Undergraduate study

Undergraduate

Bursaries and scholarships

We are committed to attracting the brightest and best students regardless of background and have a generous package of bursaries and scholarships available.

The table outlines the support for new undergraduates starting at Loughborough in 2017-18.

Loughborough University financial support 2017-18

SupportWhat is it?Who's it for?How much?

Loughborough Scholarship Programme 

(2018-19)

Cash bursaries and tuition fee waivers depending upon your household income. Additional support is available for those taking a foundation year or extended undergraduate Masters degree.

Please note: this is not available to students from Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man

UK/EU students

Up to £5,400 over three years

Mature Student Scholarship

(2018-19)

Cash bursaries and tuition fee waivers for eligible mature students depending upon your household income.

Please note: this is not available to students from Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man

UK/EU students

Up to £7,500 over three years

Development Trust Scholarships

Cash bursaries funded through donations from alumni and friends of the University for UK students from areas of low HE participation.

UK/EU and International students

£9,000 over three years

Sports Scholarships

To help talented student athletes competing to at least junior international level, succeed in both sporting and academic development. Support varies by sport and performance level.

UK/EU and International students

Between £500 and £3,500 per year

Music Scholarship and Tuition

Subsidised music lessons for students who show musical ability. Scholarship offered to exceptional musicians.

UK/EU and International students

£55 for 20 lessons £500 scholarship

Care Leaver’s Bursary

Additional cash bursary (£1,500) and tuition fee waiver (£3,000) for those students who are care leavers.

Please note: this is not available to students from Wales, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man

UK/EU students

£4,500 support per year

International Scholarships

Self-funded international students are automatically considered for a scholarship worth 25% of the programme tuition fees.

International students

25% off tuition fees in first year

 

In addition, the University has a Hardship Fund which provides a small number of awards to current students who are experiencing severe financial hardship. Please see Student Services webpages for more information.