At Queen Mary, we are determined to continue our strong tradition of widening access to university. [...] we are keen to reduce the burden of overall debt for graduates by providing as comprehensive and extensive a level of support as possible.
Professor Simon Gaskell, Principal
The QMUL Bursary is worth:
£1,571 each year for students whose household income is less than £25,000
£1,256 each year for students with a household income between £25,001 and £42,600
Applying for the QMUL Bursary
You do not need to make a separate application for the QMUL Bursary. To receive a QMUL bursary you must have applied to your regional student funding authority for income assessed UK government financial support for higher education students. You do not need to take out a loan in order to be income assessed, when completing the application for funding please enter ‘£0’ if you do not wish to take out a loan.
When you do so, you will be asked to give your consent to your information being shared with the university you will join. If your sponsors/parents are submitting financial details about themselves as part of your application, they will also be asked to give their consent. It is important that this consent is given so that we can view these details to decide whether your assessed household income means you qualify for a QMUL Bursary.
If you are applying for student support for the first time you also need to ensure that regional student funding authority has verified your information, finalised your financial assessment and confirmed this to you and the Student Loans Company before we can assess you for a bursary. If your student finance assessment is still provisional please contact Student Finance England to enquire why.
The final date that we will assess you for a bursary is 31 July 2018 for the 2017-18 academic year and it is your responsibility to ensure that we receive all the relevant information from Student Finance England by this date.
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