Find out more about the range of scholarships and bursaries available.
Bursaries and scholarships
Information relating to the six SHU bursaries available.
The Student Success Scholarship is for new undergraduate students starting from 2017 onwards and is dedicated to helping you succeed at Sheffield Hallam.
The Student Success Scholarship (March Starters) is for new Home undergraduate students starting in March 2019 and is designed to help you succeed at Sheffield Hallam.
The High Achievement Scholarship is a £1000 package awarded to eligible full-time undergraduate students in recognition of the grades they achieve to get into University.
The Financial Bursary offers £800 per year of study for eligible full-time undergraduate students starting in 2016-17.
The Financial Bursary for students starting their course in September 2015 offers between £400 to £800 per year of study for eligible full-time undergraduate students.
The Care Leavers Bursary guarantees care leavers a bursary of up to £1,500 a year for full fee-paying undergraduates.
The Care Leavers Package guarantees care leavers a bursary of up to £1,500 a year and an additional award from the Student Success Scholarship of £2,000.
The Food and Drink Federation will be awarding bursaries of £3000 to eligible full-time students starting either the BEng or the MEng Food Engineering degree in September 2017.
The full-time Paramedic Practice course for pre-17 starters attracts a bursary for living costs
The Sir Michael and Lady Morven Heller Bursary is an award of between £500 and £2000 intended to financially help you do something you are passionate about that is completely outside of your area of academic study.
At Sheffield Hallam we provide specialist support to refugee students due to the additional challenges you face which can have considerable impact on your educational experiences and outcomes.