Student Success Scholarship (March starters)

The Student Success Scholarship is for new Home undergraduate students starting in March 2018 and March 2019 and is designed to help you succeed at Sheffield Hallam.

The scholarship includes a series of financial awards for individual students from £200 up to £2000, as well as priority access to a support package designed to support your wellbeing, develop your employability and enhance your money management skills.

Read the full guidelines

Please note this Scholarship is subject to the Bursary Guidelines.

Eligibility

The scheme applies to new students starting a course of study at Sheffield Hallam University for the first time in March 2018 and March 2019. It is not open to International or EU fee status students. If you started your studies before this time you may be eligible for other schemes which were in place at the time you began your course.

Students with a household income of up to £42,875 or who meet any of the other priority group criteria and have a household income of up to £62,143 can apply:

What are the priority groups?

View groups have a household income of up to £42,875 will be studying on a high cost or high intensity course are a parent or have caring responsibilities are a refugee student are estranged from family are a disabled student are a transgender student Students who meet multiple criteria will be more likely to receive greater awards from the scholarship.

Please note: Students leaving local authority care will automatically receive the 'Care Leavers Package.' Eligible Care Leavers will receive a bursary of up to £1,500 a year for each taught year of study paying full fees. In addition, they receive an award from our Student Success Scholarship of £2,000.

How to apply

Applications for the Student Success Scholarship (March Starters) open from 11th March and close on 24th May, you can apply via My Student Record.

All applicants will be sent details of the non-financial support package which has been designed to support your wellbeing, develop your employability and enhance your money management skills.