The Brunel National Scholarship Programme is worth £4,000 cash while the cash option isn’t available for EU or part time students. The tuition fee waiver for a period of 3 years is worth: £2000 at year 1, £1000 at year 2 and £1000 at year 3. The scholarship is offered for up to 344 scholarships. Priority will be awarded to applicants who have Brunel their firm choice in UCAS and who can be able to score the points’ highest number.
Bursaries are going to be allocated for applicants who have low income in addition to being from a low-participation neighborhood, care leaver, mature, disability including dyslexia, attended a participation of a Brunel widening partnership college or school, low-socio economic background or having parents with not higher education qualification. Applicants must be living in EU or England (excluding those residents in Northern Ireland, Wales, Scotland, Gibraltar, Overseas Territories, etc.). Part time and EU students can only receive a fee waiver and will not be able to get the scholarship in cash. Applicants must be able to receive from Student Finance England a tuition fee loan and have consented to the data sharing submitted to the Company of Student Loans (excluding part-time students).