This page aims to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the Regent’s University London bursaries.
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Full fee waiver for the entire length of the degree programme.
Unless there is an essential study aboard element to your degree programme, or you are a Regent’s American College London bursary recipient, the University will not fund any additional costs associated with studying at Regent’s.
Depending on the course, as part of the bursary awards package, bursary recipients will also receive a contribution of up to £3,000 towards the cost of a period of study abroad if it is a compulsory element to their degree programme.
No. We only have a limited number of bursaries each year and meeting the criteria does not guarantee entitlement.
You must be able to demonstrate academic achievement of: 3 grade B’s at A level or an equivalent from a UK recognised institution.
Our bursary application process is currently open until 31st May. Click here for information on how to apply.
What is the deadline & selection Process
No, you can only submit your bursary application form once you have received a conditional or unconditional offer from Regent’s University London.
No, the bursary is only available for new students. The only exceptions are for those studying for an Integrated Foundation degree. If you are studying for an integrated degree programme, you can only apply for a bursary once you have started at Regent’s for the Undergraduate part of your degree. Please note, you will need to demonstrate an average mark of 60% in your foundation year and there is no guarantee that will you be allocated a bursary.
No, the bursary is only for students studying for their first degree.
Yes all undergraduate courses apart from integrated foundation programmes.
We will endeavour to notify all bursary applicants about the outcome of their application. However if you have not heard from the Bursary Panel by the start of the autumn term then your bursary application has not have been successful.
Only in exceptional circumstances will we allow students to change course and still receive a bursary.
You will not be able to defer your bursary. Should you wish to defer you offer, you will need to apply again for the bursary the following year.
Only in exceptional circumstances will funding be continued if you have to retake a year/term or need to defer.
No, bursaries are only available for courses starting in September.
No, Applicants can only apply for a bursary before the start of their undergraduate degree programme. If you are a current student experiencing financial difficulties, please visit the Finance department to discuss matters related to your tuition fee, or Student Services if your matter concerns living costs.
If you have completed a degree elsewhere, you will not be eligible to apply. If you have started a degree course elsewhere but did not complete your studies, then details will need to be provided on your bursary application form.
You can only apply for a bursary if you have been normally domiciled in the United Kingdom for the last three years and are living in the Greater London area. For information about other funding provided by the University, please visit Scholarships Bursaries and Funding.
Yes, however you will be expected to arrange a visit before a final offer can be made to receive a bursary. You can register for an open day here. At our open days you can find out more about the bursary scheme, you will be able to look around our campus, talk to current students and academics, and learn more about our wide range of undergraduate programmes.
Until you have found out the decision on your bursary application, you will not be required to pay a registration deposit. Should you be awarded a bursary, then the registration fee will be waived. However, if your bursary application is unsuccessful and you still wish to attend the University, then you will be required to pay the registration deposit.