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Scholarships & bursaries

So what are scholarships and bursaries?

Good question! In a nutshell, non-repayable cash awards that are paid into your bank account!

The University of Hull offers a number of bursaries and scholarships for eligible students.

They come in all sort of shapes and sizes and may be available for UK, EU and International students. They’re awarded for a variety of reasons including academic achievement and/or to help those on lower incomes.

Scholarships and bursaries are separate to student loans. And the best bit is that you don’t pay a penny back!

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What scholarships and bursaries are available?

Depending on how many UCAS points you earn, or what your family circumstances are, you could bag one of these financial boosters to help with paying your way at uni.

They’re awarded for a variety of reasons, including academic achievement and to help people on lower incomes. Here are just a couple of the awards we offer.

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A helping hand

We know that university can be expensive. And we want to encourage you to work hard to get there.

That’s why we have a wide range of scholarships, bursaries and awards. If you need extra financial help to cover childcare costs or a boost because you’re from a lower-income household, we can help.

For example, the Studentship is a £1,000 award available to UK/EU undergraduate students with a household income is below £25,000.

Not only that, we’re on hand to give you help and advice managing your finances when you get here. Our Student Support team have a wealth of information to help you keep your cash under control.

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* Students living in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland are ineligible for the above awards. Students with previous experience of Higher Education are ineligible for the Studentship and Achievement Scholarship, but will be considered for the Merit Scholarship. Students can only receive one award.