Local Low Income Bursary
A £1,500 bursary, per year of study, to support living costs available to students from households with an income of less than £21,000 per year living in specific local areas/who may be applying from local schools.
Care-leavers and Independent Students Bursary
This bursary offers £1,500 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 or are able to provide evidence of estrangement/financial independence under the age of 25.
Low Income Bursary
A bursary of £1,000 per year of study for students coming from a househould with an income of less than £21,000 per annum.
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.
Hartpury Local Bursary
Available to full-time students whose home address is within Gloucestershire, South Herefordshire, South Worcestershire and North Wiltshire. This bursary offers £500 cash per year of study to support living costs.
This bursary offers £500 cash per year for the duration of the programme. This bursary is available to:
- Further education students progressing directly from a Hartpury College further education course on to degree study at Hartpury
- Access to HE Diploma students progressing directly from a Hartpury College Access programme on to degree study at Hartpury
- For internal and external applicants enrolling onto a degree top up programme who have achieved a pass of 60% or equivalent in their qualifying award (cash payment)
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.
Read the bursary information pack and application form.
John Oldacre Bursary
This bursary is open to 2019/20 students progressing from a Hartpury Agriculture based further education course onto a Hartpury University Agriculture degree programme. The John Oldacre Bursary offers up to £3,000 for each academic year of the programme.
Read the bursary terms and conditions and download an application form.
Martin Baber Award
The Martin Baber Award is an international work experience bursary, available to support currently enrolled Hartpury students who wish to study or work abroad within the Agricultural sector.
The purpose of the bursary is to enhance students’ knowledge and understanding, practical application and transferable skills in a global agricultural context.
The bursary supports students with travel and visa costs plus funds to cover an initial period once they have arrived at their destination. It can be used to help with:
- Books and equipment
- Other related expenditure
The maximum amount of an award available to a student is £1,500.
Full terms and conditions are available here.