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Find out about the extra financial support you could receive in the form of Bursaries and Awards!
Financial assistance for students facing hardship in your final year.
For UK/EU undergraduate students with a household income of £27,000 or below
Scholarship of up to £2000 to students who compete in sport at national level, or who are on the national pathway.
UK/EU students entering University for the first time with an assessed household income between £27,001-£28,000 for September 2020
For students who have spent time in their local authority care/had experience of the care system and is under the age of 25 at the start of their course
For UK/EU undergraduate students with household income assessed by your Student Finance Authority
UK/EU students with a recognised disability who either studies full or part-time, with an element of Theatre Arts or History
For UK undergraduate students invited to an offer holders visit day or interview who live in either a HEFCE defined Widening Participation area or have Care Experienced or Estranged Status
For UK undergraduate disabled students require a visit prior to accepting related to their disability
To the best performers in Part 1 examinations, as identified by faculty
For students who achieve the highest A Levels grades in year of entry in chosen subjects
For UK residents who is a son/daughter, spouse, widow/widower of a commercial traveler, chemist or grocer