£1,500 Chemistry Bursary for September 2019
Our undergraduate students are very much at the heart of what Chemistry is all about, and we are keen to continue to grow in size and help more graduates go on to fulfilling and exciting engineering careers. As part of this growth, we’re offering a special £1,500 Chemistry Bursary for those who applied before the UCAS deadline to study on one of our undergraduate course in September 2019.
Full terms and conditions for the £1,500 Chemistry for 2019 entry are set out below:
To be eligible for the £1,500 Chemistry Bursary, you must
- Be a new, first year UK/EU student applying for an eligible* full-time undergraduate course within Chemistry for September 2019.
- Have applied for a course within Chemistry by the UCAS deadline of January 15, 2019.
- Have chosen a course within Chemistry at Bangor as your ‘Firm’ choice through UCAS by June 8, 2019 at the latest.
- Be accepted onto a course within Chemistry for September 2019.
To receive the £1,500 Chemistry Bursary for 2019, you must
- Meet all of the above criteria.
- Register on a full-time undergraduate course within Chemistry for September 2019, and
- Continue with your studies on a full-time undergraduate course within Chemistry during the 2019/20 academic year.
- You do not have to apply for the Bursary – you will receive it automatically provided you meet the above criteria.
- The £1,500 Chemistry Bursary is payable in the first year only.
- Students awarded the £1,500 Chemistry Bursary are still eligible to receive any other relevant bursary payments, such as the means-tested Bangor bursary.
- The payment date for the Chemistry Bursary will be March 1, 2020; the bursary will be paid in one instalment.
- You must still be registered on and studying a full-time undergraduate course within Chemistry to receive the bursary payment. Students who have discontinued their studies or changed to another course will not receive the bursary payment.
- Those who choose to defer entry till September 2020 will NOT be eligible to receive the £1,500 Chemistry Bursary for 2019 entry.