UK and European Union graduates with a first or upper second class honours degree (or agreed equivalent qualifications**) can apply for a non-means tested scholarship worth £1,500 or £2,000. The scholarship applies to eligible full-time, taught Masters courses at the University of South Wales starting in the August/ September 2017.
Students from countries that are NOT in the EU are not eligible for this scholarship, please visit our International pages for details of scholarships that may be available to you.
To qualify for a scholarship an applicant (Home or EU) will need to fulfil all of the following criteria:
Successful applicants must:
No later than 4:30pm on Friday 15th of September 2017
Please note: These scholarships are not payable with any other form of support from public funds e.g. directly from any other Welsh Government / UK Government / EU initiative or scheme. This does not include any funding entitlement from the Student Loans Company for the Postgraduate Loan.
How much is the scholarship worth?
How is the scholarship paid?
1-year full time masters courses
The scholarship will be paid in two instalments:
2-year full time masters courses – MSc Play Therapy only.
The Scholarship will be paid in three instalments:
How to apply?
The application process will open on the 2nd of May 2017. Once you have been offered a place on an eligible full time course, you will be sent a link by email to apply online. Please allow up to two weeks for the email to be sent.
Further information including the full criteria can be found in our Frequently Asked Questions.
If you have any queries regarding this scholarship, please contact the Student Money Advice Team.
*University of South Wales scholarships and bursaries are offered on the basis that they are potentially subject to change in the event of changes to the fee and student support regime applicable in Wales. Scholarships are limited and will be allocated on a first-come first-served basis.The University also reserves the right to limit the number of scholarships and bursaries available.
** All prospective students who have achieved (or are expecting to achieve) a 2:1 or higher in their undergraduate degree, or have already passed a Postgraduate Masters course or PGCE, and intend to study a full time eligible course can apply.