Scholarships and Bursaries Program
In 2020/21 Brunel will be offering over 400 scholarships and bursaries to Home, EU and International Students. Our scholarships and bursaries are based on a whole range of criteria - are you eligible? Read the terms and conditions to find out.
How to apply for a Scholarship or Bursary at Brunel?
Our bursaries do not require an application. In the summer we will assess your grades and other eligibility criteria, such as household income and automatically award a bursary if found eligible, please see individual terms and conditions for full details.
Some Scholarships require an application, you may be asked some questions about yourself, your qualifications or why you want to come to Brunel, the answers to these questions will help the scholarship Panel determine who should get the scholarship. Further details can be found in the terms and conditions of each scholarship or bursary.
- To be considered for a Bursary you must consent to the sharing of household data submitted to the Student Loans Company (SLC). Without your consent Brunel cannot access your data and assess your eligibility for a Bursary and you won't be awarded. Please contact the SLC if you are unsure.
- Clearing applicants must ensure they inform the SLC at the earliest opportunity that they are attending Brunel. This will then ensure that the SLC can provide relevant evidence that the applicant meets any relevant conditions before bursaries are awarded in the summer. Failure to do this will result in the applicant not being considered for a bursary.
- The Scholarship Panel will meet in early September and will consider late applicants and Clearing applicants. We cannot consider any applicant who applies or receives an offer to study at Brunel after the Scholarship Panel have met.
- If you are eligible for more than one scholarship or bursary, you will be awarded the scholarship with the highest monetary value.
- If you are applying for a scholarship or discount and have been asked to submit evidence, please do so in a timely manner. If your application is incomplete we will not be able to assess your application.
Banco de Mexico FIDERH Scholarship
Brunel University London and the Mexican Fund for Human Resources Development (FIDERH) have partnered to provide full time students on Postgraduate taught and Postgraduate research courses with a 15% discount on tuition fee's.
The Scholarship is for Mexican students in receipt of a loan or financial support from FIDERH, a trust managed by the Central Bank of Mexico.
The applicant should apply for the programme at Brunel in the usual way and apply for a FIDERH loan.
Life Long Learning Bursary Terms and Conditions 2020/21
Mature students are under-represented within the Brunel University London student population and as such, Brunel is committed to supporting mature students in entering higher education.
The Life Long Learning Bursary seeks to encourage mature students who might otherwise be unable to undertake undergraduate study, to apply to and successfully complete an undergraduate degree. The bursary is available to Home fee paying applicants who will the age of 30 and over on the course start date, and who are beginning undergraduate courses at Brunel University London and the Brunel Pathway College (BPC) in September. Priority in allocating the award will be given to students who at the time of application are residents of the London Borough of Hillingdon, care leavers, or are resident in an area of deprivation, as defined by the Index of Multiple Deprivation (IMD) Quintiles 1 and 2. The Access and Participation Plan 2020/21-2024/25 has been used to determine these target groups.
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