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Strathclyde Access Bursary

To attract the best students regardless of background we offer the Strathclyde Access Bursary of up to £3,000 per year of study. The Bursary is awarded to new undergraduate students from England, Northern Ireland and Wales who pay a tuition fee of £9,250 per year.

  • Number of scholarships All eligible students
  • Value £1,000 to £3,000 per year of study
  • Opens 1 August 2017
  • Deadline 31 July 2018
  • Help with Equipment and study costs, Living costs, Travel costs
  • Duration Each year of study

Eligibility

The Bursary is awarded to new undergraduate students from England, Northern Ireland and Wales who enter the University in the current academic year and pay a tuition fee of £9,250 per year. When assessing bursary entitlement, the University will use the household income figure calculated by Student Finance England, Wales or Northern Ireland. 

The income and bursary levels are detailed in the table below.

Income Level

Bursary

Up to £25,000

£3,000

£25,001 to £35,000

£2,000

£35,001 to £42,641

£1,000

 Payment of the Bursary is subject to your registration and ongoing attendance on your course.

Further Information

  • Eligible students will be identified automatically through their application to Student Finance England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
  • If you are eligible you will receive a letter to the address held by the Student Loan Company (SLC) (usually your home address). This will be sent once your household income has been confirmed by SLC.
  • The letter will include the level of award and the payment dates. The payments will be made into the same bank account as your student loan.

Payment of the scholarship will be made in 3 termly instalments.

  • 30th October 2017
  • 29th January 2018
  • 14th May 2018

How to apply

  • Eligible students will be identified automatically through their application to Student Finance England, Wales or Northern Ireland.
  • If you are eligible you will receive a letter to the address held by the Student Loan Company (SLC) (usually your home address). This will be sent once your household income has been confirmed by SLC.
  • The letter will include the level of award and the payment dates. The payments will be made into the same bank account as your student loan.