We know going to university can sometimes be expensive, however a very generous donation has been given by The ACH Crisford Charitable Foundation, awarding a remaining 7 of 10 bursaries of £500 to new Staffordshire University students based at our London campus (subject to eligibility).
Prospective students must meet the following criteria in order to be eligible to apply for the one of the bursaries:
- Be a first year/ Level 4 undergraduate only
- Have paid full tuition fees as a full-time on-campus student
- Have a household income of below £30,000 per annum that is assessed by their award authority, and have given consent for this information to be shared with the University
- Be studying a non-funded course (i.e. not entitled to receive any government support)
- Attained high achieving grades via the UCAS ranking system
- Be a UK home student
- Be studying at Staffordshire University London
The bursary will be paid in two instalments directly to the bank account provided – students must be actively attending University and the recipient event for these payments to be made.
Students must be actively engaged in their studies, with failure to do this resulting in the removal of the bursary.
Students must also be willing to be involved in University publicity campaigns e.g. social media, web, magazines if required.
You will be required to provide a brief annual report to update the donor on your studies and how the funding has helped.
How to apply
Please review your application carefully before submitting as duplicate entries will not be considered.
- Don’t focus on your personal/home life situation, this bursary is meant to help support your time at University and to enhance your experience, to help towards trips, equipment or other items that take your degree to the next level
- 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
Bursary payment exemptions
- The University will conduct a review of a student’s bursary if progress or performance in their studies is deemed to be unsatisfactory without an appropriate reason for this.
- If the student ceases to no longer be a registered full-time at the University or they take up full-time employment whilst in receipt of the bursary, no further payments will be made.
- The University has the right to withdraw an award from anyone who is found to have misled the institution about any aspect of their eligibility and to seek repayment of any monies already paid to them.
- Staffordshire University reserves the right to revise or amend these terms and conditions at any time without prior notice. All decisions made by the Development and Alumni Relations Office are final. Individual feedback is not guaranteed.