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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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Two scholarships of £5000 each are available to new first year BSc Speech and Language Therapy Students with a household income of zero.
The Leverhulme Trade Charities Trust offers financial support for grocers, chemists, commercial travellers and their families.
Eligibility: For UK university students, who are in financial need, and whose parent or spouse is a commercial traveller, grocer or chemist.
City, University of London offers the Lord Mayor of London Scholarships of £2,000 to outstanding Home/EU undergraduate students starting their first year at university
Eligibility: AAA or A*AA at A Level or IB of 35+ for UK or EU students
Scholarships for graduates with a non-nursing degree who wish to commence nurse training.
Eligibility: Graduates will need to have an upper second or first class degree, domeciled in the UK.
City, University of London offers the Novel Studio Scholarship to support a student of talent and potential who might not otherwise be able to accept an offer of a place on The Novel Studio
Eligibility: <ul> <li>Have applied for The Novel Studio and met the criteria for selection</li> <li>Show exceptional talent and promise as emerging writers</li> <li>Are ordinarily resident in the UK</li> <li>Have submitted a statement describing their financial
The Rupert Cornwell Trust are offering a prize of £1,500 to a Postgraduate Journalism student to encourage excellence in foreign reporting.
Eligibility: Postgraduate Journalism student
Sponsorship of £5000 per year towards tuition fees for two first-year undergraduate students at Cass Business School for the duration of their 3 years of study, from The Sandhu Charitable foundation.
Eligibility: First-year undergraduate students holding an offer with Cass Business School and in need of financial assistance as determined by the Cass Development Office.
City participates in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Loan Program (Direct Loans) which can provide funding to cover your tuition fees and living expenses, subject to approval by the Student Centre.
Eligibility: Citizens of the United States; certain terms and conditions apply.
Whitworth scholarships are available to outstanding engineers, who have excellent academic and practical skills and the qualities needed to succeed in industry.
Eligibility: Applicants must be a British, Commonwealth or European Union Citizen, resident in the UK for at least 3 consecuitve years immediately prior to undertaking study.
Find out more about the Widening Media Diversity Scholarship available in the Arts and Social Sciences.
Eligibility: UK and EU graduates. Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of demonstrating you are actively engaged in British Muslim Communities.