We are offering up to 50 students a year the opportunity to take part in this exciting scholarship programme.
The Gold Scholarship provides a £5,000 bursary for each year of study (not including paid placement periods) to help towards course-related costs, and includes a range of activities to help you make the most of your Bath experience and develop your career aspirations, including:
- 50 hours of volunteering, fundraising or outreach a year
- optional mentoring
- personal development, networking and skills training sessions*
- support with placements and internships
- pastoral support networks
*Scholars are required to take part in a number of sessions across the academic year, some of which will take place on evenings and at weekends.
For the 2021/22 academic year your Gold Scholarship payment dates are:
- 23 September 2021 for the the early payment of the Gold Scholarship (Year 1 only)
then the balance across three equal payments on
- 1 December 2021
- 16 February 2022
- 27 April 2022
Payments in future years will follow a similar payment pattern of three equal instalments in December, February & April.
Early payment of your Gold Scholarship - supporting you starting at Bath and accessing technology
If you are a new first year undergraduate student receiving a Gold Scholarship, we will make an early scholarship payment of £500 prior to starting your studies to support your access to and any purchase of technology you may require before teaching starts. In order to receive this payment you must have completed Registration On Line and all administrative tasks associated with your confirmation of place to study at Bath and have provided your bank details by a set date. You will be emailed information on how to submit bank details should you be successful in gaining a Gold Scholarship. Full information about this early payment can be found in our terms and conditions.
If you are a current Gold Scholar please refer to the Gold Scholarship Programme terms and conditions for your year of entry.
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