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Bursary

Level 4 Bursary

The University Centre has a Bursary Scheme for new full-time Level 4 students, worth £500. This money is designed to support you with some of the financial cost of being a student. You may want to use the money to buy study materials, cover cost of travel or trips and external visits. You might also just want to treat yourself!

The 2020/21 Scheme is now open. You will be sent an email with a link to the online form to complete.

If you struggle to use the online form you may be given a form to complete that you can return in person.

The deadline to return your completed form is Friday 6th November.

To be eligible you must be a full-time student enrolled on:

  • Higher national certificate (HNC)
  • Higher national diploma (HND) Year 1
  • Foundation degree (FD) Year 1

Full information about the scheme is available here:

Level 4 UC Bursary Full Letter with Terms and Conditions

Please do not send any bank or personal details via email. You will be sent a link to complete an online form to opt-in to the Bursary.

Eligibility

Eligibility for this Bursary Scheme will be based on good attendance and progress in your studies. A check takes place at each point in the year to ensure that only students who have met the targets can receive the money.

Target 1: Attendance 90%

Target 2: Submission of all coursework by the deadline

So long as you meet the targets you will receive your first instalment of £150 in December, a second instalment of £150 in February, and the third and final instalment of £200 in July.

Get in Touch

For more information about the Bursary Scheme please get in touch with the HE Bursary Team via email  – HEBursary@calderdale.ac.uk

For a full list of the University Centre’s regulations and policies please click HERE.

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