The information provided on this webpage is for 2023/4 entry or existing students only. Our current plans for 2024 entrants are also shown below.
If you are eligible for the Bath Bursary, you could be paid up to £3,000 per year of studies to help towards course related costs. The Bath Bursary will not be paid during paid placement periods; however, you will continue to receive bursary payments whilst on an unpaid placement or study abroad.
Bath Bursaries are not limited in number. If you meet the criteria, you will receive an award (unless you have applied for and are successful in gaining a Gold Scholarship). Bursaries are awarded in your first year of study, and continue until you graduate. Please see our Terms and Conditions for any exceptions.
For the 2023/24 academic year your Bath Bursary payment dates are:
- 21 September 2023 for the the early payment of the Bath Bursary (Year 1 only)
then the balance across three equal payments on
- 6 December 2023
- 14 February 2024
- 24 April 2024
Payments in future years will follow a similar payment pattern of three equal instalments in December, February & April.
Early payment of your Bath Bursary - supporting you starting at Bath and accessing technology
If you are a new first year undergraduate student receiving a Bath Bursary, we will make an early bursary payment of £300 prior to starting your studies to support your access to and allow you to purchase any technology you may require before teaching starts. In order to receive this payment you must have registered online, completed 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 Bath Bursary. Full information about this early payment can be found in our Terms and Conditions.
If you are a current Bath Bursary recipient please refer to the undergraduate bursaries and scholarships Terms and Conditions for your year of entry.
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