Undergraduate scholarships and bursaries of Royal Holloway University of London

“When I first received the scholarship, I was in shock. It wasn’t until a day or two later that I spoke to my mates and said ‘Wait, I’ve just got a scholarship’. This scholarship is helping me to stay focused and engaged with my Computer Science course, because I have to maintain at least a 2:1 to keep it! Having the scholarship has been a massive confidence boost and a constant reminder that if I apply myself there’s nothing I can’t do.”

Shaw, BSc Computer Science (Artificial Intelligence) with a Year in Industry, Red Rose Future Leaders Scholar

Huge range of scholarships and bursaries will help remove some of the financial stress of coming to university.

Become a Royal Holloway scholar and get help paying for your studies.

Scholarships provide a cash award or a reduction in tuition fees for successful applicants. 

They are awarded competitively, usually based on your scholarship application statement and academic achievements. University also offers a number of scholarships aimed specifically at groups currently underrepresented in higher education. Bursaries are awarded to all students who meet the eligibility criteria.

You can apply for as many as you are eligible for.

Check the individual scholarships below for details on eligibility, applying and deadlines. Many of scholarships are now open for applications for 2023 entry, but come back soon if the one you’re interested in isn’t open yet!

If you have any questions, check FAQs.

Source: Royal Holloway University of London


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