Undergraduate funding database

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Our database contains details of undergraduate funding opportunities available to support your studies at the University of Birmingham. Please select the most relevant options below to identify funding opportunities relevant to your subject, fee status and country of domicile. Please note that the information displayed on this website is subject to change and that the University reserves the right to amend its scholarship provision without notice.

 

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Found 36 award(s): Click on the scholarship or bursary title below to check current availability and your eligibility.

AwardTypeDeadlineValueDescription
Achievement Scholarship (Chemistry)UniversityNo deadline; open-ended award

This scholarship is valued at £1000.

These scholarships are valued at £1000. They are automatically awarded to high achieving students entering their first year of studies at the School of Chemistry based on their a-level results.
Article 26 ScholarshipUniversityClosed 30/06/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)The award is paid as a tuition fee waiver for any standard 3 year undergraduate programme.  In addition, a living cost award of £5,000 is available per year.The Article 26 Scholarship offered by the University of Birmingham
Brockhouse ScholarshipUniversityClosed 18/12/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)The value of each scholarship will be determined by the Brockhouse Scholarship Selection Panel subject to available funds and quality of applications. Typically awards will be no less than £1,000.The Brockhouse Scholarship is open to current full-time undergraduate students in their first year who have started a programme within one of the engineering schools at the University of Birmingham.
Computer Science Undergraduate ScholarshipUniversityNo deadline; open-ended awardThis scholarship is valued at £3000 for the first year of study.Valued at £3000, this scholarship is open to UK/EU students who have made Computer Science at Birmingham their firm choice and have performed to a high standard in an interview/aptitude test and in their A Levels.
Disability AwardsUniversityClosed 31/12/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)

Up to five awards are available, usually of £600 in value. Each award is tenable for one year only, however previous applicants may reapply in subsequent years.

Offering awards of around £600, this scheme is open to all students currently studying at the University who have a disability.
Entrance Scholarships for Chemical EngineeringUniversityNo deadline; open-ended awardThe scholarships are valued at £1000.These £1000 scholarships are awarded to candidates achieving high A level results, who will be entering their first year of study in the School of Chemical Engineering.
Excellence Scholarship (Chemistry)UniversityNo deadline; open-ended awardThis scholarship is valued at £3000.Valued at £3000, this scholarship will be awarded to the six highest achieving students that do not receive a Haworth Scholarship and are entering their first year of study in the School of Chemistry.
First Class ScholarshipUniversityNo deadline; open-ended award£3000 on entry.The School of Engineering offers first-class scholarships to eligible UK and EU undergraduates based on academic merit.
Gateway BursaryUniversityClosed 05/04/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)

Financial support is tiered up to £2,000 though most awards will fall between £100 and £780. The bursary will be used to help with expenses such as accommodation, travel, living costs, bills and utilities, insurance, childcare and disability support services. Usually 90% of the bursary will be paid before a placement begins, with the remaining 10% being paid after the work experience is completed and a placement report has been handed in. The bursary may be used to help fund international placements though students must provide a good reason as to why this experience cannot be found in the UK.

 

Valued at up to £2,000, this bursary scheme is open to non-final-year undergraduates from certain priority groups that will be undertaking internships or work experience relevant to their future career.
George Watson Scholar Award (Mathematics)UniversityClosed 28/09/2020 (Note: competition closed for this year)

This scholarship is valued at £1,000.

Valued at £1,000, this scholarship is awarded to all students who make Mathematics at the University of Birmingham their firm choice and have achieved a high standard in A Level grades (or equivalent).

If you are aware of any funding opportunities not listed here which you think should be included, please let us know. We also welcome enquiries from organisations wishing to submit information on funding opportunities for inclusion in our database. Please contact us by emailing pg@contacts.bham.ac.uk