The Bolton 2013 Scholarship is worth £1,200 and may be awarded to any student that is studying a Science, Engineering or Mathematics course (excluding Sport and Psychology related courses) at the University of Bolton.
A Scholarship of £1,200, to be deducted from tuition fees, will be applied to qualifying courses for eligible students for the academic year 2013/14.
Students must be UK or EU and studying a qualifying undergraduate course of study at University of Bolton.
The undergraduate course of study must have commenced in September 2013 or later.
Tuition fees being charged for the course must be £8,400 per annum. Students must be paying the £8,400 tuition fees either via a tuition fee loan or be self funded.
The Scholarship will be paid for first, not subsequent equivalent or lower level HE courses only.
Qualifying courses of study for the Bolton 2013 Scholarship are those included within Science, Engineering and Mathematics programmes with the exception of Sport and Psychology related courses.
To be eligible to receive the Bolton 2013 Scholarship the student’s household income must be under £42,611.
In order that your eligibility to the Bolton 2013 Scholarship may be assessed you must apply to Student Finance England for funding for your course of study as soon as possible and both you and your sponsor(s) must give consent for the Student Loans Company to share information with the university. This is so that once your funding application has been financially assessed your household income details can be shared with the university.
This information will not be used by the university for any purpose other than calculating your eligibility for the Bolton 2013 Scholarship, and the information will not be shared with any third party.
Please note that even if you expect to receive the Bolton 2013 Scholarship you should still apply to Student Finance England for the full tuition fee for your course of study (if you are applying for a tuition fee loan), and any adjustment to your tuition fee figure will need to be made once your household income has been assessed and eligibility for fee waiver determined.
How to apply
To apply for student funding please visit the following link:
It is estimated that 75% of students on qualifying programmes will be eligible for state maintenance grants.
Additional terms and conditions
Students in receipt of the Bolton 2013 Scholarship cannot apply for a National Scholarship Award or Bolton Partnership Bursary in addition.
Students domiciled in Wales are not eligible to apply for the Bolton 2013 Scholarship due to fees already being subsidised by the Welsh Government (Tuition Fee Grant).
Please note the Scholarship will only be available for students in attendance on their course of study. The Scholarship will not be applied for students who have transferred to another institution, failed their course, or suspended or withdrawn from their studies.
For further information please contact:
Ms Karen Bentley
Student Funding Advisor
T: 01204 903497
Please note: information given on this webpage is provisional and subject to change.
F: 01204 903809