The University of Teesside offers a range of generous scholarships to new undergraduate students. All scholarships are subject to change, but currently, the university provides support to all new full-time undergraduate students in the form of an iPad with appropriate software, a compatible keyboard and £100 credit per academic year up to maximum £300 for the purchase of learning resources.
As well as this, students can apply for additional support if they meet the criteria published for the bursaries available. The range of bursaries and scholarships on offer for Teesside students includes support for care leavers, local students, high level sports players, asylum seekers and those studying certain courses.
At Teesside University, payments are made in the January after the award has been allocated. If the award covers subsequent academic years, these payments will be made at the start of the new academic year.
Scholarships and bursaries are all subject to terms and conditions. They are non-repayable and are awarded in addition to any support from the government in the form of tuition loans or maintenance loans. Students may be eligible for multiple scholarships.
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