Funding undergraduate study

If you visited the University of Bristol Undergraduate Open Day in June, you can find the Funding Presentation for 2019/20 Prospective Undergraduates here.

Funding advice

The Student Funding Office provides guidance on the financial help you can expect from bursaries, scholarships and UK Government loans. If you've previously studied in Higher Education, contact us to discuss how this will affect your funding.

The costs you are likely to have while at university are accommodation costs, general living costs and tuition fees. Read our advice on managing your finances while you study.

Funding for UK/Home students

UK students can access funding from the Government: a tuition fee loan and a maintenance loan to help cover living costs. More specialised funding can be available, such as the Childcare Grant, Disabled Students' Allowances and NHS funding.

The University of Bristol offers a range of funding for UK students:

Funding for EU students

EU students can apply for tuition fee loans from the UK Government and may find funding from University scholarships.

Current EU students who have been assessed as eligible to receive loans and/or grants from the SLC, will continue to receive these loans and grants until they finish their course. This also applies to EU nationals who intend to begin studying from the autumn of 2018.

See the Student Loans Company website for details.

Funding for International students

Visit our International Scholarships page to search for scholarships which may help you fund your studies. Ensure you meet the eligibility criteria before making an application for a scholarship.

You can also use our funding search to look for scholarships and awards.

Please note you must have enough funding in place for your living costs and your tuition fees before you arrive at university.

Channel Islands (CI) and Isle of Man (IoM) students

To find out more about the living cost and tuition fee support you may be eligible to receive from your island government, please visit their website: