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National Scholarship Programme
Information for 2013/14 Entrants
This information applies to students who will be starting their studies in September 2013.
The key features of the scheme are;
- It is open to UK* and EU undergraduate students starting their studies in September 2013.
- All eligible students will receive a fee waiver of £2,000*. You will also receive a bursary, the size of which will depend on your household income**.
- You will continue to receive fee waiver and bursary for each year of your course provided that you continue to meet the eligibility criteria
- If your course involves a year abroad or placement year, you will receive a fee waiver for this year paid in proportion to your tuition fee
*Welsh students are not eligible to receive the fee waiver element of the NSP but are still eligible to receive the NSP Bursary.
** for further details on how household income is asessed, visit the Directgov website.
The household income thresholds and NSP Fee Waiver and NSP Bursary amounts for 2013/14 entrants are:
|Household Income||NSP Fee Waiver||NSP Bursary|
|£16,000 or less||Tuition fee reduction of £2,000||£2,500|
|£16,001 to £20,000||Tuition fee reduction of £2,000||£1,500|
|£20,001 to £25,000||Tuition fee reduction of £2,000||£1,000|
Payment of the NSP Bursary
The NSP Bursary will be paid in three termly instalments. Exact amounts and dates can be found by looking on the household income for 2013/14 page.
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