If your household income is less than £42,875 a year, you may be eligible to apply for a means-tested undergraduate scholarship which offers funding and support.
Applications for UK undergraduate means-tested scholarships for 2022 entry are now open and will close at 11.59pm on 5 June 2022.
Applicants to the university may apply for the means-tested scholarships before receiving an offer from Leeds and must do so before the deadline above.
Worth £3,000 a year for three years (paid in cash instalments), our UK undergraduate means tested scholarships are of higher value than the University’s funding package Leeds Bursary (funding which is automatically awarded based on a student’s household income level).
The scholarships do not have to be paid back and are in addition to the financial support you can receive from the government (such as the tuition fee loan or maintenance loan).
Alongside the funding, you'll have access to one-to-one support and advice sessions, group workshops, mentoring opportunities, social events and monthly newsletters updating you on relevant activity on and off campus through the Plus Programme.
There are a limited number of scholarships available. We will award the UK undergraduate means-tested scholarships to selected UK students from low income households who also meet the eligibility criteria and are entering Leeds as full-time, level one undergraduates in the following September.
The scholarships are available thanks to the generous support from alumni and other organisations.
Other scholarships available from the University
Please note that these scholarships are not administered by the same team as the Means tested Scholarships. Please visit the following webpages for more information:
- Subject related academic achievement scholarships for UK/ EU students and international students.
- Sports scholarship programme for elite athletes.
- Enterprise scholarship scheme for undergraduate students starting their own businesses.
Information relating to scholarships does change from time to time. While the University endeavours to keep this information as up to date as possible, it cannot be held liable for any inaccuracies. If you defer entry for a year, you will generally need to apply for financial support applicable to your year of entry.