UH Undergraduate Bursary
What is the UH Undergraduate Bursary?
The UH Undergraduate Bursary is a new scheme from the University of Hertfordshire, to help our students with the costs associated with going to University.
The £1,000 bursary is for all eligible students who are starting their undergraduate degree with us in September 2017.
The UH Bursary is means tested but you don’t have to apply. The University will be able to identify whether you qualify from your university and student loans company application and will automatically put you forward to receive the funds.
New 50% tuition fee bursary for agriculture
We are offering a new 50% tuition fee bursary for the BSc(Hons) Agriculture course for all successful applicants who will join us this September 2017.
The bursary will cover all three years of your tuition with us. It will be granted on a first come first served basis.
How can I apply for the agriculture bursary?
There are 4 easy steps:
- Apply to the BSc(Hons) Agriculture on UCAS website
- Receive a conditional/unconditional offer from us
- Confirm our offer as a firm or insurance choice by 30 June 2017
- Receive the bursary at the point of register
Contact us on +44 (0)1707 284800 or email us at email@example.com for more information about the agriculture bursary.
If you are considering studying a full-time course in a health related subject (eg dietetics, nursing, radiography, social work or physiotherapy) more information is available in the publication Financial Help for Healthcare Students (sixth edition). For more information please contact the:
- Department of Health Publications
- Quote reference number 32059