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Everything you need to know about undergraduate funding and scholarship opportunities at Northumbria University for UK/Home students.

 

Funding and Scholarships Information for UK Applicants

This information is for both Full and Part-Time students applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 2023/24.

Northumbria University is committed to supporting the best students with outstanding academic ability. We offer a number of support packages for students depending on academic achievement or personal financial circumstances; each of the tabs below will provide you with further information.

Financial support opportunities have associated eligibility conditions, therefore it is essential applicants consider all requirements and observe the application process and deadlines carefully.

Please keep checking this page for further Undergraduate Scholarships.

University Scholarships 2023/24 

Scholarships will be added once confirmed.  Please keep checking back for updates.

Care Leavers Bursary (for UK students)

Please see the main Care Leavers Bursary page for more information.

Funding

Student Finance England Funding

Click here to find out if your fees are paid through Student Finance England.

Funding if you are from Scotland/Northern Ireland/Wales/Channel Islands

Funding for Education Courses

Click here if to find out if you are eligible for Government funding if you are studying one of Northumbria's education courses.

NHS Student Services

Click here to find out about Government Bursaries to help with tuition fees for Healthcare and Social Work courses.

ELCAS (Funding from the Ministry of Defence)

Click here to find out more about ELCAS funding.

Definitions

Home - normally, in order to be classed as a home student, you will need to have been living in the UK for at least three years for purposes other than education and have settled status.  Further information can be found by referring to the UKCISA website

Bursary – a bursary is a means tested financial award given to students who meet the criteria of the scheme.  Not all bursaries are given in cash, but could be services or resources of an equivalent financial value.

Scholarship – a financial award given to eligible students who meet the academic threshold as determined by the scheme.

Sponsorship arrangement - if your fees are being paid in full or part by another sponsor (such as an employer, charity or trust) this will be considered as a sponsorship arrangement. 

Self-funding - students who are assuming full responsibility for the funding of their course. Please note students in receipt of a loan from the Student Loan Company are identified as a self-funding student. 

Last updated: 22/09/2022

Funding and Scholarships Information for UK Applicants

This information is for both Full and Part-Time students applying to study at Northumbria University in the academic year 2022/23.

Northumbria University is committed to supporting the best students with outstanding academic ability. We offer a number of support packages for students depending on academic achievement or personal financial circumstances; each of the tabs below will provide you with further information.

Financial support opportunities have associated eligibility conditions, therefore it is essential applicants consider all requirements and observe the application process and deadlines carefully.

Please keep checking this page for further Undergraduate Scholarships.

Care Leavers Bursary (for UK students)

Please see the main Care Leavers Bursary page for more information.

Funding

Student Finance England Funding

Click here to find out if your fees are paid through Student Finance England.

Funding if you are from Scotland/Northern Ireland/Wales/Channel Islands

Funding for Education Courses

Click here if to find out if you are eligible for Government funding if you are studying one of Northumbria's education courses.

NHS Student Services

Click here to find out about Government Bursaries to help with tuition fees for Healthcare and Social Work courses.

ELCAS (Funding from the Ministry of Defence)

Click here to find out more about ELCAS funding.

Definitions

Home - normally, in order to be classed as a home student, you will need to have been living in the UK for at least three years for purposes other than education and have settled status.  Further information can be found by referring to the UKCISA website

Bursary – a bursary is a means tested financial award given to students who meet the criteria of the scheme.  Not all bursaries are given in cash, but could be services or resources of an equivalent financial value.

Scholarship – a financial award given to eligible students who meet the academic threshold as determined by the scheme.

Sponsorship arrangement - if your fees are being paid in full or part by another sponsor (such as an employer, charity or trust) this will be considered as a sponsorship arrangement. 

Self-funding - students who are assuming full responsibility for the funding of their course. Please note students in receipt of a loan from the Student Loan Company are identified as a self-funding student. 

Last updated: 01/08/2022


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