The UH Undergraduate Bursary is a new scheme from the University of Hertfordshire, to help our students with the costs associated with going to University.
The £1,000 bursary is for all eligible students who are starting their undergraduate degree with us in September 2017.
The UH Bursary is means tested but you don’t have to apply. The University will be able to identify whether you qualify from your university and student loans company application and will automatically put you forward to receive the funds.
How much is the UH Undergraduate Bursary worth?
The bursary is £1,000 for your first year of your undergraduate programme only.
Your bursary will be given to you in two instalments of £500, in October 2017 and January 2018.
You can use the money to help with the costs associated with university, whether that is travel, accommodation or equipment.
UH Undergraduate Bursary eligibility criteria
To be eligible for the bursary you must:
Make UH your firm choice by 20 July 2017 for entry in September 2017.
Have a household income of £25,000 or less as assessed by Student Finance England – this will be calculated from your Student Loans Company account, so please ensure you and your parent(s) consent to share so that we are able to see this information
Be studying a full-time undergraduate course (including our foundation degrees)
Be considered a Home/EU fee paying student as assessed by the University
Please note you will not be eligible for the bursary if you are transferring from one University of Hertfordshire undergraduate course to another.