Newcastle University offers a wide range of scholarship awards and bursaries each year to help cover some of the costs of university study. These are available to eligible students after the satisfaction of different means-tested and merit-based criteria, with specific requirements noted on the university’s website.
Financial awards are granted based on academic excellence, personal or financial circumstances, and are redeemable in a number of ways, from cash awards to tuition fee discount and equipment provision.
Some of the scholarships that students can apply for in the academic year 2022/2023 include:
The fees to study at Newcastle University depend on students’ residency status. UK undergraduate students will pay a standard fee of £9,250 per academic year for their tuition, while for International and EU students fees will vary depending on the specific course.
UK students can apply for a loan to cover the cost of these fees, which is only repayable once the student has reached a minimum salary threshold when they are in employment. Further means-tested loans are also available to cover living costs. Support for international and EU students will vary.
The university’s support services can advise on financial matters related to university study, including helping students access any relevant financial aid that they may be entitled to apply for.
Students can find out more about course fees on the university’s website.