University of Wolverhampton Bursaries

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University of Wolverhampton Bursaries

University of Wolverhampton Bursaries

Access Bursary 2018

To be eligible for consideration, candidates must:

  • Have applied to study (and subsequently enrol) on a full-time undergraduate course with a tuition fee of £6000 p.a. or more.
  • Have firmly accepted a conditional or unconditional offer of a place at the University of Wolverhampton by July 2018; and

Either

  • Be a person with deafness/hearing loss or other hearing impairment and eligible for support via the Disabled Student Allowance (DSA) which has been declared to the University prior to enrolment.  (If necessary, this criterion may be reviewed in the light of the detailed Government changes to DSA eligibility expected to be developed shortly).

Or

  • Be a Care Leaver which must be declared to the University prior to enrolment.  [A care leaver is someone who has previously lived with foster parents, in a children’s home, orphanage, or sheltered accommodation. The Children (Leaving Care) Act 2000 defines a care leaver as someone who has been in the care of the Local Authority for a period of 13 weeks or more spanning their 16th birthday]. For more information on fees available see www.wlv.ac.uk/care.

How it works

The Access Bursary takes the form of a £2000 cash payment in the first year of study only, paid in two instalments during the student’s first year of study.

Please note: Students on NHS-funded courses or those who have previous University-level study are not eligible for this award.

 

Financial Support

We can provide financial support and advice to help smooth your path through university.

Support by study type

Discover the support you may be eligible for from the Government or from the University depending on your mode of study:

 

Further sources of financial support

 

Whether you are a mature student returning to education after time away or if you have a young family or even if you have a disability that may have an impact on your ability to study we have support for you.

The Gateway

Our Education Guidance Advisors offer friendly and professional advice to prospective students. They have a huge amount of experience answering enquiries on all aspects of coming to University including fees and finances, previous study rules and sources of funding.

Tel: 01902 321032

Email: gateway@wlv.ac.uk

Web: www.wlv.ac.uk/gateway

Alternatively click on the individual support below or go to:

Further sources of financial support