Bangor University Bursary
The Bangor Bursary means you could receive up to £3000 in extra financial help over the duration of a three-year course. Bangor bursaries are available on top of any state-funded maintenance grants and loans, as well as any other University bursaries you may be eligible for.
Your eligibility for a Bangor bursary depends on
- your household income: all those with a household income below £40,000 will get a bursary of either £1,000 or £500 a year from the University, and
- the course you are studying; you must studying on a full-time undergraduate course with a tuition fee of £9,000 payable to Bangor University.
- Depending on household income and the subject area studied, some PGCE students will also be eligible to receive Bangor bursaries. This will apply to PGCE students with a household income below £40,000 who are not eligible for ITT training grants.
The bursaries are available to students from all parts of the EU and do NOT have to be paid back.
- Bursaries will only be available to full-time, undergraduate students who are paying the full fee of £9,000, and registered and in attendance 14 days prior to the particular bursary payment date.
- Students in receipt of other bursary payments (e.g. NHS, Health & Social Care Council) will not be eligible for the bursaries scheme.
How will the bursary be assessed?
Your eligibility for a Bangor Bursary is determined through the statutory means test carried out either by Student Finance Wales or Student Finance England, when you complete the on-line form PN1. This means that you won’t need to apply to the University for a Bangor Bursary. If eligible, a confirmation letter will be sent to your home address in February 2018. Bursary payments are made from the 1st March 2018 onwards.