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Undergraduate scholarships

In 2019 Brunel will be offering over 400 scholarships to Home, EU and International students.

Our scholarships are based on a whole range of criteria - are you eligible?

Our 2019/20 undergraduate scholarship and bursary package is outlined below. Meeting the eligibility criteria does not equate to an entitlement to a scholarship. 

How to apply for a Scholarship or Bursary at Brunel?

Our bursaries do not require an application. In the summer we will assess your grades and other eligibility criteria, such as household income and automatically award a bursary if found eligible, please see individual terms and conditions for full details.

Please note you must consent to the sharing of household data submitted to the Student Loans Company (SLC) in order for Brunel to access your data and assess your eligibility for a bursary. Please note Clearing applicants must ensure that they inform the SLC at the earliest opportunity that they are attending Brunel. This will then ensure that the SLC can provide relevant evidence that the applicant meets any relevant conditions before bursaries are awarded in the summer. Failure to do this will result in the applicant not being considered for a bursary.

Scholarships require an application, full details can be found below.

If you are eligible for more than one scholarship or bursary, you will be awarded the scholarship with the highest monetary value.

ScholarshipNumber available in 2019Value (per year)DurationApplication process 

Undergraduate Academic Excellence Scholarship

30 (10 per College).

£6,000 cash award or fee waiver

3-years, subject to meeting progression criteria 

This scholarship is now closed for applications.

The deadline for applications was 11.59 pm 27th February 2019.

Successful applicants will be contacted in April 2019. 

Brunel University London Bursary (BULB)

Up to 208 bursaries.

£1,000 cash award in year 1, £2,000 cash award in year 2, £3,000 cash award in year 3. 

3-years, subject to meeting progression criteria. 

No application is required, Brunel will automatically assess your eligibility in the summer.

Care Leaver Bursary 

Every care leaver registered on a Brunel undergraduate programme

£1,000 cash award

Up to 4-years.

No application is required, Brunel will automatically assess your eligibility in the summer.

Urban Scholarship

All those that meet the eligibility criteria and have been part of the Urban Scholars programme for over 2 years.

£3,000 cash award


Apply now by email,  providing your full name, date of birth, Student ID number, when you attended the Programme and which School/College you attended.

The deadline for applications is 1st September 2019.

Brunel Sanctuary Scholarship


A full tuition fee
waiver plus guaranteed and paid for on campus accommodation per year, in a standard room.

Payable in each eligible level of study, up to 5 years of a sandwich course, including a Foundation year. 

This scholarship is now closed for applications.

The deadline for applications was midnight 31st March 2019.

Successful applicants will be contacted shortly. 

College of Engineering, Design & Physical Sciences (CEDPS) Academic Excellence Scholarship

All those that meet the eligibility criteria.

£2,000 cash award

3 -years, subject to meeting progression criteria.


No application is required, Brunel will automatically assess your eligibility in the summer.

Unpaid Placement Bursary Terms and Conditions (courses commencing 2019/20)

 Up to 50 awards

£3,000 cash award for the Placement year only.

For the placement year only.

No application is required, Brunel will automatically assess your eligibility in the summer.

Students awarded the Care Leaver Bursary will automatically receive an Unpaid Placement Bursary.

Dean's International Scholarship for Occupational Therapy & Physiotherapy (Physical Therapy)






80 Scholarships are available, 20 per course for the following courses:


£2,000 fee waiver, per year.









Per year, a maximum of 3 years for Undergraduate courses and and a maximum of 2 years for the Postgraduate courses.






To be considered you must hold an offer of a place on one of the stated courses and submit an application by midnight on 16 June 2019. For full details please refer to the terms and conditions.




Other sources of funding or discounts

Brunel Family Discount

Applicants beginning their studies in the 2019-20 academic year or beyond, who have a direct family (spouse, parent, child or sibling) connection to a current or past student at Brunel are eligible to receive a discount of 10% off the tuition fees for every year of the course. The Terms and Conditions are being reviewed and will be updated shortly. 

The Grace Foods – Reach Society Scholarship Prize at Brunel University London

In order to address an underrepresentation of black male students of Caribbean descent at the University, Brunel offers the Grace Foods and Reach Society Scholarship in partnership with Grace Foods and the Reach Society. This prize offers full fees for three years to one qualifying first-year undergraduate Brunel student, studying a Business-related or STEM subject. Please contact Dr Dwain Neil of the Reach Society for an application form at leriko@blueyonder.co.uk. The deadline for receipt of completed applications is 31 August 2019.

Sports Scholarship Programme

We have a history of supporting talented sportsmen and sportswomen that dates back to the 1960s. The Sports Scholarship Programme is more than just financial assistance; it is designed to the particular needs of athletes with outstanding sporting ability in higher education. For further details please visit our Sports scholarships page.

Music Awards

We offer a number of Music Awards each year. Awards enable you to continue your musical development whilst you are at University by covering all or part of the cost of individual professional vocal or instrumental tuition during your time at Brunel. Music award holders will receive up to ten hours of individual music tuition covered per year. For further information, visit the Music awards page.

Prompt payment discount

All students who are responsible for paying their own course fees in full, and who pay the full amount of fees due at or before their scheduled date of registration, may receive a prompt payment discount of 2% on the net course fee i.e after the application of any other discounts to which they may be entitled. Further details can be found in the Student Financial Policy.

Updated on 12 April 2019