Undergraduate bursary to study for a master's degree in Architecture
Find out if you are eligible for a bursary to study a master's degree in Architecture.
Master's in Architecture part 2 bursary
If you are eligible for the Masters in Architecture bursary, you could be paid up to £1,000 for each year of your studies to help you towards your course related costs.
If you are eligible for the bursary, you will be paid:
- £1,000 in the first year if your placement period is unpaid, or £500 if your placement period is paid
- £1,000 in your second year
Find out if you're eligible
To be eligible, you must:
- be an eligible Home UK* student
- be paying the higher rate tuition fees of £9,000 or more
- be registered on the full-time Part 2 Masters in Architecture course
- have a student loans household income assessment of £22,000 or below
*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 fee status as determined by the University.
You must also meet one or more of the following criteria:
- your home is in an area where there is a low participation of young people progressing into higher education
- your school or college performance is below average
- you are a care leaver
- you or your family receive a state means-tested benefit
- you have an Access to HE Diploma
- you are 'irreconcilably estranged' from your parents or guardians
- you are a Young Carer
- you are a refugee or asylum seeker
- your home address is considered to be in an area of lower social mobility according to ACORN data analysis
Applying for a bursary
We will contact you from May 2018 onwards to let you know how to apply, if you have accepted an offer of a place to study at the University for 2018 entry.