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Undergraduate scholarships

In 2017 Brunel offered over 400 scholarships to Home and International students. A similar package will be available in 2018, full details of all our scholarships and bursaries will be released shortly.  

Our scholarships are based on a whole range of criteria - are you eligible? Please see terms and conditions for full details. Meeting the eligibility criteria does not equate to an entitlement to a scholarship. 

How to apply for a Brunel scholarship?

Many of our scholarships and bursaries do not require an application. In the summer we will assess your grades and other eligibility criteria and automatically award a scholarship or bursary if found eligible, please see individual terms and conditions for full details.

If you are eligible for more than one scholarship, you will be awarded the scholarship with the highest monetary value. 

ScholarshipNumber available in 2018Value (per year)DurationApplication process 

Care Leaver Bursary 

Every care leaver registered on a Brunel undergraduate programme

£1,000

Up to 3-years.

No application, we will automatically assess your eligibility in the summer.

Undergraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship

30

£6,000

3-years, subject to meeting progression criteria 

 

This scholarship is currently closed and will open for 2018 shortly.

 

Urban Scholarship

All those that meet the eligibility criteria and have been part of the Urban Scholars programme for over 2 years.

£3,000

3-years

Urban Scholars can apply now by email, please provide your full name, date of birth, Student ID number, when you attended the Programme and which School/College you attended.

Dean's Occupational Therapy and Dean's Physiotherapy (Physical Therapy) scholarships for International students

Awarded to all those that meet the eligibility criteria

£3000 tuition fee waiver

3-years

International applicants will be invited to apply directly by the Admissions tutor and should provide a 500 word essay explaining why they would be an excellent ambassador for both Brunel and their chosen profession. The personal statement should be sent to the Admissions Tutor within 10 days of being invited to apply for the scholarship

Eligibility

For full eligibility criteria see the individual scholarship terms and conditions.

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