In order to remain eligible in continuing years of study you must:
- be a UK-resident student continuing to undertake a first undergraduate degree at the University of Birmingham’s UK campus in September 2019
- be deemed eligible for maintenance support by the Student Loans Company (SLC)
- be means tested by the SLC and agree to share your household income information with the University (please note that whilst you do need to apply for a Maintenance Loan from the SLC to be considered for a Chamberlain Award, you do not need to take any Maintenance Loan offered to you by the SLC)
- be liable for the full standard undergraduate fee
- not be eligible to receive NHS funding
- not be on an Initial Teacher Education (ITE) programme
- not be transferring from another institution
- have a household income of £36,000 or less (as verified by the relevant SLC agency)
- have academically progressed onto the next year of study of your course.
If you are a continuing student on the BA Social Work programme and have not been successful in obtaining the Social Work bursary, you may be eligible for the Chamberlain Award. Please contact the Funding, Graduation & Awards team and attach a copy of your correspondence from either the School of Social Policy or the NHS confirming your ineligibility.
The Chamberlain Award will be subject to annual and in-year reassessment to determine eligibility. We strongly recommend reading the Terms and Conditions for the Chamberlain Award.
View the Terms and Conditions for the Chamberlain Award (PDF - 46.8KB).