Scholarships at University of Bolton
|Scholarship Name||CARE-LEAVERS BURSARY|
|Scholarship amount||Up to £1,000 cash per academic year|
The Care-Leavers Bursary may be awarded to full-time UK undergraduate students who commence their course of study at University of Bolton from the academic year 2020/21 and who are care leavers, having lived in a care setting for at least 12 months in the last five years. Students must be progressing to a University of Bolton undergraduate Higher Education (HE) course. The award is not subject to household income assessment.
Up to £1,000 cash per academic year subject to continual fulfilment of the eligibility criteria for full-time students. For part-time students this award will be made over the anticipated duration of your course, the amount will be based on the number of credits studied per academic year.
In order to qualify for the bursary students must have demonstrated that they are:
Payment of the Bursary
For full-time students, the bursary will be paid by eight monthly instalments in each academic year on the 18th of every month. For September starters payments will be made from November to June inclusive. Payments will be £125 per month payable direct into the student’s bank account. Payments for January starters will be made in March, April, May, June, November, December, January and February for each year of study.
The payment amount and structure may differ for part-time students.
Payment is subject to continued attendance and satisfactory progression on the course of study.
Additional Support, Advice and Guidance
For further information please contact:
Mr Jonathan Stackhouse Mrs Carol Gray
Student Funding Advisor Bursaries and Scholarships Advisor
University of Bolton University of Bolton
Deane Road Deane Road
BL3 5AB BL3 5AB
Tel: 01204 903497 Tel: 01204 903499
E mail: email@example.com
Bursary payments will be terminated if the student withdraws, transfers to another institution or fails their programme of study. Bursary payments will be suspended if a student interrupts or suspends their studies.
Bursaries will not be paid to students undertaking industrial or work experience on a full-time “sandwich” basis. Students studying abroad will not be eligible to receive the bursary.
The bursary is not payable to students whose tuition fees are sponsored by a third party for example an employer.
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