Undergraduate Funding

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.

School awards

School Excellence Scholarships 2019

Rewarding Academic Achievement – students who start an undergraduate degree course (BA, BSc, BMus, LLB) in one of the Academic Schools below in September 2019 will be eligible for an MA Scholarship.

  • Bangor Business School,
  • School of History, Philosophy & Social Sciences
  • School of Languages, Literatures & Linguistics
  • Bangor Law School
  • School of Music & Media
  • School of Welsh and Celtic Studies

These scholarships will be available to UK and EU students who:

  • have graduated from an undergraduate programme in one of these Schools
  • achieved a 1st class degree
  • go on to successfully apply and subsequently register for full-time study on a one-year taught Masters (MA, MMus, MSc, & LLM) course based in one of the Schools above.

Students who graduate with a 1st class degree will automatically receive a 50% tuition fee waiver for the Masters course.

For more information please contact:

Aimee Pritchard Robinson
Email: cahb@bangor.ac.uk
Tel: 01248 388418

Auditions and performance scholarships

Successful applicants to the School of Music are invited to attend a UCAS Open Day, during which they have the opportunity to audition for a Performance Scholarship worth £400. A number of these are awarded as an incentive for performers who demonstrate special promise. However, whether or not you receive a scholarship has no effect on our offer of a place on the Music course.

Scholarships are paid in the form of a remission on your first-year tuition fees, and are awarded on the condition that you register for the first-year module in Solo Performance (WXP1016 or WXC1016).

Applicants are invited to perform a musical excerpt of 3–5 minutes’ duration, which they feel is most appropriate to showcase their ability. Please note that applicants wishing to take modules in performance are usually expected to have achieved ABRSM Grade 8 (or equivalent) on their main instrument or voice. Some keyboard proficiency (such as Grade 5 or above in piano) is also desirable.

Please provide a copy of your music for the examiners, and another copy for the accompanist if you require piano accompaniment. Please let us know in advance if you will require any additional equipment, such as an amplifier or a CD player for a backing track.

University awards

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 £3.4M are available for new and returning students.

Merit scholarships

For new students in 2019, these include Merit Scholarships of up to £3,000 for those who excel in the annual Entrance Scholarships (The closing date is 15 January 2019 for 2019 entry).

Bangor Bursaries

The bursaries offered include Bangor bursaries of up to £1,000 a year for those from lower income families and £1,000 for students from care.

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

The University also offers a range of sports scholarships and bursaries and bursaries which support Welsh medium study.

International

Awards for International Students

Undergraduate Scholarships

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
Fulbright Commission USA
Commonwealth Scholarships Commonwealth Countries
The British Council Searchable Database Various Countries
UKCISA Various Countries
ACU Various Countries
Various Scholarships USA
ExpressVPN USA
The North America Wales Foundation USA
Rotary International USA
Optimist Club Scholarships USA

External Funding

Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust Undergraduate Bursaries

Further information