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There are a number of scholarships available to new students starting at the University of Bedfordshire in 2017. The majority will be assessed on information we have received from your UCAS and Student Finance applications, however some you will need to apply for.
Some scholarships are assessed on academic criteria, some are based on the student's background, and some are based on other criteria such as sporting achievement. See scholarships and bursaries
Most scholarships require you to be a UK or EU student beginning the first year of study on a full-time undergraduate honours course. See scholarships and bursaries
If you are a student who began their course before the academic year 2012/13, there are sources of funding still available to you. You will still be eligible to receive the University Bursary, which will be roughly 10% of your tuition fees for each year of study, paid in three instalments (December, March and May).
All UK students can also apply to the Access to Learning Fund. This is a fund for students in financial difficulties. If you are an EU student you can seek advice from the Student Money Advice Team. Check availability with the Student Information Desk (SiD)
Care leavers will automatically receive the Care Leavers Bursary (worth £5,700 over three years) providing that they have consented to share their financial information with the University in their Student Finance application and the University has seen evidence that they have been in care.
You should expect to hear the outcome of your application in the first term.
The University will contact you using the email address you gave when you first applied. If you need to change this, follow the instructions below.
If you are applying through UCAS, please contact UCAS to change your details with them. If you are applying directly to the university and have not yet registered, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please contact the Health & Wellbeing Team on email@example.com to discuss your specific disability and your needs.
It is important that you contact Health & Wellbeing so that your student record can be updated and the process of arranging support can begin. Without this the Student Money Advice Team cannot take your disability into account when assessing your application.
Our scholarships are not available to international students, however you may be eligible for a discount on your fees if you pay them all in advance. This is the International Student Scholarship scheme
Please use the translation tables found at www.ucas.com. Unfortunately, if your qualifications do not appear on these tables, it means that they cannot be translated into UCAS points and therefore cannot be used to qualify you for a scholarship.