Cash bursary of up to £1,000*
We will be offering a bursary of up to £1000* to full-time undergraduate home students who are paying full fees and start or continue their degree studies with us in September 2018. (please see exemptions below).
All students will receive a guaranteed bursary of £400 for each year of their studies and some students who meet certain criteria (see below), will also receive an additional bursary amount of £600.
The bursary is available for each year of your course and will help you with the costs associated with studying a degree whether it’s for travel, accommodation, course materials or anything else that helps you with your studies.
Eligibility to receive the full £1,000 bursary will be determined by your home address as part of the National Collaborative Outreach Programme or your eligibility for elements of the Student Loan Company’s finance packages (i.e. full maintenance loan). You will receive a bursary confirmation letter week commencing 15 October 2018, which will outline your bursary award as well as a payment schedule. You will also receive instruction of the next steps you must take in order to claim your bursary.
The following students will not be eligible to receive a bursary:
How to apply
You will receive a letter in the post week week commencing Monday 15 October advising the amount of bursary you are eligible to receive along with a bank/declaration form. Please bring your bank/declaration form to Student Services, Armstrong House, Rye Hill Campus by Friday 9 November. Providing you meet the 9 November deadline you will receive your first bursary payment on Friday 7 December.
Higher Education Hardship Fund
The Higher Education Hardship Fund may be available to full-time and part-time students who are experiencing financial disadvantages, The College will assess student's actual need for financial assistance before determining whether to award financial support. The funding allocated from the HE Hardship Fund is a discretionary award and is conditional on a minimum attendance of 90% at college.
Need further advice?
For further information on the financial support available to undergraduate students you can speak to Student Services on 0191 200 4000 or alternatively email firstname.lastname@example.org