Support for Students who joined in 2013

Brunel is offering over 700 Scholarships based on a whole range criteria – are you eligible?

Please see Terms and Conditions for Eligibility Criteria. Meeting the eligibility criteria does not equate to an entitlement to a scholarship.

Scholarships are available for full-time students only, with the exception of the National Scholarship Programme, where the tuition fee waiver element is also open to part-time students.

How to apply for a Brunel Scholarship?

Only Applicants with an offer can apply via the My Applications portal. You don’t need to say which scholarship you are applying for, you will be considered for all of them. If you are eligible for more than one, you will be awarded the scholarship with the highest monetary value.

Application deadline: 31 July 2013


Number available in 2013

Amount Worth
(per annum)

Brunel National Scholarship Programme (NSP) Bursary
£3,000 3-years full-time; 4-years part-time
Care Leaver (Federation Foyer) Bursary
Every care leaver registered on a Brunel undergraduate programme
£1,000 Up to 3-years, students on a sandwich programme will be entitled to a Placement Scholarship to cover the fee for their placement year
Academic Excellence Scholarship
Local Boroughs Scholarship
£6,000 3-years
Brunel Alumni Scholarship
Urban Scholarship
All those that meet the eligibility criteria
Mathematics Scholarship
10 £1,000
Placement Scholarship
All those that meet the eligibility criteria £1,000
1-year, placement year only
PGCE Access Scholarship
Nexen Scholarship
4-years, includes MEng year but not placement year
Engineering Academic Excellence Scholarships
All those that meet the eligibility criteria £2,000


For full eligibility criteria see the Scholarship Terms and Conditions

To check if you live in a low participation neighbourhood (eligibility doesn't apply to all Scholarships) enter your postcode into the box below: Postcode Eligibility Checker

Page last updated: Monday 09 December 2013