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Lloyds Scholars

Lloyds Scholars offers financial and professional opportunities.

About Lloyds Scholars

Find out about Lloyds Scholars.

Financial Support

Lloyds Scholars is a unique social mobility programme run by Lloyds Banking Group. They offer students from lower income households a package of financial support and opportunities to develop employability skills.

  • Bursaries of up to £1,500 a year (excluding placement periods)
  • At least one paid internship during your studies
  • Dedicated Lloyds mentor
  • End of course excellence awards worth up to £3,000

Find out about the support package

Paid internship

Lloyds Banking Group offers a paid internship as part of this scheme.

Benefits include:

  • invaluable work experience
  • direct exposure to a large banking company

The internship is your chance to prove yourself if you want to join the Lloyds Banking Group Graduate Leadership Programme (GLP).

Mentoring and networking

Lloyds Banking Group will give you a personal mentor who will support you throughout your experience. Through the relationship with your mentor, you will also get:

  • advice on selecting the workstream for your internship
  • real insight into Lloyds Banking Group
  • opportunities to understand and experience different areas of the business

Gain skills through volunteering

As a Lloyds Scholar, you need to commit to 100 hours volunteering in your local community.

Volunteering is a fantastic opportunity to challenge yourself and develop skills valued by employers. This rewarding experience is a great way to get involved in what's happening in your area.

Find out about volunteering opportunities at Bath

Eligibility criteria

Find out if you are eligible to apply for Lloyds Scholars.

To be eligible you must:

  • in 2020 be an eligible new first year Home UK* undergraduate student
  • have made Bath your firm choice
  • have a student loans household income assessment of £25,000 or below

*Eligible UK students are those assessed as UK (England, Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland), 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.

Make sure you have given permission for your/your family's household income assessment to be shared with the University by your student loans awarding agency. This is needed so we can assess your eligibility for our funding awards.

How to apply

Find out how to apply to be a Lloyds Scholar.

  • All firm offer holders will be emailed with instructions on how to apply
  • applications are made directly to Lloyds
  • applications typically close in May

Applications are now closed for 2019 entry.

Other funding opportunities

Find out about other funding opportunities.

Contact us

Contact the Scholarships & Bursaries team for more information.