Bursaries, scholarships and extra loans

We offer a range of financial support packages to eligible students applying for undergraduate courses. You can find out more about what we offer using the drop-down menus and ‘terms and conditions’ link below.

Financial package terms explained

  • Bursary: a monetary award that does not need to be repaid
  • Grant: a monetary award that does not need to be repaid
  • Scholarship: an award or financial aid for a student.  Scholarships are awarded based upon various criteria.  This does not need to be repaid
  • Loan: a monetary loan designed to help students pay for higher education and associated fees.  A loan does need to be repaid.

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).

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.

Following completion of the application form please follow the next steps:

  1. Email the completed form to studentfinance@hartpury.ac.uk
  2. Send the original in the post to Student Finance, Hartpury University and Hartpury College, Gloucester, GL19 3BE

Undergraduate grants and loans (UK/EU)

Undergraduate Bursaries (UK/EU)

Undergraduate Scholarships (UK/EU)

Postgraduate funding

Registering or applying for a Hartpury Bursary

Applications for September 2020 entry will open on the 1 April 2020

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.

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