Bursaries and scholarships (2013/14 entrants)

Bursaries and scholarships (2013/14 entrants)

The College offers a generous package of scholarships and bursaries, which are listed below. Please also see our section on Grants and Loans for Undergraduates, for details of Government Funding.

Academic Excellence Scholarships

Awarded to ALL UK & EU students who achieve at least ABB at A-Level (or equivalent). To be eligible you must choose Heythrop as your firm choice with UCAS. The scholarship will be awarded as £1,500 per year, subject to satisfactory academic progress, up to a maximum of £4,500 over the duration of your studies.

National Scholarship Programme Awards

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit and motivation to study at Heythrop. To be eligible you must choose Heythrop as your firm choice with UCAS, be financed through Student Finance England, and have a household income of £25,000 or less. Scholarships are awarded in year 1 as a direct payment of £1,000, plus an additional £2,000 towards accommodation or tuition fees. In years 2 and 3 they are awarded as fee waivers of £1,500 each year, subject to satisfactory academic progress. The maximum award you could receive over the duration of your studies is £6,000. Students in receipt of a National Scholarship Programme Award are not eligible to receive the Academic Excellence Scholarship. 

Applications are now being accepted for this scholarship. Download the guidance notes and application form. The deadline for applications is 2 September 2013.

Student Support Bursaries

Students in receipt of a Government Maintenance Grant are eligible to receive a bursary from the College. The bursary is calculated at 35% of the grant received, up to a maximum of £1,000 per annum. The maximum award you could receive over the duration of your studies is £3,000. Students are not eligible to receive both a Student Support Bursary and a BA Abrahamic Religions Bursary.

BA Abrahamic Religions Bursary

ALL full-time students on this degree Programme will be awarded £1,250 per annum, subject to satisfactory academic progress. The maximum award you could receive over the duration of your studies is £3,750. Students are not eligible to receive both a Student Support Bursary and a BA Abrahamic Religions bursary.

Page Updated: Friday, August 16 2013