The University of Sheffield2014 League Table Ranking 26
2014 Overall Score 762
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Bursaries and Scholarships
- Your household income is less than £18,000: £1,400 per year.
- Your household income is between £18,001 and £42,000: £1,100 - £500 per year
- Your household income is less than £25,000 and you live in one of the most deprived areas, as defined by the government, you don’t have to pay fees in your first year (worth £9,000).
- Your household income is less than £25,000 and If you live in the second tier of deprived areas, we’ll pay £6,000 towards your fees in the first year
- Students from Care: £1,600 per year and you don’t have to pay fees in your first year (worth £9,000).
- Overseas Placement Year: £2,000
- Sport – any student representing their country (now open to international students) in one of Sport England's recognised sports will have the opportunity to apply for support under the Elite Sport Performance Scheme.
- City Scholars – if you live in the Sheffield city region, you could qualify for extra financial support for each year of your course depending on where you live and your grades.
- Global Scholars – high calibre students can apply to study at an overseas university's summer school. We'll pay for your air fare, as well as tuition and accommodation.
- Masters Scholars – high calibre students in the faculties of Arts and Humanities and Social Science can apply to this scheme for support towards their Masters fees
- Alumni Scholarships – each year the University offers a number of Alumni Scholarships created with generous donations from former students, staff, parents and friends of the University. Each award is worth up to £3,000 in total, spread over three years. If you’re eligible, we’ll let you know after you’ve registered.
- Nexen Phil Oldham Scholarships – two low income students studying in Mechanical Engineering will receive £3,000 per year cash support from Nexen, a global leader in the field of oil and gas.
- Lloyds Scholarship – the scheme offers talented students from low income families bursaries and performance-related awards, spread over three years, worth up to £10,000 to the most successful scholars, as well as the opportunity to undertake salaried work experience at Lloyds.
- Boeing Scholarships – if you have a particular interest in aerospace engineering, you may also be eligible to apply for one of 4 Boeing Undergraduate Scholarships. Each award is worth £3,000 in total.
- HSBC Scholarships – the University and HSBC is jointly funding five scholarships for high achieving state school students who are eligible for a grant from Student Finance. These scholarships will pay the entire tuition fees and a £1,000 cash bursary for each level of study during their undergraduate degree.
- Engineering Academic Achievement Scholarships – a number of departments within the faculty of Engineering are offering automatic cash awards based on prior achievement at A Level (or equivalent).
- A variety of Scholarships are available for talented musicians and singers ranging from £300 to £3,100 per year.
- For further information visit the website.
Tuition Fees 2013
The University of Sheffield Tuition Fees 2013
- Standard Tuition Fees (2013): £9,000; Science & Engineering Foundation Year: £6,000.
|Minimum fee||£6,000||Average fee||£8,985|
|Maximum fee||£9,000||Average cost to student*||£8,279|
* The estimated average cost per student after allowing for financial support (e.g. fee waivers and bursaries) from the institution.
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- The average tuition fees for full-time UK and other EU students beginning their undergraduate studies at English universities in 2013 will be £8,507.
- This reduces to £7,898 when all financial support is taken into account, including the National Scholarship Programme, bursaries, scholarships, and fee waivers and discounts.
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