Undergraduate Scholarships for UK and EU students

We offer a range of non-repayable scholarships recognising academic achievements and individual talents to support our students during their studies.

Scholarships are offered based on a range of criteria. Take a look at the details below to find out more.

Find a scholarship for your area of study

All course subjects

The following scholarships are available to students on any University of Hertfordshire course:

Jarvis Centenary Scholarship

  • Value: £6,000 (£2,000 in each academic year).
  • Awarded to the first-year undergraduate student who has the highest academic achievement (UCAS tariff points) prior to registration on any degree at the University. The student must be a resident of the AL5, LU1, or LU2 postcodes.
  • No application required.

Wilson Sports Scholarship

  • Value: £1,000 (further funding is available through the University's own Sports Scholarship Fund in subsequent years).
  • Awarded every year to 1 female student, on any undergraduate degree course at the University, who is excelling in sport.
  • No application required. The student will be nominated by the Director of Sport or a senior member of their staff team.

Business

BBH Scholarship Accounting and Finance

  • Value: £500 (awarded in the second year).
  • Awarded every year to the highest-placed student on the first-year BA Accounting or Accounting and Finance programmes at the end of their first year. Eligible students are those that went to school in the Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire regions.
  • No application required.

Computer Sciences

Josephine Connell Scholarship

  • Value: £3,000 (£1,000 in each academic year).
  • This scholarship is awarded every 3 years to a female student from Hertfordshire studying Computer Science or Information Technology.
  • To apply: Submit an application in your first year at University.

Education

Pendleton Scholarship

  • Value: £3,000 (£1,000 in each academic year).
  • Awarded every 3 years to a student on the Bed (Hons) Primary Education degree. Students eligible are those returning to study after a break from formal education and who are a full-time UK/EU student.
  • To apply: Submit an application in your first year at University.

Engineering and Technology

Dannenberg Scholarship (BEng)

  • Value: £500 (paid in the first year).
  • Awarded every year to 4 undergraduate BEng students.
  • No application required. Nominations for the award are made by the Board of Examiners to the Engineering Prize Committee, which will then select the recipient.

Kurt Dannenberg Bursary

  • Value: £1,000 (paid in the first year).
  • Awarded every year to 3 undergraduate Engineering students.
  • No application required. Nominations for the award are made by the Board of Examiners to the Engineering Prize Committee, which will then select the recipient.

Professor Peter Lines Scholarship

  • Value: £1,000 (paid in the first year).
  • Awarded every year to a student studying Electrical/Electronic Engineering.
  • No application required. Nominations for the award are made by the Board of Examiners to the Engineering Prize Committee, which will then select the recipient.

Sir Gerard Newman Scholarship

  • Value: £2,000 (£500 paid in the first and second year, £1,000 in the final year).
  • Awarded every year to a student studying a full-time undergraduate degree in the School of Engineering and Technology.
  • To apply: Submit an application in your first year at University.

Health and Social Work

The Joan Trower Midwifery Scholarship

  • Value: £1,000 (paid in the third year).
  • Awarded every year to a final year BSc (Hons) Midwifery with RM student.
  • No application required. The scholarship recipient will be selected by the Programme Board before the start of each academic year, and students will be judged against their performance in the second-year Lifestyle Diversity and Midwifery Care module and feedback from service users and programme tutors.

Wilson Sports Scholarship

  • Value: £1,000 (further funding is available through the University's own Sports Scholarship Fund in subsequent years).
  • Awarded every year to 1 female student, on any undergraduate degree course at the University, who is excelling in sport.
  • No application required. The student will be nominated by the Director of Sport or a senior member of their staff team.

The UH Trust Health Scholarship

  • Value: £9,000 (paid to students over three years at £3,000 per year).
  • 10 new scholarships are available for students who are starting their undergraduate degree with us in September 2018 in the following subjects: Adult nursing, Child nursing, Mental Health nursing, Learning Disabilities Nursing, Midwifery, Social work, Physiotherapy, Paramedic Science, Diagnostic Radiography, Radiotherapy and Oncology.
  • Eligibility: All applicants who receive an offer on one of the above course and confirm the University of Hertfordshire as their firm choice by the 30 June 2018.
  • Application process: Applicants must submit their interest in the scholarship and include a 300 word (max) statement in which they state the reason why they wish to enter the nursing profession and why they would benefit from the bursary. This needs to be presented with due consideration for the NHS Values for Health programmes and the HCPC Standard of Proficiency for the Social Work programme. Once applicants confirm our offer as their firm choice by the 30 June 2018 an email will be sent with the online application form that they need to submit by Wednesday 29 August 2018.

The Roerig Trust Scholarships in Adult Nursing

  • Value: £4,500 (paid to students over three years at £1,500 per year).
  • Eligibility: All applicants who receive an offer on the BSc (Hons) Adult Nursing and confirm UH as their firm choice by the 30 June 2018.
  • Application process: Applicants must submit their interest in the scholarship and include a 300 word (max) statement in which they state the reason why they wish to study at the University of Hertfordshire, and why they would benefit from the bursary. This needs to be presented with due consideration for the NHS Values for Health programmes. Once applicants confirm our offer as their firm choice by the 30 June 2018 an email will be sent with the online application form that they need to submit by Wednesday 29 August 2018.

Law

Mark Master Masons Scholarship

  • Value: £3,000 (£1,000 in each academic year).
  • Awarded every 3 years to students resident in London or the home counties who can demonstrate involvement in voluntary and community work.
  • To apply: Submit an application in your first year at University.

Staughton Scholarship

  • Value: £4,000 (£2,000 in the first year, £1,000 in the second and final years).
  • Awarded every 3 years to a full-time UK/EU undergraduate student on the LLB Law degree.
  • To apply: Submit an application form in your first year at University. The application should be focused on commercial law. Shortlisted applicants will be called to an interview.

Taylor Walton Scholarship

  • Value: £1000 (paid in the final year).
  • Awarded every year to the highest performing second year LLB student on the LLB Law degree based on the results received at the end of the second year.
  • No application required.

The Anthony Trower Law Scholarship

  • Value: £1,500 (paid in the third year).
  • Awarded every year to a final year student on the LLB Hons Degree – Bachelor of Laws programme.
  • To apply: Submit an application in your second year at University. Shortlisted applicants will be interviewed. The interview panel will consist of School and DAR staff members. Applicants will be judged according to their second year academic achievement and their intention to go into private legal practice.