This article will inform you about additional bursaries and scholarships you may be eligible to apply for.
Greenwich Hospital Bursary
Three bursaries available per year.
This award is a cash bursary of £3,000 per academic year for living costs. In order to be eligible you must be a full time undergraduate student from the UK and meet the following criteria:
Complete the Greenwich Hospital Bursary Application Form and return it along with the supporting evidence required to the Student Finance Centre by 30 November 2016.
Lloyds Register Scholarships
Two scholarships available per year.
This award covers tuition fees for two students on selected postgraduate courses in science and engineering. To apply you must have achieved a first class honours degree at undergraduate level.
Full details are available at Lloyds Register Scholarship
Lord Forte Scholarships
One scholarship available per year.
This award consists of a £4,500 fee reduction for BA (hons) Hospitality Management or BA (hons) Hospitality Management with Tourism
Full details are available at Lorde Forte Scholarship
The following funding sources are external to the University, but may still be of interest. Please note that some are subject specific or only available to students already studying the specified course, whereas others are open to all. Therefore please refer to the eligibility guidelines for each to check if you meet the criteria. Students should apply direct to the relevant awarding body.
The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust
This trust make awards of up to £3,000 a year to undergraduate and postgraduate students who have a spouse or parents who have been employed as commercial travellers, chemists or grocers for at least five years.
Full details of the Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust.
Rapid Formations - Entrepreneur Scholarship Programme
Twenty scholarships available per year.
£500 scholarship to candidates who can clearly demonstrate academic excellence and/or entrepreneurial potential. This opportunity is available to all international and domestic students
Students must have:
Find out more details on the Rapid Formations Scholarship.
Current Architecture Students
The RIBA Education Fund makes grants to architecture students in the UK experiencing financial hardship. RIBA administer a number of funding schemes to support current Part 1 and Part 2 students, as well as graduates undertaking practical experience or further research opportunities.
Current Engineering Students
Engineering students who are also members of the Institute of Engineering & Technology may be able to apply for financial assistance and other support through IET Connect.
For further information or help applying for these awards please contact the Student Finance Centre.