Second year and beyond
If you are a home* student in your second year or beyond of undergraduate study at Nottingham, there are a number of Bursaries and Scholarships you may be eligible for.
These bursaries are guaranteed, which means if you meet the eligibility criteria you will definitely get the award.
These awards are generally payable in each of undergraduate study.
Please click on the relevant link below for more information:
James Key Scholarship
Students who previously did a foundation year in the Faculty of Engineering at this University can apply for the James Key Scholarship on progression to Year 1. For more information visit our Potential Scholarship webpage.
Edward & Margaret Leafe Scholarship
Students who previously did a foundation year in the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine or the School of Biosciences at this University can apply for the Edward & Margaret Leafe Scholarship on progression to Year 1. For more information visit our Potential Scholarship webpage.
Funded by generous donations, there are travel-related scholarships in this category, applied for using a single application form.
For more details about these awards, including criteria, and how to apply, please see our Aspire Scholarships page.
The Witty Entrepreneurial Scholarships
Sir Andrew Witty, Former Chancellor of the University of Nottingham, has generously established this major new scholarship programme for continuing and new undergraduate students in 2019. The Witty Entrepreneurial Scholarship for continuing students.
Final Year Awards
Hillsborough Memorial Trust Bursary
Trustees of the Hillsborough Disaster Appeal donated money to a number of Universities, including The University of Nottingham, in order for undergraduate bursaries to be awarded to students normally resident in the locality of the University. The University awards a small number of bursaries of around £500 from the fund to students experiencing financial difficulties whilst studying at Nottingham.
To be considered for a Hillsborough Trust Memorial Bursary students must:
• Have Home* funding status (see definition below)
• Be registered and attending the final year of a full time undergraduate course at The University of Nottingham in the UK in 2020/21.
• Have been resident in Nottinghamshire for at least 2 years immediately prior to the start of their undergraduate course.
• Have requested (if eligible) their full Student Loan entitlement for the current year.
• Have successfully applied to The Student Hardship Fund in the 2020/21.
For additional considerations and application process please click here.
* A 'home' student is one who meets certain UK residence criteria. These are the same criteria as apply to eligibility for home funding from Student Finance.