Jan Metzger Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Systems MSc (2022)

The Jan Metzger Scholarship in Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Systems is kindly funded through a generous donation from Sussex alumnus, Jan Metzger. The scholarship is available for a student taking up a place on Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Systems MSc (including with industrial placement year) at Sussex in 2022.

What you get

£11,275 fee waiver

Type of award

Tuition fee reduction

Funding type

Donor funded


Scholarship applicants need to have accepted a full-time place on the Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Systems MSc or Artificial Intelligence and Adaptive Systems (with an industrial placement year) MSc.

UK and overseas applicants will be considered. For UK fee paying students, the scholarship is a full fee waiver.

The successful applicant will demonstrate experience of and engagement with open source.


Number of scholarships available



15 July 2022 23:59

How to apply

Submit an online application for the scholarship after you have received and accepted an offer of a place. You will be required to submit a personal statement, this will be assessed on the following:

  • Your previous academic achievement and excellence
  • Your academic and career aspirations after you have completed your Masters
  • Any work or extra-curricular activity you have undertaken that relates to your Masters

Please complete the scholarship application form below:

Apply for the Jan Metzger Scholarship
I know for definite that my future will be forever sculpted by this course. I am keen on the interaction of technology in our society, how it can help make us better as humans, being kinder to each other and more supportive of everyone. This is an exciting time in the field of artificial intelligence, and I want to use my skills to safely and creatively bring artificial intelligence into our lives” Merton Lansley
Intelligent and Adaptive Systems MSc 2020


Jan Metzger, the donor of the Metzger Scholarship works in banking, technology and knowledge management and is keen that recipients of this scholarship have a moral commitment to doing good in the world.  His preferred platform is the Tiki Wiki project and he is interested in ways scholars engage with the ‘open source world’ – open and free collaborative code development for solving real-world problems.

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Terms and conditions

The scholarship is funded by a donor, so can be combined with Sussex funded scholarships such as the Sussex Graduate Scholarship or the Sussex Alumni Award.


At level(s):
PG (taught)

Application deadline:
15 July 2022 23:59 (GMT)
the deadline has now expired


The award is available to people from these specific countries: