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First year

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First and second year undergraduate students we will provide financial support in the form of the YSJ Aspire Card

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First year

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For students graduating from York St John University Undergraduate degrees in 2019 and continuing directly onto Postgraduate study, special reductions apply:
– 50% reduction in course fees if you achieve a 1st (Ro: minim 9 la licenta; GR: Bachelor degree from an AEI: with 7.0 out of 10.0 Bachelor degree from a TEI with 7.5 out 10.0)
– 35% reduction if you achieve a 2:1 (RO: minim 8 la Diploma de licenta; GR: AEI: 6.5 TEI: 7.0 out of 10)
– 20% reduction if you achieve a 2:2 (RO: minim 7 la Licenta; GR AEI: 6.0 out of 10 TEI 6.5 out of 10)

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First year

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A 10% discount is applicable to all York St John University Alumni undertaking postgraduate level study. It is not possible to combine this 10% discount with any other scholarship or fee waiver.

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TBA

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per year

Conditions

Priority will be given to applicants who fit one or more of the following criteria:
Students who are carers
Students with one or more child
Students who are estranged from their families (applicants applying on this criteria must be under 25)
Students whose family circumstances have altered drastically since filling out their loan application (ie bereavement, chronic illness, divorce or redundancy)
Students whose residual household income is less than £26,000

Details

Details on how to apply will be available from September 2019.

Value

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Period

First year

Conditions

Our Better World Scholarships are awarded by the MBA Programme Director to students who can demonstrate outstanding academic merit or financial need and a commitment to the ethos of the programme. We have up to £500,000 worth of scholarships available. To be considered for a scholarship, all you need to do is apply for The Exeter MBA. If you are a suitable candidate, we’ll make you an offer. No complications. Please note these scholarships are awarded entirely at the discretion of the Business School.

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First year

Conditions

A number of academic excellence scholarships are available for all applicants in possession of a good GMAT score, as follows. Please note these scholarships are subject to availability:
– Score of 600 – 649 awarded scholarship of £2,000
– Score of 650 – 700 awarded scholarship of £3,000
– Score of 700 or over awarded scholarship of £6,000

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All years

Conditions

– If you are a University of Exeter student who will be studying at Exeter for a full academic year or longer, then you are very welcome to audition for the Chapel Choir. There is no age limit – mature students are welcome;
– For full details of what would be expected of you as a chorister, please check the website.

Details

[email protected]

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All years

Conditions

«Our Scholarships are available to organists and singers (sopranos, counter-tenors, altos, tenors and basses). We usually appoint one organ scholar and up to two choral scholars at any one time. The purpose of the Organ and Choral Scholarships at Crediton is to support the work of the choir and maintain the standard of music making in the church. The Scholarships are quite flexible and offer many opportunities: besides singing, Scholars have the chance to direct the choir, perform, organize concerts and recitals, help with the individual training of Junior Choristers and take part in the choir’s various social activities.»

Details

[email protected]

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Period

All years

Conditions

Choral Scholarships in the Cathedral Choir are available for Counter-tenors, Tenors and Basses. Scholarships are normally held in conjunction with degree courses at Exeter University (any subject) provided that lecture times do not clash seriously with choir commitments. Scholarships are also open to postgraduates for one year or more. Choral Scholars are required at all statutory choral services and rehearsals when the Lay Vicars are singing.

Details

[email protected]

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All years

Conditions

Choral Scholarships – £400 per annum
Choral Scholarships are available to university students with some prior experience of choral singing. Scholars will be expected to sing with the choir during term time, and will be able to provide a strong lead in their section.
Ouseley Scholarship – £600 per annum
The Ouseley Scholarship is available to a university student or graduate with extensive experience of choral music. In addition to singing with the choir, the Ouseley Scholar will have the opportunity to direct the choir and/or play the organ.

Details

[email protected]

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Deadline

Period

All years

Conditions

Our scholarships are unique in that they are designed to fit around your studies and university commitments.

Details

[email protected]

Value

Deadline

31.05.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– Every Sports Scholar must be a student at the University of Exeter and compete for the University in British Universities and Colleges Sport (BUCS) events.
– Emphasis is placed on awarding scholarships to athletes competing in one of our performance sports, however, performers from any sport recognised by the Athletic Union will be considered.

Details

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/apply/step1/?award=6

Value

Deadline

15.05.2019

Period

One year

Conditions

Candidates should be able to demonstrate:
– a real passion for their subject and for learning
– excellence – outstanding talent and originality in their chosen field which is recognised by others
– determination to succeed and to overcome obstacles
– potential to become a leader in their field and to set an example for others to follow
– strong desire to help improve the lives of others
We will require:
– A completed application form
– A letter from a medical practitioner or consultant confirming your disability
– A personal reference
– An academic reference

Details

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/money/fundingsearch/awarddetails/?id=3043

Value

Deadline

31.03.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– A limited number of full and partial tuition fee scholarships will be awarded to the most talented students who have had an application accepted to one of the Business School MSc programmes.
– The scholarships are competitive and require you to have an English language level of IELTS 7.0 with no section less than 6.0, or equivalent, if from a non-anglophone country and submit an application form with a 1500 word essay on one of the following topics, dependent on your intended programme of study.

Details

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/apply/step1/?award=956

Value

Deadline

rolling basis until 30.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– Academic merit, as determined by information provided in the application form, is the sole determinant in identifying potential scholars.
– Typically this will be the achievement of a bachelor’s degree equivalent to at least a UK upper second class award. If you are offered a Postgraduate Global Excellence Scholarship you will receive an e-mail notification following receipt of your University offer.
– If successful, to accept the award you must make the University of Exeter offer your first choice by returning your deposit by the deadline identified in your offer letter.

Value

Deadline

31.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– Two full fees scholarships are available to students who have had an application accepted to one of the Business School MSc programmes or the Exeter MBA programme for September 2019 entry;
– Awarded to an academically gifted candidate resident in the UK and continental Europe, who would not be able to study without this financial assistance;
– The scholarship requires you to have an English language level of IELTS 7.0 with no section less than 6.0, or equivalent, if from a non-anglophone country. You have to upload your CV, transcript and English Language certificate if required, as well as evidence of financial assistance received for your studies so far (please upload this evidence using the Referee Reference upload button);
– Scholarships are not awarded in conjunction with other scholarships – in the event of you being eligible for more than one award the greater award will be given.

Details

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/apply/step1/?award=2535

Value

Deadline

30.06.2019

Period

Two Years

Conditions

This will be awarded to an academically gifted candidate who is also able to demonstrate how they will benefit from the financial assistance.

Details

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/apply/step1/?award=3452

Value

Deadline

26.04.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– Applicants need not have applied for the degree prior to applying for the scholarship, however only those applicants deemed eligible for entry to the MSc Entrepreneurship and Innovation Management programme via the prevailing admissions processes are eligible to be awarded the scholarship;
– All submissions that form part of the scholarship process need to be the applicants own work;
– The scholarship requires you to have an English language level of IELTS 7.0 with no section less than 6.0, or equivalent, if from a non-anglophone country. We will ask you to upload your CV, transcript and English Language certificate if required;
– This programme is open to budding entrepreneurs holding a 2:2 degree or above in a business or related subject.

Details

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/postgraduate/taught/business/entrepreneurship/scholarship/

Value

Deadline

01.08.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

We are seeking to support individuals with a passion for their chosen field of study and an ambition to use their knowledge, training and skills to effect and ultimately lead progressive change.

Details

https://www.exeter.ac.uk/studying/funding/apply/step1/?award=2572

Value

Deadline

05.04.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

This scholarship is available to new applications from 5 February 2019
– available to applicants who accept their offers by 5 April and will be awarded on a first come first served basis, based on the date of application.

Details

https://www.uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/fees/undergraduate/uca-financial-support/

Value

Deadline

04.08.2019

Period

All years

Conditions

#NAME?

Details

https://www.uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/fees/undergraduate/uca-financial-support/

Value

Deadline

04.08.2019

Period

All years

Conditions

Applicants will be asked to submit a portfolio of work and will be assessed on their creativity, originality, technical skill, contextualisation and potential for development, alongside their academic record; you also need to send a link to an online portfolio.

Details

https://www.uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/fees/undergraduate/uca-financial-support/

Value

Deadline

04.08.2019

Period

2 years

Conditions

– First year undergraduates at either UCA Canterbury or UCA Rochester who will be entering into the second year of their course in Autumn 2019
– Academic excellence / financial need

Details

https://www.uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/fees/undergraduate/uca-financial-support/

Value

Deadline

04.08.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

Academic excellence / 2.1 or above anticipated

Details

https://www.uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/fees/postgraduate/financial-support/

Value

Deadline

04.08.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

Academic excellence / financial need

Details

https://www.uca.ac.uk/life-at-uca/fees/postgraduate/financial-support/

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Deadline

The application will reopen at the start of the next academic year – September 2019.

Period

First year

Conditions

– According to the terms of the trust agreement applicants should normally:
Be studying within the Plymouth Institute of Education.
Be enrolled on one of the following programmes:
BA (Hons) Early Childhood Studies
BEd (Hons) Primary (Early Childhood Studies)
PGCE Primary (Early Years)
– Be under the age of 25 years on the date of their application.
– Travel and other expenses deemed part of a student’s programme requirements are not eligible for a bursary.

Details

https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/study/fees/scholarships-bursaries-and-funding/nancy-langhorne-astor-scholarships-trust-bursaries

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Deadline

Period

First year

Conditions

Available on most postgraduate taught programmes for Home/EU alumni who have successfully completed a University of Plymouth Honours or Masters degree programme. This includes students who have successfully completed a University of Plymouth degree programme delivered at one of our Partner institutions.

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Period

Conditions

10x £2000 scholarships available to students from Spain, Italy, Greece, Cyprus.

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Hold an undergraduate or master’s degree from Lancaster University (achieved at any time) or
– Hold an undergraduate or master’s degree from Lancaster University, achieved at any time, including one delivered through an associated institution, or
– Have graduated from one of our partner institutions with a Lancaster University degree (LU Ghana, Sunway University Malaysia or LU College – BJTU Weihai China) or
– Have studied at Lancaster University via our Study Abroad programme
– Some master’s by research programmes may be eligible, contact us to check

Value

Deadline

24.05.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– The awards are available for the support of students for first or higher degrees, in any subject. The period of the award is one academic year, although students can apply each year. The value of the award is determined by the Trustees in each case.
– Applicants must be aged 21 and over on the first day of the first term for which they are seeking assistance. The award is based on academic merit and financial hardship. The Trustees will consider both academic and financial positions.

Details

https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/student-based-services/money/funding/the-peel-trust-studentship

Value

Deadline

as soon as possible

Period

First Year

Conditions

– In recognition of the outstanding talent of many students, we offer a range of prestigious scholarships designed to attract and reward the best students.
– The awards are made by each individual programme, and are allocated on a rolling basis, so it is advisable to make your application as early in the year as possible to maximise your chances of receiving an award.

Details

rolling basis

Value

Deadline

01.08.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must hold an offer for a part-time Masters at the University.
– Minimum Upper Second Class Honours degree and financial need.
ROMANIA 10 = 1st; 8 – 9 = 2.1
– Diplomă de Master (Master’s degree), Diplomă de Studii Academice Postuniversitare (Postgraduate Diploma – Academic Studies ), Diplomă de Studii Aprofundate (Diploma of Advanced Studies), Diplomă de Studii Postuniversitare de Specializare (Postgraduate Diploma – Specialised Studies) and Certificat/Diplomă de Medic Specialist (Medical Specialist (Doctor)) are considered comparable to British Master’s degree standard
– Diplomă de Inginer (Engineer), Diplomă de Arhitect (Architect), Diplomă de Doctor Medic-Veterinar (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), Diplomă de DoctorMedic (Doctor of Medicine), Diplomă de Farmacist (Pharmacist), Diplomă de Urbanist Diplomat (Town Planner) and Diplomă de Licenţă (Bachelor degree) are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard.
GREECE 8.5 (out of 10) = 1st 6.5 – 8.4 = 2:1
– MΕΤΑΠΤΥΧΙΑΚΟ ΔΙΠΛΩΜΑ ΕΙΔΙΚΕΥΣΗΣ (Postgraduate Diploma of Specialisation) Transliteration: Metaptychiako Diploma Eidikefsis is considered comparable to British Master’s degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (AEA)) Transliteration: Ptychio, ΠΤΥΧΙΟ – ΣΧΟΛΗ ΑΞΙΩΜΑΤΙΚΩΝ (Diploma/Degree – Police Officer’s School) Transliteration: Ptychio – scholi axiomatikon and ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (University Sector)) Transliteration: Ptychío are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (AEN)) Transliteration: Ptychio and ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (TEI)) Transliteration: Ptychío are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Ordinary) degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree in Midwifery (TEI)) Transliteration: Ptychio is considered comparable to British Bachelor degree standard Is considered comparable to British Bachelor (Ordinary) degree standard when studied: Before 2006

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/westminster-postgraduate-part-time-part-tuition-fee-scholarship

Value

Deadline

31.05.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You should hold an offer for a full-time Masters at the University.
– You must have been aged 25 or under when you entered higher education (ie your first degree) and were also under the care of your local authority for a period of at least 13 weeks up until the age of 18.
– Minimum Upper Second Class Honours Degree, financial need and development potential.

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/care-leaver-scholarship

Value

Deadline

21.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must hold a September 2019 course offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University and be from the UK or EU.
– Financial need and academic merit
– You must come from a household income of less than £35,000 pa.
– The scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance.
– Preference will be given to students from underrepresented groups.

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/great-start-scholarship

Value

Deadline

21.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must be living in the UK and have been granted Discretionary Leave to Remain (DLR) by the Home Office; this must be the sole reason why you do not qualify for student funding or home fee status.
– Academic excellence and financial need.
– You must hold an offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University and be under 25 years of age when you start you degree.
-The scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance.

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/education-for-all-scholarship

Value

Deadline

21.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must hold a September 2019 course offer for a full-time undergraduate degree at the University and be from the UK or EU.
– You must have a documented disability with our Disability Learning Support Team on [email protected] The scholarship will be renewed each year subject to satisfactory academic performance.
– Financial need, academic excellence and a documented disability.

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/access-scholarship

Value

Deadline

31.05.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must hold an offer for a full-time Masters at the University
– Equivalent to a UK Upper Second Class Honours or above and financial need
ROMANIA 10 = 1st; 8 – 9 = 2.1
– Diplomă de Master (Master’s degree), Diplomă de Studii Academice Postuniversitare (Postgraduate Diploma – Academic Studies ), Diplomă de Studii Aprofundate (Diploma of Advanced Studies), Diplomă de Studii Postuniversitare de Specializare (Postgraduate Diploma – Specialised Studies) and Certificat/Diplomă de Medic Specialist (Medical Specialist (Doctor)) are considered comparable to British Master’s degree standard
– Diplomă de Inginer (Engineer), Diplomă de Arhitect (Architect), Diplomă de Doctor Medic-Veterinar (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), Diplomă de DoctorMedic (Doctor of Medicine), Diplomă de Farmacist (Pharmacist), Diplomă de Urbanist Diplomat (Town Planner) and Diplomă de Licenţă (Bachelor degree) are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard.
GREECE 8.5 (out of 10) = 1st 6.5 – 8.4 = 2:1
– MΕΤΑΠΤΥΧΙΑΚΟ ΔΙΠΛΩΜΑ ΕΙΔΙΚΕΥΣΗΣ (Postgraduate Diploma of Specialisation) Transliteration: Metaptychiako Diploma Eidikefsis is considered comparable to British Master’s degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (AEA)) Transliteration: Ptychio, ΠΤΥΧΙΟ – ΣΧΟΛΗ ΑΞΙΩΜΑΤΙΚΩΝ (Diploma/Degree – Police Officer’s School) Transliteration: Ptychio – scholi axiomatikon and ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (University Sector)) Transliteration: Ptychío are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (AEN)) Transliteration: Ptychio and ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (TEI)) Transliteration: Ptychío are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Ordinary) degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree in Midwifery (TEI)) Transliteration: Ptychio is considered comparable to British Bachelor degree standard Is considered comparable to British Bachelor (Ordinary) degree standard when studied: Before 2006

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/westminster-postgraduate-part-tuition-fee-scholarship

Value

Deadline

31.05.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must hold an offer for a full-time Masters at the University
– Minimum Upper Second Class Honours degree and financial need.
ROMANIA 10 = 1st; 8 – 9 = 2.1
– Diplomă de Master (Master’s degree), Diplomă de Studii Academice Postuniversitare (Postgraduate Diploma – Academic Studies ), Diplomă de Studii Aprofundate (Diploma of Advanced Studies), Diplomă de Studii Postuniversitare de Specializare (Postgraduate Diploma – Specialised Studies) and Certificat/Diplomă de Medic Specialist (Medical Specialist (Doctor)) are considered comparable to British Master’s degree standard
– Diplomă de Inginer (Engineer), Diplomă de Arhitect (Architect), Diplomă de Doctor Medic-Veterinar (Doctor of Veterinary Medicine), Diplomă de DoctorMedic (Doctor of Medicine), Diplomă de Farmacist (Pharmacist), Diplomă de Urbanist Diplomat (Town Planner) and Diplomă de Licenţă (Bachelor degree) are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard.
GREECE 8.5 (out of 10) = 1st 6.5 – 8.4 = 2:1
– MΕΤΑΠΤΥΧΙΑΚΟ ΔΙΠΛΩΜΑ ΕΙΔΙΚΕΥΣΗΣ (Postgraduate Diploma of Specialisation) Transliteration: Metaptychiako Diploma Eidikefsis is considered comparable to British Master’s degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (AEA)) Transliteration: Ptychio, ΠΤΥΧΙΟ – ΣΧΟΛΗ ΑΞΙΩΜΑΤΙΚΩΝ (Diploma/Degree – Police Officer’s School) Transliteration: Ptychio – scholi axiomatikon and ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (University Sector)) Transliteration: Ptychío are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Honours) degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (AEN)) Transliteration: Ptychio and ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree (TEI)) Transliteration: Ptychío are considered comparable to British Bachelor (Ordinary) degree standard
– ΠΤΥΧΙΟ (Diploma/Degree in Midwifery (TEI)) Transliteration: Ptychio is considered comparable to British Bachelor degree standard Is considered comparable to British Bachelor (Ordinary) degree standard when studied: Before 2006

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/westminster-half-fee-scholarship

Value

Deadline

16.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

• Four European Partner Scholarships have been allocated to Educativa
• It is exclusive to applicants from Educativa only
• The awardee will receive £1,500 reduction to their first year tuition fees only
• The scholarship is applicable to both Undergraduate and Postgraduate applicants, September 2019 entry
• Applicants must be Home (UK/EU) tuition fee payers
• Students who apply and receive a University of Westminster Scholarship, will not be eligible to receive this award as well. Students can only receive one scholarship
• Similarly with all of our scholarships, applicants will be considered based on their academic achievement

Value

Deadline

21.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– you must hold an offer on a full time course beginning September 2019 at the University of Westminster
– financial need, good academic record

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/westminster-undergraduate-part-fee-scholarship-0

Value

Deadline

21.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

– You must be a UK/EU or international student with an offer on a full-time undergraduate course at the University of Westminster for September 2019
– Academic excellence, financial need and merit

Details

https://www.westminster.ac.uk/study/fees-and-funding/scholarships/westminster-undergraduate-half-fee-scholarship

Value

Deadline

first-come, first-served basis

Period

First Year

Conditions

– You have either graduated from, or are due to complete, a full-time or part-time UWE Bristol undergraduate degree in the current academic year, or
– you have graduated from a full-time or part-time UWE Bristol undergraduate degree in the previous academic year.

Details

Please include your UWE Bristol student registration number in your postgraduate study application and the discount will be applied to your student record if you have been offered a place on the course and your entitlement has been confirmed.
Scholarships are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis. The date of application is the reference point for awarding scholarships. Once you have been made an offer, you will have 14 days to confirm your place. Once we have heard from you, we will be able to confirm your scholarship.

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

– A current student in a recognised UK academic institution or recognised US academic institution;
– Display a desire to run your own business;
– Demonstrate academic excellence by providing a letter of recommendation from a tutor or course co-ordinator;
– You must not be a previous recipient of the 1st Formations Business Scholarship;
– Demonstrate personal circumstances which make you a suitable candidate for additional financial support.

Details

https://www.1stformations.co.uk/business-scholarship/

Value

Deadline

as soon as possible

Period

All

Conditions

– Satisfy UWE Bristol entry requirements for your chosen degree and be offered a place on a degree programme;
– Demonstrate excellence in your chosen sport through representation at national, international or professional level;
– Be committed to represent UWE Bristol in BUCS competitions and raise the profile of your sport through high achievement.

Details

https://app.geckoform.com/public/#/modern/21FO00rnplw6li00fdq1n92my9

Value

Deadline

01.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

You must apply for this scholarship after you accept an offer of a place on an eligible course.
You also need to provide a statement of academic interests when you apply. We assess this statement on how well you demonstrate the following:
– clear and specific goals with what you aim to do after you finish your Masters
– significant work experience or extra-curricular activities related to your chosen Masters

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-mansell-steinmueller-scholarship

Value

Deadline

11.10.2019

Period

per year

Conditions

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/sport/students/scholarships

Details

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/sport/students/scholarships/apply

Value

Deadline

01.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:
– Academic Performance
– Career Aspirations
– Voluntary/Community Involvement
– Personal Circumstances
We are particularly interested in students focussing on areas of interest to Stuart Hall including Postcolonial and Diasporic Modernities; Cultural Studies; Race, Ethnicity and Visual Cultures; Radical Thinking on the Left.

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-stuart-hall-scholarship

Value

Deadline

01.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

The Susan Richmond Scholarship is offered to female applicants, returning to higher education after at least three years away from study
You must provide a statement of academic interests to support your application. The statement will be assessed on how well you demonstrate the following:
– clear and specific goals with what you aim to do after completing your Masters
– significant work experience or extra curricular activities related to your chosen Masters

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-susan-richmond-scholarship

Value

Deadline

01.05.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– The chosen candidate will be expected to provide an excellent account of their intellectual interests and have excellent grades to date. Also, they should be able to demonstrate substantial experience of leadership and compelling future plans related to their chosen field of study.
– Leadership might include, among other things, community work, activism, advocacy, and involvement with cultural and/or academic activities. In the area of cultural and/or academic activities, some examples of leadership would be: participating in or leading a study group; publishing your writing in a university or community publication, online, or at a live reading; organising, participating in, or curating a cultural event, publication, or online space; undertaking self-directed research on a topic you see as important alongside of or as part of your studies.

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-sussex-future-leaders-masters

Value

Deadline

30.09.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
– hold an offer of a place on the Sussex MBA
– have senior management experience and/or good degree results

Details

Applicants who have been offered a place on the MBA programme and feel that they have relevant (senior) management experience and/or good degree results must send an informal expression of interest for the MBA scholarship to [email protected] once they have been offered a place on the MBA programme. Scholarships will then be determined based on your initial MBA application and the interview.

Value

Deadline

01.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

4 scholarships:
– You must apply for this scholarship after you accept an offer of a place on an eligible course.
– You need to have excellent academic scores to date. You also need to provide a statement of academic interests when you apply. We assess this statement on how well you demonstrate the following:
-clear and specific goals with what you aim to do after you finish your Masters
-significant work experience or extra-curricular activities related to your chosen Masters
-how your research interests will contribute to furthering Geoffrey Oldham’s work on Science and Technology and Gender.

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-geoffrey-oldham-memorial-scholarship

Value

Deadline

01.05.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– While three scholarships are available, one of these scholarships is reserved for a female applicant, in order to encourage participation in STEM subjects.
– To be eligible to apply for this scholarship, you must have been offered and accepted a full time place on one of the eligible degrees.

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-john-kinghorn-scholarship

Value

Deadline

30.09.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
– Be an undergraduate student taking up a place in Year 1 of a degree in the Chemistry department, in 2019
– Have achieved AAA (or equivalent) with at least an A in Chemistry prior to joining Sussex
– Have made Sussex your Firm choice of university via UCAS
To continue to be eligible for this scholarship throughout your degree you must maintain an overall average of at least 70% in each year of your degree. If you do not receive the scholarship in Year 1 or you do not meet the required threshold to maintain the scholarship during your studies, it is not possible to receive it in subsequent years.
RO: ?
GR: ?

Details

The scholarship is awarded automatically on the basis of academic achievement. There is no separate application process.

Value

Deadline

11.10.2019

Period

every year

Conditions

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Details

http://www.sussex.ac.uk/sport/students/scholarships/apply

Value

Deadline

30.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– ten awards
To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
– Be a national of an EU country (excluding UK)
– Be currently studying, or have previously studied at a university in the EU (excluding UK)
– Have accepted an offer to study an eligible full time Masters at Sussex

Details

https://www.sussex.ac.uk/study/fees-funding/masters-scholarships/apply-for-the-eu-excellence-scholarship-pg

Value

Deadline

30.09.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

To be eligible for this scholarship, you must:
– be graduating from a Bachelors Degree at Sussex in 2019
– be taking up a place on a full time Masters in 2019 (check the ‘Who isn’t eligible’ tab for excluded courses)
– achieve a First Class or Upper Second Class honours degree

Details

Register your interest in this scholarship through our postgraduate application system when you accept your offer, there is no separate scholarship application form.

Value

Deadline

Period

First year

Conditions

Full-time undergraduate Greek students who have an average of Apolytirion of Lykeion with 18 or above will be entitled to an automatic scholarship of £1,000 in Year 1, paid in two £500 instalments to help with living expenses.

Value

Deadline

Period

First year

Conditions

– EU students who achieve 128 UCAS points and who do not qualify for maintenance loans from Student Finance England;
– Greece Apolytirion of Lykeion with 18 or above
– Romania Diploma de Bacalaureat with an average grade of 9.0 or above

Details

Students who meet the relevant academic requirements will automatically qualify for the scholarship when they enrol at the University.

Value

Deadline

Period

All

Conditions

You must be a Home or EU (but not non-EU International) student as defined by Student Finance England, registered on a course at the University of Worcester or registered as a University of Worcester Student at a Partner College, but not including ‘Direct Funding’ students who pay fees directly to the Partner College.

Details

https://www2.worc.ac.uk/moneyadvice/accesstolearningfund.htm

Value

Deadline

23.09.2019

Period

Every year

Conditions

If you have an outstanding record of achievement in a particular sport then you may be eligible for a sports scholarship at Worcester.

Details

https://www.worc.ac.uk/documents/Sports-Scholarship-Application-Form-2019-20.pdf

Value

Deadline

Period

3 years

Conditions

– Choral Scholarships are available to young men with counter-tenor, tenor and baritone/ bass voices and are aimed at encouraging young singers to become part of the long-standing tradition of Cathedral Music, while pursuing a course of study. The scholarships are available to students in he first, second or third year of an undergraduate course;
– Choral Scholarships will be offered following an audition and interview process and acceptance for a course of study at the University.

Value

Deadline

15.10.2019

Period

per year

Conditions

Choral scholarships are available in two forms:
– University Scholarships, where the singer is a member of the University Choral Society.
– Joint Scholarships, where the singer is a member of St Mary’s Church Choir. St Mary’s Church is located in the city centre; the choir is an ambitious mixed-voice choir singing a broad cathedral-style repertoire for two choral services every Sunday, as well as other services.
Applicants for both types of scholarship should be experienced choral singers with good aural skills and sight singing ability. Scholars are expected to commit fully to the choir’s rehearsals, and performances. There is no formal requirement for singing qualification, but these will be considered in awarding scholarships.

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/Choral-Scholarships-Form-2018.pdf

Value

Deadline

30.06.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Academic competence;
– Financial circumstances including other bursaries or grants you may hold;
– Enthusiasm and future plans;
– Ability and plans to contribute to the School of Law and to Swansea University.

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/Inspiring-Futures-Application-Form-2019.pdf

Value

Deadline

12.07.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

Scholarships will only be offered to candidates who achieve a Bachelor degree with First Class honours (or equivalent). (Ro: 9; GR: 8,5)

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/media/FINAL–ENGLISH-Scholarship-Application-Form—English.pdf

Value

Deadline

19.07.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Please note that before you apply for this scholarship, you MUST have made an application to study on one of the courses above, and also received an offer from us;
– Scholarships are available only to new postgraduate taught applicants who are UK/EU students;
– Scholarships
will be used to offset tuition fees;
– Applicants should hold a minimum of a 2.1 degree at undergraduate level (or equivalent).
GR: 7.5
RO: 8

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/taught/college-of-science-msc-2019.php

Value

Deadline

02.08.2019

Period

Conditions

– To be eligible for one of these scholarships, you must have an offer to study on an eligible full-time taught course at the School of Management, starting in September 2019;
The university will be taking into consideration your:
– Academic competence
– Financial need
– Passion and future plans
– Ability and plans to contribute back to the School of Management and Swansea University

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/taught/som-developing-futures-scholarships-2019.php

Value

Deadline

19.07.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Please note that before you apply for this scholarship, you MUST have made an application to study on one of the courses above, and also received an offer from us;
– Scholarships are available only to new postgraduate taught applicants who are UK/EU students;
– Scholarships will be used to offset tuition fees;
– Applicants should hold a minimum of a 2.1 degree at undergraduate level (or equivalent). (GR: 7,5 ; RO: 8)

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/postgraduate/scholarships/research/college-of-science-mres-2019.php

Value

Deadline

Period

over three years

Conditions

– awarded to all students who achieve AAA at A-Level:
Greece Apolytirio of Lykeio 20 to include Panhellenic Exam or General Entrance Exam
Romania Diplomă de Bacalaureat (Baccalaureate Diploma) 9

Value

Deadline

Period

over three years

Conditions

– awarded to all students who achieve AAB at A-Level:
Greece Apolytirio of Lykeio 19 to include Panhellenic Exam or General Entrance Exam
Romania Diplomă de Bacalaureat (Baccalaureate Diploma): 8.5

Value

Deadline

Period

Conditions

A number of the University’s Schools have set aside funds or been given grants to reward students’ academic achievements and to help them to make ends meet. For details of the scholarships and bursaries currently available check the website.

Value

Deadline

01.10.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Scholarships are awarded by the Recruitment and Admissions Committee (the committee) based on the recommendation of the Sporting Entrance Selection panel (the panel);
– Scholarships are awarded to candidates who in the view of the panel have demonstrated both (i) that they have outstanding ability in the field of a sporting activity and (ii) that they also meet the admissions requirement of the scheme of study they wish to pursue;
– All awards are at the discretion of the panel and are selected subject to competition from other candidates;
– There are several categories of award (Professional Athlete Scholarship, Elite Athlete Scholarship, BUCS Scholarship and Sporting Excellence Scholarships) with a maximum cash value of £3,000 plus possible additional benefits (listed in the scholarship profiles on the Swansea University website). The type of award and amount paid in maintenance is decided by the panel based on individual applications.

Details

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdCUnENXOXsd6AkLu-fwcL1sDo-GSfSBcguRDCfmqonRiUreQ/viewform

Value

Deadline

15.10.2019

Period

per year

Conditions

These scholarships are offered to talented instrumentalists, with a particular emphasis on helping scholars develop as rounded musicians and ensemble players:
– Scholarships are available to players of any instrument;
– Applicants should typically have gained a merit or distinction at Grade 8 (or equivalent) on their instrument;
– Scholars will be expected to commit to playing in one or more of the ensembles run by the student societies.

Details

https://www.swansea.ac.uk/music/

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

Up to £2,000
Students whose household income is assessed under £16,000 by Student Finance*and are from POLAR3 quintile 1 or 2 will receive £1,000 in their first year of study, followed by £500 in both their second and third years of study provided they continue to match the eligibility criteria and they are studying full-time: a total of £2,000.
Up to £1,000
Students whose household income is assessed between £16,000 and £42,875 by Student Finance*and are from POLAR3 quintile 1 or 2 will receive £500 in their first year of study, followed by £250 in both their second and third years of study provided they continue to match the eligibility criteria and they are studying full-time: a total of £1,000.

Details

No application is necessary. Students are advised by email if they are eligible for an award, usually in late October/early November after they have enrolled on their course.

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

Students not eligible under the income based bursaries for students from LPNs and whose household income is assessed under £25,000 by Student Finance will receive £500 in their first year of study, followed by £250 in both their second and third years of study provided they continue to match the eligibility criteria and they are studying full-time: a total of £1,000.

Details

No application is necessary. Students are advised by email if they are eligible for an award, usually in late October/early November after they have enrolled on their course.

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

– The Highflier Academic Achievement Award is made in recognition of excellent entry grades and continued academic success;
– Eligible UK, EU, Channel Island and International students starting a course in September 2019, with entry grades equating to 136 UCAS points or more;
– To continue to receive the £200 award beyond the first year of your course, you will need to attain an average mark of at least 70% at the end of each year of study, and be an active member of the Highflier Scholars Scheme each academic year.

Details

No application is necessary. Students are advised by email if they are eligible for an award, usually in late October/early November after they have enrolled on their course.

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

– If you have the required UCAS tariff points and decide to become a member of the Highflier Scholars Scheme, you may also enter a competition to get one of five Enhanced Academic Achievement Awards of £2,000;
– To continue in the Scheme you will need to achieve an academic average of 70% at the end of each academic year and be an active member of the Scheme.

Value

Deadline

Period

per year

Conditions

– As part of our Access Agreement, the University awards eligible full-time UK, EU and Channel Island students a bursary of £2,000 in each year of study. In addition, recipients of the scholarship will receive a £75 catering card on arrival for those in University accommodation, plus an additional £1,000 cash bursary upon successful completion of their course in the final year of study.
– This scholarship will be awarded to students entering Higher Education at the University who have a former relevant care leaver status, who are under the age of 25 years old and who were ‘looked after’ by the local authority for at least 13 weeks since the age of 14, which ended after the age of 16 (as per the Children [Leaving Care] Act 2000).

Details

To find out more and to apply, please contact: [email protected]

Value

Deadline

Period

per year

Conditions

– As part of our Access Agreement, the University awards eligible UK, EU and Channel Island students a bursary of £500 in each year of study.
– The bursary is awarded to Young Adult Carers between the ages of 18 and 25 who look after a relative or friend, of any age, due to disability, chronic/terminal illness, mental health problem or an alcohol or drug addiction/dependency. They face different issues to other carers and may be looking at moving out of home, going into higher education or juggling working lives with continuing to be a carer.

Details

https://www.winchester.ac.uk/accommodation-and-winchester-life/scholarships-bursaries-and-awards/undergraduate-scholarships-bursaries-and-awards/

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

Try It’ awards offer funding of up to £500 for individuals to try out their business ideas. This might mean finding out if their idea is viable, learning more about what is needed and trying the project on a small scale first.

Details

https://www.winchester.ac.uk/accommodation-and-winchester-life/scholarships-bursaries-and-awards/undergraduate-scholarships-bursaries-and-awards/

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

To be eligible, students need to have achieved BBB or equivalent and above, and to have applied for and enrolled full-time on one of the courses above in September 2019.
Ro: above 8,5 diploma de bacalaureat

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

To be eligible, students need to have achieved BBB or equivalent and above.
Ro: above 8,5 diploma de bacalaureat

Value

Deadline

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Subject to submission of an essay on Climate Change;
– Essays are judged and the awarding of scholarships is competitive;
– Applicants must have a minimum of two years’ management experience;
– Applicants are required to hold an undergraduate degree (2:2 classification or above: above 8 diploma de licență).

Details

For more information, please contact Dr John Richardson, MBA Programme Leader
Email: [email protected]
Telephone: 01962 827033

Value

Deadline

Period

First year

Conditions

– attended our Electronics and Computer Science Taster Course – all students that attend will automatically be considered;
– selected an ECS degree at Southampton as their firm acceptance through UCAS, and enrol on this programme;
– meet (or exceed) their offer, and obtain at least A*AA at A-Level (to include/exclude any subjects specified in the offer wording);
(9 overall with grade 9.5 in any subjects specified in the offer wording, at Romanian Baccalaureate)
GR:?
– are UK/EU students.

Details

all students that attend will automatically be considered

Value

Deadline

Period

First year

Conditions

– All offers of these scholarship are conditional on you making the University of Southampton your firm acceptance;
– Scholarships are awarded following an individual meeting with members of Music staff, which may include a short performance (instrumentalists/singers) or a discussion of your portfolio of compositions (composers). Meetings will normally take place during Applicant Visit Days, though special arrangements may be made for candidates living at a distance or who are unable to visit for other reasons;
– Each year we offer up to ten Music Performance and Composition Scholarships to outstanding musicians with the potential to make a significant contribution to the department’s musical life.

Details

Details of the application process will be sent to undergraduate music offer holders, shortly after they receive our offer for their chosen degree programme.

Value

Deadline

Period

First year

Conditions

– All offers of these scholarship are conditional on you making the University of Southampton your firm acceptance;
– Scholarships are awarded following an individual meeting with members of Music staff, which may include a short performance (instrumentalists/singers) or a discussion of your portfolio of compositions (composers). Meetings will normally take place during Applicant Visit Days, though special arrangements may be made for candidates living at a distance or who are unable to visit for other reasons;
– Each year we offer up to ten Music Performance and Composition Scholarships to outstanding musicians with the potential to make a significant contribution to the department’s musical life.

Details

If you would like to discuss or apply for a Cantores Michaelis vocal scholarship, please send an email to director Keith Davis, including your phone number: [email protected] / If you would like to discuss studying the organ at Southampton, please send an email to our Head of Classical Performance Professor David Owen Norris, including your phone number: [email protected]

Value

Deadline

23.11.2018

Period

First year

Conditions

– This scheme is now closed to 2019 applicants, but it is likely to run for the 2020 applicants;
– Competitive scholaship exam taken at our pre-Christmas Visit Days. Posibility of taking this exam in Italy;
– You must make the University of Southampton your firm acceptance in order to be eligible;
– The scholarship scheme is open to international applicants. However, in general it is necessary for the applicant to attend one of Visit Days in person in Southampton. This year we may be offering an opportunity to take the exam in a very limited number of other countries. Please contact us to discuss this possibility.
– Successful applicants will receive an unconditional offer on their chosen Physics and Astronomy course;
– More info on the website.

Details

https://www.phys.soton.ac.uk/undergraduate/money_matters#_ga=2.237595015.642243677.1550503869-1922992093.1537194485

Value

Deadline

Period

Year 1 and year2

Conditions

– You must achieve a minimum of 128 UCAS points from a Maximum of three Level 3 qualifications (ABB at A Level, or equivalent qualifications);
Greece Apolytirio of Lykeio (Apolytirion) 18 or above
Romania Diplomă de Bacalaureat 9 or above
– You must apply for a relevant course. You must be enrolling on an eligible undergraduate or foundation course in academic year 2019/20. Please note that PGCE and Top-Up courses are not eligible for this scholarship.

Value

Deadline

not mentioned

Period

All

Conditions

Any full or part-time student studying at the University of Sunderland

Details

Contact:
Development Office Team – [email protected] / 0191 515 3664

Value

Deadline

01.11.2019

Period

First Year

Conditions

– Full-time Home and EU undergraduate;
– Eligible students in their first year of study at the University of Sunderland, based at City Campus, Sir Tom Cowie at St Peter’s Campus and our Partner Colleges.

Details

If you are eligible you will receive an email from the scholarships team providing you with a link to order your scholarship. For autumn start programmes, you need to order your scholarship by midnight on 1 November 2019 or you will no longer be eligible. For January start programmes, you need to order your scholarship by 31 January 2020. For April start programmes, you need to order your scholarship by midnight on 29 May 2020.

Value

Deadline

Period

Conditions

You must be studying your compulsory Year Abroad in academic year 2019/20.

Details

You do not need to apply; this Scholarship is awarded automatically to all eligible students.

Value

Deadline

not mentioned

Period

Penultimate Year

Conditions

Any penultimate year full-time student, studying with the University of Sunderland, who is considered, by their board of study, to be on track for a first class honours degree

Details

Contact:
Development Office Team – [email protected] / 0191 515 3664

Value

Deadline

Period

per year

Conditions

– The scheme is open to all new home and EU undergraduate students joining a foundation year or year one of an undergraduate degree based at the University, and gives you £150 of credit to spend in a dedicated online store. You’ll be able to buy learning resources such as text books, electronics or stationery, to give you the best possible start to your studies here at Salford. This scheme will run annually, meaning you’ll receive £150 of credits each year of your undergraduate degree if based here on campus.
– For students from low-income backgrounds and living in areas where participation in higher education is low, there will also be the opportunity to receive an additional £350 of credits.

Details

When you complete registration here on campus you’ll automatically be given access to an Inspire account.

Value

Deadline

28.06.2019

Period

First year

Conditions

This scholarship provides financial support to outstanding students from the EU (non UK) who achieve the EU equivalent qualifications of at least ABB at A level (please see Appendix A for EU equivalences):
Greece 18.5 in the Apolytirio of Lykeio (Apolytirion)
Romania 8.75 in the Romanian Baccalaureat

Details

Once you have applied for and been offered a place on a full time eligible course, you will be sent an email containing a link to an online application form. This application process will open from the 1st of February 2019 onwards. The email will be sent to the email address listed on your course application to the University. The application form for the scholarship MUST be completed by the prospective student and not the agent.

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