If you’re a UK home undergraduate student, you’re probably entitled to a loan for your tuition fees and a loan for living costs if you are studying full time, but are you eligible for any extra support? Read our guide below carefully so you don’t miss out.
We will be awarding a cash bursary of £750 per year to eligible full-time UK home undergraduate students who start their studies at NTU in 2017.
You’re eligible for this bursary if you:
We’ll award you £750 cash per year of study.
The bursary will be available for each year of your course (except during any year-long work placement as part of a sandwich degree).
There’s no separate application process to apply for an NTU Bursary. Your eligibility will be automatically assessed as long as you’ve applied and are eligible for a Tuition Fee Loan and a Maintenance Loan from your national Student Finance Service.
We should automatically receive confirmation of your eligibility provided that you haven’t withdrawn consent to share financial information with the University for the purposes of assessing bursary entitlement.
If we award you a bursary, you’ll receive written confirmation from us.
You should receive your letter between September and November. Contact us on +44 (0)115 848 2494 or email us if you think you meet the bursary eligibility criteria, but haven’t received the letter by November.
Are you an international or EU student? Please see our international student pages for information about our scholarships for international and EU students.
We’ll award you a NTU Care Leaver Bursary of £500 to help towards living costs if you start your studies at NTU in 2017 and you:
The NTU Care Leaver Bursary will be available for each year of full-time study.
Further information about the Bursary including details of the application process can be found in our NTU Care Leaver Bursary Guidance Notes.
To apply, please email us and you will be sent a link to our online application form. We strongly recommend that students apply for the NTU Care Leaver Bursary by Friday 8 September 2017.
If you’re studying Teacher Training or Social Work, you may be able to apply for a special bursary. Find out about these bursaries on our Student Services pages.
Nottingham Trent University is very pleased to be awarding two NTU Article 26 Scholarships for undergraduate entry in September 2017 for new students who have sought asylum in the UK but do not have access to Student Finance from the UK government. Scholarship recipients will each be awarded a full tuition fee waiver and a £500 award towards course and travel costs for each year of their academic course.
Am I eligible to apply?
In order to apply for an NTU Article 26 Scholarship, you must meet all of the following criteria:
Further information about the NTU Article 26 Scholarship Scheme, with details of the eligibility criteria and the application and selection process, is available in our NTU Article 26 Scholarship Guidance Notes. You will need to read through this carefully before you apply. If you meet all of the eligibility criteria and wish to apply for the Scholarship, please email email@example.com and you will be sent a link to our online application form. You will be required to complete the application form and provide documentary evidence to support your application.
Please note, applications are for the one remaining NTU Article 26 Scholarship to be awarded for 2017/18 entry.
We offer a number of scholarship awards each year to student athletes from a range of different sports. Find out more on our sport pages.
We also offer several scholarships to cover the cost of music tuition. Any student who is or will be studying at NTU can apply, and you can find out more on our music pages.
Please see our international student pages for information about our scholarships for international and EU students.
Visit our Student Services pages to find out about the Discretionary Hardship Fund, Trusts and Charities which help students having financial difficulty, and other hardship funds.
If you have any further questions, please call +44 (0)115 848 2494 or email the Student Financial Support Service.