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Scholarships and bursaries

City, University of London provides and recommends a number of funding options to help you meet the cost of university. Find a scholarship or bursary to support you through your studies.

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The Aviva Scholarship covers 20% of overseas tuition fees for selected courses in the School of Health Sciences, School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering and School of Arts and Social Sciences.
Eligibility: Aviva customers in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan and Vietnam; some local eligibility criteria apply
A merit-based scholarship offered to applicants for the BMus (Hons) Music undergraduate course. There are seven scholarships available, typically offered to advanced performers beyond Grade-8 level.
Eligibility: Applicants to the BMus (Hons) Music course; merit-based (post Grade 8 proficiency)
If you hold a first class degree and intend to study on the BPTC at The City Law School, we are offering a minimum fee waiver of £1,500.
Eligibility: Must hold a first class degree and be applying for BPTC at The City Law School.
In order to qualify for Canada Student Loans, City and study programme of your choice must be registered with the Student Assistance Office in your province or territory of residence. We are registered for most Canadian Loans Offices.
Eligibility: Canadian students; specific requirements may vary.
A merit-based scholarship for overseas students applying for Cass undergraduate courses.
Eligibility: International students starting a Cass undergraduate course; awarded on the basis of academic merit
Chevening is the UK Government’s international awards scheme aimed at developing global leaders.
Eligibility: A merit based scholarship for international students.
Find out more about what bursaries are available for those with experience of being in local authority care, are estranged from their family or have unpaid caring responsibilities.
Eligibility: Home/UK undergraduates, ordinarily resident in England, aged 25 or younger.
The City Education Grant is intended to provide additional financial support for new Home/UK undergraduates starting their undergraduate course.
Eligibility: New full-time Home/UK undergraduates with residual household income equal to or less than £42,611 a year.
The Department of Computer Science at City, University of London is offering two full-time, three-year doctoral studentships for 2018/19 entry.
The School of Mathematics, Computer Science and Engineering provides financial support to high-calibre international (non-EU) students on Engineering courses through this scholarship scheme worth £2,000.
Eligibility: International (non-EU) applicants with a first class honours degree or equivalent.