Bursaries for EU students
This information applies to EU Undergraduate students starting their course in 2016-2017
You may be eligible for a bursary if you are:
- A full time EU student
- Students with a household income of £0-£25,000 will receive an annual £1,000 bursary (including £100 of book vouchers)
- Students with a household income of £25,001-£36,592 will receive an annual £600 bursary. (including £100 of book vouchers)
For more information on finance please see Fees and finance
How to apply for the bursary
You apply for the bursary at the same time as you apply to the Student Finance Services European Team in Darlington for a loan to cover your tuition fees. You need to submit a EU16B form to apply for bursaries. You need to call to request this form on (+44) (0) 141 243 3570.
The EU Team will share this information with us and we will decide if you qualify to receive the bursary, based on your household income, your tuition fees and your course.
Unfortunately, if you do not agree to allow them to share this information with us, you cannot qualify to receive a bursary.
When is the money paid?
Your bursary will be paid once only after you have been assessed as meeting the criteria.
Bursaries are assessed on household income and are paid direct to you (in instalments).
You will receive the maintenance (cash) element of your bursary in three instalments (you can use the money to reduce any of your expenses associated with studying).
You will receive your £100 Blackwell’s card as part of your first instalment. Details on how to collect your card will be included in your bursary award email.
- Ask for advice and take time to plan your finances carefully
- Make sure you are aware of all the help that's available
- Apply for a tuition fee loan earrly EU16N (Please be aware that by ticking the box on page 16 prevents us from seeing any information)
- You should apply for the bursary and loan at the same time as then they may be assessed quicker