The Centenary Undergraduate Bursary is for new students starting full time honours degree courses who have to relocate more than 45 miles to come to University in 2014/15. It provides a guaranteed place in halls plus a discount of £1500 off that accommodation cost. This bursary is not means tested.
The Flying Start Scholarship provides financial and IT help to outstanding students from the UK. The scholarship is worth £750 plus an iPad in your first year of study. This scholarship is not means tested and is available to students starting a full time undergraduate honours degree in 2014/15 who have achieved at least 320 ucas points.
The Network 75 Bursary provides academic and practical training for part time undergraduates who are looking to study a degree in 2014/15. Students will receive £5000 a year while working 3 days per week for a host company and have their tuition fees paid in full for a part time course 2 days a week.
The University of South Wales offers five Welsh Medium Scholarships worth £1,000 each to those who study at least one module each academic year through the medium of Welsh as they study with us.
If your parent or spouse is a grocer, chemist or commercial traveller, you could qualify for a bursary of up to £3,000 a year towards the cost of an undergraduate degree.
The University of South Wales is delighted to offer 3 bursaries to the value of £2,000 (per academic year) for students from low income families from South Wales studying in a number of subject areas.
The Social Work Bursary is in addition to the Statutory Funding you may receive.
The University of South Wales is pleased to offer sports scholarships which are designed to support potential elite athletes and sports people who are competing at national and international level in their chosen sport. For further information, please contact Gail Baptista at Gail.Baptista@southwales.ac.uk