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University of Bolton National Scholarship Programme (NSP) 2013/14

There are four separate schemes running under the above programme for the 2013/14 academic year, two for full-time students and two for part-time students.

The four schemes have common eligibility as shown below:

  • All students must have commenced on the first year of an undergraduate HE course of study at University of Bolton in either Trimester 1 or Trimester 2 of the 2013/14 academic year
  • The Scholarship will be paid for first HE courses only. 
  • In order to qualify all students must be eligible to receive student support under the current government Education (Student Support) Regulations.

Brief details of each award are given below. For each award application forms will be available shortly from the University of Bolton website. You may apply for only one of the awards if you fulfil the eligibility criteria:

Full-time students

National Scholarship Programme for STEM subjects

Total award value £6,000 paid over a maximum period of 3 academic years. This award is available to full-time students from England and the E.U. (E.U. students may receive a pro-rata award for a fee waiver only).

This award may be awarded to students studying on Band 1 courses with tuition fees of £8,400 in the subject areas of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics, and whose household income is below £21,000.

It may also be awarded to Care Leaver’s whose household income is below £21,000, regardless of the subject area of study.

Full details of the award, application process and terms and conditions can be found below:

National Scholarship Programme for STEM subjects full-time|

Application form here:

NSP STEM full-time application form|

Four Year Undergraduate Course National Scholarship Programme 

Total award value £6,000 paid over a maximum period of 3 academic years. This award is available to full-time students from England and the E.U.

This award may be awarded to students who are studying a four year undergraduate programme which includes a Foundation Year (year zero). All subject areas are included.

Household income must be below £21,000.

Full details of the award, application process and terms and conditions can be found below:

Four year Undergraduate Course NSP|

Application form here:

Four Year Undergraduate NSP full-time application|

Please also check the details for the University Foundation Year (year zero) Scholarship if you do not fulfil the above eligibility criteria:

University Foundation Year (year zero) Scholarship|

Application form here:

University Foundation Year (year zero) Scholarship full-time application|

Part-time students

National Scholarship Programme for STEM subjects

Total award value £1,350 paid over the first three academic years of the course. This award is available to part-time students from England and the E.U.

This award may be awarded to students studying on courses in the subject areas of Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics, and whose household income is below £21,000.

It may also be awarded to Care Leaver’s whose household income is below £21,000, regardless of the subject area of study.

Full details of the award, application process and terms and conditions can be found below:

National Scholarship Programme for STEM subjects part-time|

Application form here:

NSP STEM part-time application form|

Undergraduate Course with Year Zero National Scholarship Programme

Total award value £2,000 paid over the first three academic years of the course. This award is available to part-time students from England and the E.U.

This award may be awarded to students who are studying an undergraduate programme which includes a Foundation Year (year zero). All subject areas are included.

Household income must be below £21,000.

Full details of the award, application process and terms and conditions can be found below:

Undergraduate Course with Year Zero National Scholarship Programme|

Application form here:

Undergraduate Course with year zero NSP part-time application| 

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