The Brunel University London Bursary is awarded to the full-time Home fee paying students pursuing Undergraduate courses at Brunel University London or the London Brunel International College.
Eligibility Criteria/ Scholarship Guidelines:
To be eligible, an applicant:
- Should have an offer for pursuing undergraduate course and must commence the course in the upcoming academic year and it also includes offers made through UCAS Clearing and Adjustment.
- Should be a Home fee paying student. Applicants who are unsure of their fee status should note Brunel uses the information they have provided in their application form to assess fee status against regulations set by the UK government.
- Should be a resident in the UK (includes those living in England, Wales, Northern Ireland, Scotland).
- Should provide household income to the Student Loans Company and must come from a low income household (£25,000 pa or less, as defined in the ‘Eligibility Definitions’ below).
Applicants should meet at least one of the following under-represented criteria:
- Should be a resident in an area of deprivation, as defined by the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) Quintiles 1 and 2.
- Should be aged 21 or over by the course start date.
Note: Please note that clearing applicants must ensure that they inform the Student Loans Company at the earliest before they attend Brunel
Proof of Eligibility:
- Should provide the evidence of ‘Low Income’, full time students must have provided the Student Loans Company with sufficient information to enable a full financial and the student and sponsors should have provided their consent to share this data.
- Evidence of 'Quintiles 1 & 2 of the Index of Multiple Deprivation data will be collected from the UCAS/UTT/Brunel application forms.
- Evidence of age data will be collected from the UCAS/UTT/Brunel application forms
How to Apply:
Students will be considered for the bursary automatically based on the information provided in their course application and awards will be made by the Allocation Panel.