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Find out about the extra financial support you could receive in the form of Bursaries and Awards!
Financial assistance for students facing hardship in your final year.
For UK/EU undergraduate students with a household income of £27,000 or below for the 2019/20 academic year
The Sporting Excellence Scholarship provides funding of up to £2000 to students who compete in sport at national level, or who are on the national pathway.
UK/EU students entering University for the first time with an assessed household income between £27,001-£28,000 for September 2019
For students who have been in the care of the local authority for at least 3 months since the age of 14 and under the age of 25 on the 1st of August 2019
For UK/EU undergraduate students with household income assessed by your Student Finance Authority
UK/EU students with a recognised disability who either studies full or part-time, with an element of Theatre Arts or History
For UK undergraduate students invited to an offer holders visit day or interview who live in either a HEFCE defined Widening Participation area or have Care Leavers Status
For UK undergraduate disabled students require a visit prior to accepting related to their disability
To the best performers in Part 1 examinations, as identified by faculty
For students who achieve the highest A Levels grades in year of entry in chosen subjects
For UK residents who is a son/daughter, spouse, widow/widower of a commercial traveler, chemist or grocer
To those living in areas with high levels of social deprivation and low participation in Higher Education who have an offer to study at University of Reading.