The University will award a bursary to eligible full-time undergraduate students on the basis of household income of less than £25,000 as evidenced by their student support application. This bursary is worth £500 and will be paid as a cash award.
- be in the first year of a full-time honours degree and not hold an equivalent or higher qualification i.e. you must not already hold a qualification that is equivalent or higher to the BA/BSc degree that you will be undertaking.
- be from a low income family with a household income of £25,000 or less, as assessed by Student Finance England, in receipt of a full maintenance grant
- not be a Social Work student for whom profession related bursaries may be available (tbc)
- not be in receipt of funding through the NSP or an Academic Scholarship
- Scholarship funds are paid directly into the student's bank account in two instalments; one in December 2013 and one in March 2014.
- If a scholarship is terminated for any reason, a student must repay the University any monies overpaid, based on a pro-rata calculation from the date of the termination of the scholarship.
- A scholarship holder who transfers from full-time to part-time enrolment will cease to be eligible to hold the scholarship.
- The University will terminate the scholarship for any student who ceases to be an enrolled student of the University of Gloucestershire, for whatever reason.
The University of Gloucestershire has a dedicated Money Advice Team to offer information, advice and guidance on all aspects of student finance.
They provide a confidential service to prospective and current students.
They can be contacted by email at email@example.com