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Income related scholarships

Find out if you are eligible for an Income Related Scholarship for new undergraduate students entering studies in 2019.

About Income related scholarships

If you are eligible for an income related scholarship, you could receive up to £3,000 for each year of your studies to help you towards your course related costs.

Some scholarships are only payable for the first year of study. You will not receive a scholarship payment during a placement period.

Roper Scholarship

  • worth up to £1,000 a year for 3 years
  • 11 awards available
  • any subject area

Meri Williams Scholarship

  • worth up to £3,000 a year for 3 years
  • 1 award available
  • Undergraduate Computing Science degree
  • Available to women & non-binary students

The Veronica Hope Hailey Scholarship

  • worth up to £1,000 a year for 3 years
  • 2 awards available
  • One award has a preference for a student studying within the School of Management or a student from the South West region of England in any subject area
  • The second award has a preference for a female student on any course of study

Santander Widening Participation Scholarship

  • worth up to £1,500 for the first year of study
  • 13 awards available
  • any subject area

BLDA Architects' Scholarship

  • £3,000 in Year 1 and 4 and
  • £1,500 during your placement years, Year 2 and 3
  • 2 awards available
  • BSc Architecture students

Find out if you're eligible

To be eligible, you must:

  • be an eligible new first year Home UK* undergraduate student
  • be registered on a full-time campus-based undergraduate honours degree course commencing in 2019
  • not already hold an honours degree (or equivalent)
  • have a household income of £42,875 or below
  • achieve at least AAB at A level or equivalent
  • not be eligible for, or in receipt of, the Bath Bursary or Gold Scholarship. Some scholarship exceptions may apply with our corporate schemes

*Eligible UK students are those that are classed as UK (England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland), as assessed for student support purposes, as determined by Student Finance England or other relevant UK student loans awarding agency and have a UK Home fees status as determined by the University.

As part of our shortlisting process we will also take in to account the following widening participation criteria:

These awards are discretionary, so even if you meet the criteria you are not guaranteed one. Some awards may be linked to specific faculties, departments or courses of study.

Applying for an income related scholarship

If you have accepted an offer of a place to study at the University for 2019 entry we will email you with details on how to apply from May onwards. These scholarships are now closed for applications - on 31 August 2019 at midnight (GMT).

Make sure you have given permission for your/your family's financial information, given as part of your student loans application, to be shared with the University from your student loans awarding agency. This is needed so we can assess your eligibility for our funding awards.

Read the terms and conditions for 2019/20 entry