gained from taking part in the NEWH Scholarships Competition.

Christy Runagall Scholarship Winner 2022

Emily Marzocchi Scholarship Winner 2021

Shafaq Sultana Highly Commended 2019

NEWH has awarded more than $5 million in scholarships and is the premier networking resource for the hospitality industry.


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