Scholarships and Bursaries

Find out more about the range of scholarships and bursaries available.

General information relating to all Sheffield Hallam scholarships and bursaries.

Financial support for students affected by COVID-19

The Student Success Scholarship is for undergraduate students starting from 2017 onwards and is dedicated to helping you succeed at Sheffield Hallam.

Further information about the Access to Remote Learning grant.

Once you are fully enrolled on your teacher education course, you can claim your bursary/scholarship.

Financial support for postgraduate students that have finished their undergraduate course with us in 2020

Financial support for undergraduate students during a placement year.

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 Care Leavers Bursary guarantees care leavers a bursary of up to £1,500 a year for full fee-paying undergraduates.

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 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 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.

Information about the MSc Healthcare Analytics and Artificial Intelligence Scholarship

Further information about the Postgraduate and International Living Support Scheme (PILSS).

Use this page if you have been asked to supply your bank account details by the Student Funding Team