Clearing 2018: Extra financial help for students at UWL

Make the right call

To help students make an outstanding investment in the future by studying at UWL, the University offers a wide range of financial support. With Clearing now open, you can make the right call by accessing excellent advice and joining a course at the Career University.

A variety of scholarships and bursaries are available for students at UWL to help fund studies. At the heart of the University’s mission is widening access, so as many people as possible benefit from higher education.

Tracy McAuliffe, Head of Student Services at UWL, said: ‘Our scholarships and bursaries are open to any student who is eligible, to help assist them reach their full potential while studying here. Meanwhile, Student Services offer a number of different types of support to students including our Hardship fund.  

‘We aim to support and look after our students in any way we can, because we understand that the unexpected can happen at any time and students need to be confident of where to go for help when it’s needed.’

Find out more about financial support at UWL for students who meet eligibility criteria. 

Undergraduate students joining this September or in January 2019 can access UWL’s Full Time Undergraduate bursary. This consists of a £1,500 award payable over three academic years. 

The Path to Success scholarship is available for home and EU students on a four-year degree with a foundation year. It consists of £2,000 cash award paid over four academic years.

The UWL Aspire Bursary is worth £100 a year up to a total of £300 for full time students paying the £9,250 tuition fee.

Also available from UWL is the Top-Up Bursary, worth £2,000. All new Home/EU students who join in September 2017 onto Level 6 of a full-time undergraduate top-up degree. The scholarship consists of a £3,000 award payable in three £1,000 instalments.

In addition to scholarships and bursaries, home students may also be eligible for a Maintenance Loan from Student Loans Company to cover the costs of study. Expert advice is also available about managing a personal budget. Student Services also host two part-time job fairs a year, featuring work opportunities. Meanwhile, students can join the Talent Bank at UWL to get part-time work.

So why not make the right call this summer and apply to UWL through Clearing on our free hotline: 0800 036 8888.

Lines are open: Thursday 16 and Friday 17 August: 7am - 8pm. You can contact us on the following weekends: Saturday 18 and Sunday 19 August: 9am - 5pm Saturday 25 - Bank Holiday Monday 27 August: 9am - 5pm