Grants and bursaries

Non-repayable grants and bursaries

You may be eligible to apply for non-repayable grants from the government or the National Scholarship Programme at St George's, depending on your household income.

Non-repayable grants and bursaries are available for students from England. Students who normally live in Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland will receive financial support for university from the Scottish Government, the Welsh Assembly Government or the Northern Ireland Executive (as appropriate).

Government grants

  • Available to help with living costs such as food, accommodation and travel
  • If your household income is up to £25,000 you will be entitled to a full grant, of £3,250, which you won’t have to pay back.
  • If your household income is between £25,000 and £42,600 you would be entitled to a grant of between £50 and £3,250 which you won’t have to pay back.

Look at the table on the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills website to find the kind of support on offer to students living away from home, based on household income.

Disabled students, carers and parents

If you are disabled, caring for someone or have children, you may be eligible for additional funding. Visit the Direct Gov website for further information.

 

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