Please see below for some of the financial support provided for current students by Bangor University.
Information and guidance on all aspects of student funding including tuition fees, loans, grants and budgeting support can be found on our Money Advice pages.
Current Student Bursaries
Find out more about the bursaries that may have been eligible for you as a current student by clicking on the links below.
Digital Hardship Fund
Because of the current need for online learning, we have set up a digital hardship fund to support students who experience barriers in accessing online delivery. Students with a household income below £40,000 who can demonstrate need are able to apply for a digital hardship award of up to £500 payable after registration at the University.
Further details are available here.
Fee and Access Plan
Our Fees and Access Plan outlines how we demonstrate our commitment to our students through the development of our objectives.
Interested in finding out more about our Postgraduate courses?
If you would like to continue your higher-education journey with us, take a look at the Postgraduate courses available.
Postgraduate Fees and Finances
When deciding to study a postgraduate degree at Bangor University, it’s important to know about the living and studying costs. Learn about tuition fees, living costs, and funding options available.
Postgraduate Bursaries and Scholarships
As you would expect from a university that places great emphasis on student support, Bangor is keen to offer extra help to students. Take a look at the bursaries and scholarships that are available for new and returning students.