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Undergraduate bursary to study for a master's degree in Architecture

The part 2 Master's in Architecture bursary is worth up to £1,000 for each year of your studies.

About the part 2 Master's in Architecture bursary

Find out about the bursary.

New students starting studies in 2020 could be eligible for the part 2 Master's in Architecture bursary. This is worth up to £1,000 for each year of study to help 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

If you are a current recipient of a bursary for the part 2 Master's in Architecture please refer to the undergraduate bursaries and scholarships terms and conditions for your year of entry.

Eligibility criteria

Find out if you are eligible to receive the part 2 Master's in Architecture bursary.

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 Master's in Architecture course starting in 2020
  • have a student loans household income assessment of £25,000 or below

(the degree apprenticeship route is not an eligible course for this bursary)

You must also meet one or more of the following criteria:

*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.

How to apply

Find out how to apply for a bursary.

Application timeline

  • March: All offer-holders sent information about scholarships and bursaries
  • May: Offer-holders sent instructions on how to apply
  • September: Successful recipients informed of outcome
  • October: Applications close*

*Bursaries will be awarded from September 2020, but the application will remain open until the end of October 2020.

Application process

You can apply for the bursary using a paper application form which will be emailed to all offer-holders.

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.

Other funding opportunities

Find out about other funding opportunities.

See our terms and conditions for more information

2020/21 Terms and Conditions

Contact us

Contact Scholarships & Bursaries for more information.