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Bangor Bursaries

For those students from the UK (excluding Wales - please see information about Money Support) and the EU, the Bangor Bursary means you could receive up to £3,000 in extra financial help over the duration of a three-year course.

Your eligibility...

Bangor Bursaries are available on top of any loans and other University bursaries you may be eligible for. Your eligibility for a Bangor Bursary depends on:

  • your taxable household income
  • you must be studying on a full-time undergraduate course with a tuition fee of £9,000 payable to Bangor University (please note, students in receipt of other bursary payments e.g. NHS will not be eligible for the Bangor Bursary scheme)
  • depending on taxable household income some PGCE students may be eligible to a Bangor Bursaries. This will apply to PGCE students who are NOT eligible for ITT Training indicatives.

Taxable Household Income

Bangor Bursary Award

£25,000 or less

£1,000

£25,001 - £40,000

£500

How will the bursary be assessed?

  • There is NO application process
  • Your eligibility for a Bangor Bursary will be determined on your taxable household income and your ongoing engagement with your studies.
  • Please ensure that you have provided your student finance organisation with details of your taxable household income – parents or partner taxable income.
  • Award letters are sent out by post in late February.
  • The Bangor and Welsh Medium Bursary are paid into a student bank account on our behalf by the Student Loan Company from the 1 March each academic year.
  • Your eligibility for a Bangor Bursary is assessed each academic year.

For further information on bursary assessment procedures contact the Money Advice Unit moneysupport@bangor.ac.uk.