Up to £2,000 in the first year of study only for Home students, dependent on entry grades.
For home undergraduate students who are eligible for UK Government funding support.
|Study level||Undergraduate students|
|Fee status||Home students (about fee status)|
|Year of entry||2023|
|Based on||Household income|
|Amount||£1,000 per year of study|
|How to apply||
You will be automatically considered for this funding when you apply
If you are starting in 2023, you will qualify for a Lancaster University Bursary of £1,000 in each year of your studies if:
Bursaries are normally confirmed around the middle of October. Lancaster will send an email to your Lancaster email address from firstname.lastname@example.org.
Awards are paid directly into a bank account that you nominate via an online process. We will send details of how to do this via email. Each award will be made in two equal instalments paid in November and February.
You can receive a Lancaster Bursary for each year of study, providing that the assessed household income remains under the threshold of £30,000. You are not eligible to receive the Lancaster Bursary for any repeated years of study.
You can find examples of award entitlement on our award entitlement pages.
Our admissions team can help with questions about scholarships and bursaries as well as other general enquiries about applying to Lancaster University.