There are a wide range of scholarships available to you as a student at the University.
Find out if you are eligible, how to apply, and what you need to do once you’re a scholarship holder.
If you are experiencing financial difficulties you may be eligible for financial assistance through a loan or bursary.
Scholarships provide funding to students based on a range of factors including your chosen area of study, academic achievements, background or financial situation.
See the scholarships website for a full list of scholarships and awards, including details on eligibility, the value and length of each scholarship and how to apply.
If you are a coursework student (undergraduate or postgraduate), visit our Now Open page to see what coursework scholarships you can currently apply for.
Otherwise, see our Research Scholarships database for postgraduate research scholarships.
Once you’ve found a scholarship you’re interested in, follow the application instructions given on these webpages. In some cases, you may not need to apply as some scholarships are automatically awarded based on your results.
Application closing dates will vary depending on the scholarship, so check the dates carefully.
Our 2018 Undergraduate Scholarship Guide (pdf, 892KB) includes some helpful tips on how to build a successful application.