Undergraduate Funding Opportunities
The University's Financial Support team (part of Student Services) offers extensive information and advice on all aspects of student finance to current and prospective students eg funding, bursaries and scholarships.
The University of Nottingham offers one of the most generous Bursary schemes in the UK.
The School of Biosciences welcomes well qualified international students and has a long tradition of accepting students from all over the world.
Details of scholarships and other funding available to International Students can be found on the University’s International Office pages
Felix Thornley Cobbold Agricultural Trust
The Felix Thornley Cobbold Scholarship
A grant of £1,000 for living expenses and £2,000 towards tuition costs in each of three consecutive years is available to a student in Suffolk or the adjoining counties of Essex, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk, to study for a BSc Hons in:
- Agricultural and Crop Science
- Agricultural and Livestock Science
- Integrated Agricultural Business Management
beginning in September 2016.
Candidates will be selected on the basis of need and potential to achieve a 2:1 degree or better. The assessment will be made from the candidate’s UCAS application, particularly the candidate’s personal statement and reference, but informal enquiries can be made by contacting Admissions Tutor: Keely.Harris-Adams@nottingham.ac.uk.
AgriFood Charities Partnership
The AgriFood Charities Partnership website gives access to a number of charities that support study on agricultural undergraduate degree programmes. You can Search for Funding (select undergraduate degree) for your area of interest (for example, agribusiness, arable crops, beef and sheep, dairying, environment). A brief overview is given of the objectives and conditions for each award, together with contact details and information on what to do next. If you want to discuss your suitability for any of these awards, please contact Admissions Tutor: