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Quick Guides to Undergraduate Tuition Fees

Bursaries and Scholarships

  • There are a number of bursaries and awards to help students attend university who might not otherwise do so. Please refer to the university website for details.
  • York bursaries are available for students with a household income below £35,000. There are bursaries for students under 25 who have been in care or come through the Foyer Federation. Students on the foundation year of an extended degree can qualify for a bursary of £3,000–£5,600 (depending on residual household income).
  • The York Futures Scholarship: £1,050 per year (maximum two years) for students who have completed the York Award (application required). This is funded by alumni to help remove some of the financial barriers students might face in getting a head start in the job market.
  • York Opportunity Awards: for talented students who have overcome significant barriers to their educational goals.
  • Holbeck Scholarships: £1,250 in year one, open to pupils from schools and colleges in the Yorkshire and Humber region who have successfully applied to university in the face of challenging circumstances.