Number of scholarships to award
- living expenses
This is the main undergraduate bursary scheme available at UCL. It is automatically assessed based on students' applications to their regional funding authority (e.g. Student Finance England).
The value of the bursary depends on a student's household income as assessed by their regional authority (i.e Student Finance England).
The UCL Undergraduate Bursary scheme will be assessed on the basis of household income and residency status. The scheme is open to those with an annual household income of £42,875 or less. The residency status requirements are for new students to be classified as 'home fee status' by UCL and be domiciled (have been ordinarily resident) in the UK for 3 continuous years before their undergraduate course starts.
All part-time UK students studying at a level of at least 25% of the full-time equivalent will be eligible to receive a pro-rata bursary, provided that their household income is £42,875 or less and they meet the residency requirements.
Study experience required
You do not have to complete a separate application for the UCL Undergraduate Bursary.
Once you have applied to study an undergraduate course at UCL, you should make an application for student finance.
UCL will then receive your student finance household income assessment, as determined by your Regional Funding Authority*. Provided that you do not opt-out of sharing your household income data, when you complete your student finance application form, you will be automatically assessed for a bursary. If your household income assessment changes, your entitlement to a bursary may also change.