Undergraduate Scholarships

The following scholarships are available for new students starting in academic year 2022/23 via competitive application.

Scholarships are awarded based on a combination of merit and need.

Scholarship Is this for me? Award
Vice-Chancellor's Scholarship Aimed at students who reflect a commitment to the University values. Up to £27,750 over three years, as a cash award or tuition fee waiver.
Dean Scholarship Aimed at students who demonstrate both academic excellence, financial need and a commitment to the University values. Up to £13,500 over three years, as a cash award or tuition fee waiver.
Sports Scholarship Aimed at talent athletes towards fulfilling their potential as a student athlete. Up to £6,000 per year of study.
ELSEF Scholarships Aimed at students progressing to UEL directly from an ELSEF member college. Up to £1,000 in the first year only.
UTC Scholarships Aimed at students progressing to UEL directly from LDE UTC. Up to £1,500 in the first year only.
Helena Kennedy Foundation Aimed at supporting disadvantaged students who have overcome significant barriers to continue with Higher Education. £2,250 over duration of course.

 

Undergraduate Bursaries

The following bursaries are available for new undergraduate students starting in the academic year 2022/23 via an application.

Bursary Is this for me? Award
Hardship Bursary Aimed at students from low-income households facing unforeseen financial difficulties. Up to £3,000.
Young Independent Student Bursary Aimed at students who previously lived in care or a foyer or/and whom are estranged from their parents. Up to £1,500 per year of study.
Engagement Bursary Aimed to supporting students financially to remain in higher education (childcare, travel and DSA). Up to £3,000.
Progression Bursary Aimed at supporting student employability, targeting low-income students accessing course costs, graduate interview costs, and reasonable adjustment costs for students with disabilities. Up to £3,000.
Short Course Bursary Aimed at supporting students from low-income households undertaking UEL pre-entry short courses. Up to £200.