You can be eligible for the Faculty of Engineering and Science Bursary if you didn’t receive a National Scholarship. The bursary is a support of £2,000 University of Chester Bursary. The Bursary will be paid in installments were in year 1 it will be presented as 800 cash and £200 'in-kind' benefit) and for years 2 and 3 there will be £500 cash= If a student have studied before at one of the partner schools of colleges to the university, he/she could be eligible for a Chester Link Bursary. You can also be eligible for a Chester Excellence Scholarship.
Applicants’ tuition fees must be over £6,000. Household income per year must be equal to £25,000 or less. Applicants must be a resident in Wales, England, Northern Ireland or Scotland. They must be studying courses, which do not attract the training bursary. Applicants who are in receipt of National Scholarship can’t be eligible for the Chester University Bursary.