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University College London – UCL Scholarships 2018
This information is for prospective students starting their studies from September 2018. For 2018 / 19 entry, UCL will provide support for prospective students from low-income families. All students who meet UCL’s eligibility criteria outlined below will automatically be assessed for an award.
Bursary award letters will be sent out from late August onwards.
UCL Scholarships Eligibility 2018
Eligibility and Awards
The UCL Undergraduate Bursary scheme will be assessed on the basis of household income. To be eligible for the scheme students will have to be domiciled in the UK/EU, in their first year of study, and have a household income of less than £42,875.
- for students with assessed household income of less than or equal to £16,000 this will comprise:
a cash bursary of £2,500
- for students with assessed household income of more than £16,000 and less than or equal to £25,000 this will comprise:
a cash bursary of £1,500
- for students with assessed household income of more than £25,000, and less than or equal to £37,000 this will comprise:
a cash bursary of £1,000
- for students with assessed household income of more than £37,000, and less than or equal to £42,875 this will comprise:
a cash bursary of £500
Second year of study onwards
UCL will continue to fund students throughout the duration of their studies, provided that their household income remains under £42,875. Bursary values will remain the same for each year of study and are non-repayable.
All part-time UK/EU students studying at a level of at least 25% of the full-time equivalent will be eligible to receive a pro-rata bursary, provided that their household income is £42,875 or less.
UCL Scholarships Application Form 2018
UCL does not restrict the number of bursary awards available to eligible students. Provided you apply for means-tested support from the Student Loans Company (i.e. Student Finance England, or your applicable regional funding authority) UCL will automatically assess you for the bursary – there is no separate application form to complete.
If you have any questions about the UCL Bursary Scheme, please contact us via email@example.com – or please refer to the FAQ’s tab.