Access Bursary for ROI Students


Key facts

  • Number of scholarships: Variable
  • Value: £1000-£3000
  • Opens: 2 July 2021
  • Deadline: 1 July 2030
  • Helps with: Living costs
  • Duration: Each year of study


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 the Republic of Ireland who pay a tuition fee of £9,250 per year.


The bursary is awarded to new undergraduate students from the Republic of Ireland 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 Assessed Reckonable Income figure calculated by Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI). Based on the reckonable income level, bursaries entitlement will be:  

Reckonable Income (Euro)Value of Bursary per year
up to EUR 29,000 £3,000
EUR 29,001-40,600 £2,000
EUR 40,601-49,464 £1,000

These income bands have been matched to our equivalent bursaries for students from England, Northern Ireland and Wales. 


Subject eligibility

Accounting & finance, Architecture, Biomedical engineering, Chemical engineering, Chemistry, Civil & environmental engineering, Computer science, Design manufacture & engineering management, Economics, Education, Electronic & electrical engineering, English, Entrepreneurship, History, Human resource management, Law, Marketing, Mathematics & statistics, Mechanical & aerospace engineering, Languages, Naval architecture ocean & marine engineering, Pharmacy & biomedical sciences, Physics, Politics, Psychology, Speech & language therapy, Business, Journalism, Hospitality & tourism, Management, Forensic science, Management science, Social policy, Teaching, Aeronautical engineering, Biochemistry, Biology & biological sciences, Biomedical science, Civil engineering, Data analytics, Environmental engineering, Health, Immunology, International relations, Mechanical engineering, Microbiology, Naval architecture, Ocean engineering, Pharmacology, Product design, Prosthetics & orthotics, Renewable energy, Social work, Software engineering, Sports engineering, Engineering, Science

Levels eligibility


Study modes eligibility

Full Time

Fee Status

England or N. Ireland or Rep. Ireland or Wales

Student type


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How to apply

Students wishing to apply for the scholarship should send an email from their University of Strathclyde email account and attach a copy of their award notice from Student Universal Support Ireland (SUSI) including the page that confirms their Assessed Reckonable Income to

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