Bursary info for 2012 and 2013 Entry Students

On this page you can find information for undergraduate students who started their course in either 2012 or 2013. If you started your course in a different year, then please follow the links below to the relevant information:

2016 entry - New students
2015 entry
2014 entry
Pre-2012 entry

 

The National Scholarship is worth £3,000 for the first year of study and converts to a Royal Holloway Bursary in each year thereafter. You will be sent email notification that you have been allocated a National Scholarship in early November of the first term. This email will provide instructions on how to go about choosing how you wish to receive the scholarship. You are given a choice of either taking the scholarship as a cash bursary (maximum £1,000), as a reduction to your tuition fees, as a reduction to your on campus accommodation fees or as a combination of these.

The cash element of the scholarship will be paid directly into your bank account by bank transfer. Payment of the bursary will be made in instalments at the end of the Autumn and Spring terms, in December and March. No application is required as all students who meet the eligibility criteria will automatically be considered.

To be eligible to be considered for the National Scholarship you must:

  • be a resident in England
  • be a full time undergraduate student at Royal Holloway
  • have a household income below £25,000
  • be in receipt of a full Government Maintenance Grant
  • have agreed to share the information on your PN1 Student Finance application with the College by November 2013
  • be paying the £9,000 tuition fee

National Scholarships will be awarded to the top-ranked household income eligible students according to a series of measures of widening participation and academic excellence.

Please read our terms and conditions for full details.

The Royal Holloway Bursaries are split into varying amounts depending on your household income. They are split up as follows:

 Royal Holloway Bursary - Household income below £25,000

The Royal Holloway Bursary is worth £2,500. You will be sent email notification that you have been allocated a Royal Holloway Bursary during the first term. This email will provide instructions  on how to go about choosing how you wish to receive the bursary. You are given a choice of either taking the bursary as a cash award, as a reduction to your tuition fees, as a reduction to your on campus accommodation fees or as a combination of these.

The cash element of the bursary will be paid directly into the your bank account by bank transfer in instalments at the end of each academic term, in December, March and June. No application is required as all students eligible for the award will be paid automatically.

To be eligible for a Royal Holloway Bursary of £2,500 you must:

  • be a resident in England
  • have a household income below £25,000
  • be in receipt of a full Government Maintenance Grant
  • have agreed to share the information on your PN1 Student Finance application with the College by November 2013
  • be paying the £9,000 tuition fee

Please note that students undertaking an optional or compulsory year abroad are not eligible to receive the Royal Holloway Bursary in the academic year spent abroad.

Please note that students repeating a year of undergraduate study are not eligible for bursary support for the repeated year.

Please read our terms and conditions for full details.

 

 Royal Holloway Bursary - Household income between £25,001 and £30,000

The Royal Holloway Bursary is worth £1,000. You will be sent email notification that you have been allocated a Royal Holloway Bursary during the first term. Payment of the bursary will be made in instalments at the end of the Autumn and Spring terms, in December and March. No application is required as all students eligible for the award will be paid automatically.

To be eligible for the Royal Holloway Bursary of £1,000 you must:

  • be a resident in England
  • be a full time undergraduate student at Royal Holloway
  • have a household income between £25,001 and £30,000 
  • be in receipt of a partial Government Maintenance Grant
  • have agreed to share the information on your PN1 Student finance application for with the College by November 2013
  • be paying the £9,000 tuition fee

Please note that students undertaking an optional or compulsory year abroad year abroad are not eligible to receive the Royal Holloway Bursary in the academic year spent abroad.

Please note that students repeating a year of undergraduate study are not eligible for bursary support for the repeated year.

Please read our terms and conditions for full details.

 

 Royal Holloway Bursary - Household income between £30,001 and £42,600

The Royal Holloway Bursary is worth £750. You will be sent email notification that you have been allocated a Royal Holloway Bursary during the first term. It is paid directly into your bank account by bank transfer in two instalments at the end of the Autumn and Spring terms, in December and March. No application is required as all students eligible for the award will be paid automatically.

To be eligible for the Royal Holloway Bursary of £750 you must:

  • be a resident in England
  • be a full time undergraduate student at Royal Holloway
  • have a household income between £30,001 and £42,600
  • be in receipt of a partial Government Maintenance Grant
  • have agreed to share the information on your PN1 Student Finance application with the College by November 2013
  • be paying the £9,000 tuition fee

Please note that students undertaking an optional or compulsory year abroad are not eligible to receive the Royal Holloway Bursary in the academic year spent abroad.

Please note that students repeating a year of undergraduate study are not eligible for bursary support for the repeated year.

Please read our terms and conditions for full details.

 

The Access Entry Bursary is worth £1,000. It is paid directly into your bank account by bank transfer on the last day of the spring term in March. No application is required as all students eligible for the award will be paid automatically.

To be eligible for the Access Entry Bursary you must:

  • be resident in England
  • be a full time undergraduate student at Royal Holloway
  • have a household income below £25,000
  • be in receipt of a full Government Maintenance Grant
  • have agreed to share the information on your PN1 Student Finance application with the College by November 2013
  • have gained entry to Royal Holloway through passing a QAA-recognised Access to Higher Education Diploma 
  • have met the conditions of your UCAS offer from Royal Holloway
  • not be in receipt of another College scholarship
  • be paying the £9,000 tuition fee

Please note that students undertaking an optional or compulsory year abroad are not eligible to receive the Access Entry Bursary in the academic year spent abroad.  

Please note that students repeating a year of undergraduate study are not eligible for bursary support for the repeated year.

Please read our terms and conditions for full details.

The Bedford/Adjustment and Clearing Scholarships are worth £1,000 for the first year of study only. The scholarships are paid directly into your bank account by bank transfer at the end of the Autumn term in December. No application is required as all students eligible for the awards will be paid automatically.

To be eligible for a Bedford or Adjustment and Clearing Scholarship you must:

  • have achieved one of the following qualifications and grade combinations:
    • AAB in 3 A-levels, excluding General Studies
    • D*D*D* in a BTEC National Diploma or BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma
    • 35 points in the International Baccalaureate Diploma
    • Access to Higher Education Diploma with Distinctions in at least 45 level 3 credits 
    • AAB in Scottish Advanced Highers
    • A1 A1 A1 B1 in 4 Irish Leaving Certificates
    • D3, M1, M1 in Principle Subjects of the Cambridge Pre-U
    • D1 in an OCR National Extended Diploma
  • be classed as a Home or EU student (Adjustment and Clearing Scholarship only)
  • not be in receipt of a Future Leaders Scholarship
  • be paying the £9,000 tuition fee
Please read our terms and conditions for full details.
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