Scholarships, Studentships & Bursaries
Scholarships, Studentships and Bursaries are funded by both the University and our individual academic schools. The International Education Centre also supports international students through a range of awards for international students.
£1,500 Computer Science Bursary for September 2017
A special £1,500 Computer Science Bursary for those who applied before the UCAS deadline to study on specific undergraduate courses in September 2017.
School of Computer Science Scholarship
£1,500 over three years.
Three of these Scholarships will be awarded, on the basis of academic performance. Applicants will need to apply by late November to sit an examination the following January. For more information please contact Amanda Smith - firstname.lastname@example.org
As you would expect from a university that places great emphasis on student support, Bangor is keen to offer extra help to students. Bursaries and scholarships worth over £3.7M are available for new and returning students in September 2017.
For new students in 2017, these include Merit Scholarships of up to £3,000 for those who excel in the annual Entrance Scholarships (The closing date is 15 January 2017 for 2017 entry).
Please choose from the menu for further information on what is available and your eligibility for the various awards on offer.
Welsh medium study
Coleg Cymraeg Cenedlaethol Scholarships are available to students who study through the medium of Welsh.
Other funding opportunities
Awards for International Students
|What’s on offer||Value||Eligible Countries|
|Merit Scholarship||Up to £12,000||All countries|
|Alumni/Existing Students/Family Discount||Up to £3,500||All countries|
|British Council GREAT Scholarship||Up to £6,000||India|
Other Sources of Funding
There are many government and non-government organisations that provide scholarship schemes enabling international students to source funding to study at a UK university. Students should contact the Ministry of Education or Education Department in their country, as they should have details of scholarship opportunities for students wishing to study overseas. They will also be able to advise the government’s conditions for studying abroad. Students should also contact the British Council office in the country of origin, which should have details of British scholarship schemes. If there is no British Council office in the country, then the nearest British Embassy or High Commission should be contacted.
Please see below for other scholarship and funding options in your country
|What’s on Offer||Eligible Countries|
|King Abdullah Scholarship Scheme||Saudi Arabia|
|Boleshak Scholarship Scheme||Kazakhstan|
|Commonwealth Scholarships||Commonwealth Countries|
Further help and information