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Finance support applications for 2019/20 are now open.
We offer a range of bursaries and scholarships to support eligible students applying for undergraduate courses.
You can apply for more than one bursary award, but only one bursary will be awarded (usually the highest value for which you're eligible). Unlike a Student Loan, bursaries do not have to be repaid.
Bursaries don't affect eligibility for state support, such as maintenance grants and loans for tuition fees and living costs. So, it’s a good idea to see if you are eligible for any of the following bursaries we offer.
If you're starting your studies with us in September 2019, you'll be able to download the relevant forms for each bursary from the 1 April 2019.
Low Household Income Support Bursary
A £1000 bursary, per year, for the duration of the programme is available for students coming from a household with an income of less than £21,000 per annum.
Care-leavers and Independent Students Bursary
This bursary offers £1,000 to support study for the duration of the programme and is available to full time students who have been in the care of a local authority for a period of 13 weeks or more.
Full-time Carer Bursary
This bursary offers £1,000 to support study for the duration of the programme and is available to full time students who have full-time carer responsibilities.
Local Outreach Bursary
Available to students from households with an income of less than £21,000 per year living in specific local areas or who may be applying from local schools. Full details of the areas and schools can be found here. This bursary offers £1500 cash per year for the duration of the programme.
Hartpury Local Bursary
Available to full time students whose home address is within Gloucestershire, South Herefordshire and South Worcestershire, & North Wiltshire. This bursary offers £500 cash per year of study to support living costs.
Skills Development Bursary
Students progressing from Hartpury courses Bursary
Available to all:
This bursary offers £500 cash per year for the duration of the programme.
Joe Henson MBE Bursary
Open to students who reside in the three counties of Gloucestershire, Herefordshire and Worcestershire, studying agriculture or related subjects. The Joe Henson Bursary supports up to a maximum of three years of study, with £1,000 per annum provided each year to two students.
John Oldacre Bursary
The John Oldacre bursary is for students progressing from a Hartpury College Agriculture-based course onto a Hartpury University Agriculture degree programme.
The bursary is to assist students who may experience difficulty in progressing to a degree programme, not necessarily financial, although the level of household income will be taken into consideration when assessing applications.
The bursary will offer up to £3000.00 for each academic year of the programme. Applicants will be required to complete an application form and a personal statement detailing their reasons for applying and how an award would assist their studies.
Aimed to support ongoing study by offering financial support towards living costs. Available to students studying any Higher Education course. The grant is not repayable and offers up to £2,000 support.
Veterinary Nursing Hardship Grant
Aimed to support ongoing study by offering financial support towards living costs. Available to students studying either an FdSc or BSc (Hons) Veterinary Science course. To be eligible for this Grant, you must have a reduced maintenance loan and/or be studying on an unpaid placement for 60 weeks or more.
Aimed to fill a void where there is a delay in the SLC fund release. You must evidence hardship and that you have applied for, or are in receipt of a loan (ongoing/future learning). Available to students studying any Higher Education course.
Additional funding for postgraduate studies
Postgrad Solutions offer 15 bursaries across a number of subject areas. Visit their website to find out more.
Applications for 2019 September entry will open on the 1 April 2019.
Please complete the application form for your bursary and return by post to: Bursary Applications, Admissions Department, Hartpury University and Hartpury College, Gloucestershire, GL19 3BE. We recommend that applications are sent via recorded delivery post. Application forms can be found next to the relevant bursary, above.
You'll be considered for a bursary once you have chosen Hartpury as your 'Firm' UCAS choice.