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We know going to university can sometimes be expensive, however a very generous donation has been given by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation awarding five bursaries of £2,000, per year for three years to new Staffordshire University students (subject to eligibility).
You will not need to reapply in year two or three, however you will need to be enrolled, and on track to achieve a 2:2 or above.
At the end of each year, you will need to provide an annual report to the donor, making them aware of what you have learnt during the year, and how this has driven or changed your goals.
As part of the degree, you will be asked to fundraise to support the Horizon Fund, to help future students benefit from such generous donated funds.
The bursary will be paid in two instalments directly to the provided bank account – Students must be in full attendance for these payment dates.
Students must be actively engaged in their studies, with failure to do this resulting in the bursary being taken away.
Students must also be willing to be involved in University publicity campaigns e.g. social media, web, magazines if required.
Experience within the Voluntary, Community and Faith Sector (VCFS), this might be that you volunteer informally helping older Neighbours or that you coordinate a local community sports team or that you work as a paid coordinator in your local food bank.
Applications for this bursary are now closed.
There are five bursaries available, please review your application before submitting as duplicate entries will not be considered.
This is not meant as a hardship bursary – if you are having any financial difficulties or struggles, please contact the main University Financial Support team.
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