Funding FAQs

Frequently asked questions on funding for students studying at UWE Bristol.

Is funding available for Northern Irish, Welsh and Scottish students?

Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish students are charged the same tuition fees as English students and financial support will be provided from their 'home' devolved administration.

Student support information is available from Student Awards Agency for Scotland, Student Finance Northern Ireland and Student Finance Wales.

Is there any extra help for living costs?

Yes, eligible UK undergraduates and PGCE students will be able to apply for funding from Student Finance (England, Wales etc) and, if on an NHS-funded courses, also from the NHSBSA.

See the funding pages for an overview of government funding available and our financial support pages for information about support available from UWE Bristol.

Does UWE Bristol offer any additional scholarships or bursaries to help students?

UWE Bristol is providing over 1,000 bursaries to English-resident undergraduates from lower income families. The UWE Bursary will provide £3,000 in cash to 80 full-time students who meet the criteria for an enhanced bursary.

Priorities for the UWE enhanced Bursary are care leavers, estranged students, and students with caring responsibilities. For students who do not meet those three criteria there will be 1,300 low income bursaries of £500 paid to students with an income below £25,000.

Visit our UWE Bursary pages for details on eligibility criteria.

Does UWE Bristol offer any other help?

As well as the UWE Bursary, there are a number of UWE Bristol funds to support postgraduate and undergraduate study. The funds are only available to students once they have enrolled on a course.

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