The University of Liverpool is committed to widening participation and breaking down the barriers keeping students from higher education. To this end, they offer a number of scholarships and bursaries to assist students, including:
All UK students on a low income will be supported through a bursary, provided either as cash or a fee waiver. Students with a household income of less than £25,000 will receive £2,000 per year of study, whereas those with a household income of between £25,001 and £35,000 will receive £750 per year.
Divock Origi Scholarship
The university has partnered with Liverpool FC footballer Divock Origi to offer a full scholarship to a student who permanently lives in Liverpool. The scholarship will cover the student’s tuition fees of £9,250 per year plus a £3,000 payment per year to help with living costs.
Care Leavers’ Opportunity Bursary
A bursary worth £3,000 per year (paid either in cash or taken as a fee waiver) is offered to students who have spent at least 13 weeks in the care of their Local Authority.
RIBA Part 1 and 2 Bursaries
A bursary of £6,000 is on offer to Architecture students who can demonstrate a high level of talent and commitment. It will be paid to recipients in termly instalments of £1,000 throughout their second and third years of study.
Asylum Seekers Bursary
A number of scholarships are available to students who have sought asylum in the UK and are applying for undergraduate degrees (excluding Medicine, Veterinary Science, Dentistry, and Health Sciences). These scholarships will cover tuition fees each year and will also provide £3,000 per year to support living costs.
There are many more scholarships and bursaries available. Full details for these can be found on the university’s website.
Fees for Home students on undergraduate degree courses are £9,250.
For courses with an integrated year in industry, the fee for the year spent in industry is £1,850 for the year.
For courses with an integrated year studying abroad, the fee for the year abroad is £1,385.
Fees for international students vary from course to course but range from £18,500 to £37,100 per year.
Some courses, especially those which include compulsory fieldwork, may incur additional costs on top of the course fees.
For students who are struggling with the costs of university, the university provides a hardship fund. This can be accessed via the Money Advice and Guidance team.
Full details on all course fees and how students can access funding can be found on the university’s website.
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