Gold Scholarship Programme

Location

South West

Type of opportunity

University scholarship

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About this opportunity

Up to 50 students a year will be given the opportunity to take part in this exciting scholarship programme.

Alongside financial support, the Gold Scholarship Programme provides a range of activities to help you make the most of your Bath experience and develop your career aspirations, including:

  • 50 hours of volunteering, fundraising or outreach a year
  • optional mentoring
  • personal development, networking and skills training sessions[4]
  • support with placements and internships
  • pastoral support networks

*Scholars are required to take part in a number of sessions across the academic year, some of which will take place on evenings and at weekends.

Level of Study

  • Undergraduate

Eligibility

Refugee status, Humanitarian protection, Temporary refugee permission, Limited or Discretionary Leave to Remain (private/family life), Indefinite Leave to Remain, Ukraine schemes, Other forms of sanctuary (including Calais Leave, Section 67 Leave, UASC leave and Stateless Leave)

Additional notes about eligibility criteria

Eligible UK students are those assessed as eligible for tuition fee and maintenance loans, as determined by Student Finance England, or other relevant UK student loans awarding agency, and have a Home fees status as determined by the University. When applying for the maintenance loan, you should request for it to be based on your household income, and for permission to be given by the person whose income is being assessed.

You need to request a household income assessment to be completed by your student loans awarding agency, even if you are not planning on taking out a maintenance loan. Find out more about applying for household income assessments.

These awards are discretionary, so even if you meet the criteria you are not guaranteed one. Some awards may be linked to specific faculties, departments or courses of study.

What is included in this opportunity?

  • Partial bursary (study costs and partial living costs)

Types of study available

  • Full-time

Additional details about application process

  • All offer-holders for 2024 entry will receive information about our funding schemes within their offer letters
  • May onwards: Firm and insurance offer-holders for 2024 entry will be emailed information on how to apply
  • 2nd September 2024: Applications close for the Gold Scholarship Programme
  • Mid-September: Notification of Gold Scholarship award outcomes will be emailed

New first-year undergraduates who are due to start studies in 2024 will be invited to apply for the Gold Scholarship Programme through the University of Bath Application Tracker. You will be required to answer 3 supporting questions, all with a word count of 250 words. You will be invited, by email, to do this from mid-May 2024, if you have made us your Firm or Insurance choice via UCAS.

Make sure you have given permission for your/your family’s household income assessment to be shared with the University by your student loans awarding agency. Without this, we are unable to assess your eligibility for our funding awards.

Number of places available

50

Is this opportunity available for individuals outside of the UK?

No

For further questions contact the scholarship provider