Find out whether you could be considered for a bursary or scholarship to help towards your study costs.
Funding your studies
Information on scholarships, bursaries, loans, funding and other types of financial support for undergraduate and postgraduate students.
The Gold Scholarship Programme offers a bursary of £5,000 for each year of your studies plus an enrichment programme to enhance your personal development.
The Bath Bursary is worth up to £3,000 for each year of your undergraduate studies.
Find out if you are eligible for a bursary to study Addictions Counselling.
The part 2 Master's in Architecture bursary is worth up to £1,000 for each year of your studies.
If you receive the Bath Bursary or Gold Scholarship and are going on an unpaid placement, you may be eligible for this extra award of up to £2,000.
Income related scholarships are worth up to £3,000 per year of study.
We offer scholarships aimed at overseas students who demonstrate outstanding academic achievement.
The AB InBev Scholarship supports up to five high-potential undergraduate students from low-income backgrounds for three years of study.
Scholarships designed to support the brightest minds who are interested in software engineering and the technology industry.
Lloyds Scholars offers financial and professional opportunities.
If you are studying an undergraduate course, you may be able to take out a loan for your tuition fees and living costs.
What you could get when you apply for a loan to study for a postgraduate master's degree in the 2019/20 academic year.
How the University determines your fee status and how this affects the tuition fees you pay.
American students can apply for US government or private education loans to help towards funding their studies at the University of Bath.
Eligibility information and how to apply for a Title IV Direct Loan for students from the USA.
The University's policy for assessing whether US students are meeting the satisfactory academic requirements to continue receiving Title IV Direct Loans.
University policies, procedures and guidance that we are required to provide to students with Title IV Direct Loans by the US Department of Education.
What to do if you are a US student applying for a Sallie Mae loan and how we respond to your application.
If you are leaving care, a Foyer resident, or estranged from your parents, we can provide additional support and financial assistance to help you at University.
If you are applying for University and have refugee, asylum seeker, HP+3 or DLR status, there is information about financial and other support here.
If you are a young adult carer you can find information here on additional support and financial assistance.