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Scholarships and bursaries at St Mary's University

We provide a variety of scholarships for UK and EU students through the St Mary's Scholarship Scheme.

AwardAmountDeadlineTypeFee Status
St Mary's Cares Bursary £3,000
(per annum)
Awarded to all who meet the eligibility requirements Undergraduate Home/EU
Vice-Chancellor's Excellence Scholarship £3,000
(per annum)
30th September 2020 Undergraduate Home/EU
St Mary’s Bursary £2,000
(per annum)
30th September 2020 Undergraduate Home/EU
Sport scholarships Up to £3,000 (per annum) See Sport Scholarship page for more info Undergraduate and postgraduate Home/EU and International
Sport Coaching Bursary Financial support to gain coaching, officiating and other sports qualifications TBC Undergraduate Home/EU and International
International Scholarships £3,000 All international applicants assessed after offer made Undergraduate and Postgraduate International
PGCE Bursaries Varies depending on programme and bachelor degree   PGCE Secondary Home/EU
History Scholarship A reduction of £1250 per year to your University tuition fees. The scholarship will be awarded to any student applying in the UCAS cycle who satisfies all of the criteria. History undergraduate Home/EU
NEW: International and European Business Law – ICP Scholarship Three scholarships will be available for 2020 entry, five for 2021.  Full details and eligibility criteria will be available soon. International and European Business Law - postgraduate TBC

 


International students

There are also  scholarships available to new international undergraduate and taught postgraduate students. Please refer to the  International Scholarships webpage for full details of these scholarships, including eligibility criteria. The International Scholarships webpage also includes information about a variety of other scholarships.


Bursaries

Our sport coaching bursary is also available for those who want to gain coaching, officiating and first aid qualifications. PGCE students can apply for a bursary of up to £30,000.