You can apply for a scholarship or bursary after you apply for a full-time undergraduate course at the University of Sunderland, starting in the autumn.
No, making an application does not make you eligible to receive a bursary.
Yes, you can apply for more than one scholarship. However, you can only apply for each scholarship once.
Yes, prior to making a scholarship application, please ensure that you have fully read the eligibility criteria for the award.
Following the bursary closing date we will assess your application fairly, based on the evidence you provided and your student record. We rank all applications in order of priority and will make provisional bursary awards to applicants in September.
Our priority for bursaries are the students from groups under-represented in higher education. The Office for Students (the higher education regulator) has defined these as...
Yes. Although we can assess most of your eligibility for a bursary from your student record, we will need a teacher or other professional aware of your circumstances to provide evidence.
For most bursaries you will receive credit for the StudyPlus online store on the fifth working day of November, February and April.
This scholarship is awarded to students who show the biggest improvement in their attainment between their GCSE and Level 3 grades.
We can only accept GCSE grades achieved in academic years 2018/19, 2019/20 or 2020/21 to ensure fair distribution of awards between scholarship applicants.
Yes, eligible students can apply for an off-campus fee reduction of £1,200 for each year of your course.
To find out more information please contact the Scholarships team: email@example.com or call 0191 515 2865.
Learn more about ELCAS sponsorship, an Enhanced Learning Credits Scheme from the Ministry of Defence.
Yes. Full-time students can apply for a maintenance loan on the gov.uk website...
You should contact our Student Financial Guidance team on 0191 515 2933 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org...