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 the country you are from.


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Found 83 award(s): Click on the scholarship or bursary title below to check current availability and your eligibility.

Access to Birmingham Scholarship & BursaryUniversityNo deadline; open-ended awardThe scholarship is valued at £1,500 per year and is renewable subject to the terms and conditions.  The bursary is worth £1,000 as a one off payment in the first year of study only.  These awards may be made in addition to any other grant or bursary you may receive.These awards are available to new undergraduates entering the University through the Access to Birmingham (A2B) scheme. The Scholarship and/or Bursary will be awarded dependent on performance on the scheme and achieving the standard or A2B offer grades.
Achievement Scholarship (Chemistry)UniversityNo deadline; open-ended award

This scholarship is valued at £1,000.

Valued at £1,000, these scholarships will be awarded to high achieving students entering their first year of studies at the School of Chemistry. These awards are unlimited in number and the actual value will depend on funds available.
Allen Murray Centenary ScholarshipUniversityCloses 14/12/2018

Each scholarship is valued at £2,000.

Successful candidates will continue to receive this scholarship in subsequent years of study, provided academic progression is maintained at a 2:1 standard.

The Allen Murray Centenary Scholarship is open to second-year UG students in the science schools who qualify for a full or partial Maintenance Grant. Selection is based on academic merit.
Article 26 ScholarshipUniversityClosed 31/07/2018 (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 £10,000 is available, split between a University-owned accommodation fee waiver and a monthly stipend payment for each year of study.The Article 26 Scholarship offered by the University of Birmingham
Brockhouse ScholarshipUniversityCloses 14/12/2018The 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. The number and value of awards will depend on the availability of funds and standard of applicants.
Bury Hometown AwardUniversityCloses 31/01/2019This scholarship is valued at £1,500 per academic year, subject to successful academic progression.Bury Hometown Award details
Canada Undergraduate ScholarshipUniversityCloses 30/04/2019One scholarship available to the value of a £2,500 reduction in tuition fees for the first year of study at the University of Birmingham UK campus.The University of Birmingham, in partnership with the Canada Alumni Chapter, is delighted to offer an undergraduate scholarship to an outstanding candidate from Canada.
Caterpillar ScholarshipExternal, UniversityTo be confirmed

Each scholarship is valued at £1,000.

Caterpillar Scholars will have their awards renewed in subsequent years subject to satisfactory academic progression and a demonstrated commitment to the Caterpillar Engineering Ambassadors engagement scheme.

Open to full-time UK students who are entering their second of study in the Engineering schools with a household income of £25,000 or less, the Caterpillar Scholarships offer financial support in the form of an annual £1,000 award. This award will reopen in Autumn 2017
Chamberlain AwardUniversityOpens 16/08/2019

 If your household income is assessed by the Student Loans Company (SLC) as being below £36,000, you may be entitled to the Chamberlain Award as follows:

Household Income Threshold
 Household Income  Amount
 £0 - £25,000  £2,000
 £25,001 - £36,000  £1,000

Care Leavers in 2019-20 can receive their Chamberlain Award as a £5,975.04 accommodation fee waiver if living in University-owned halls of residence or, if living elsewhere, can choose a £3,000 tuition fee waiver or cash bursary. These awards apply to all years of study. In order to qualify, please ensure you have identified yourself as a Care Leaver on your UCAS application. You will need to complete an online application form in order to be considered for this award. Please log an enquiry with Funding, Graduation & Awards if you require further assistance.

If your household income is below £36,000, you may be entitled to additional financial support from the University in the form of a Chamberlain Award.
Computer Science Undergraduate ScholarshipUniversityClosed 01/08/2018 (Note: competition closed for this year)This scholarship is valued at £3,000 for the first year of study.Valued at £3,000, 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.

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