One-third of Keele students to get substantial financial support

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Posted on 08 April 2011

Keele University Council has approved a fee level of £9,000 per annum, from 2012/13, for all undergraduate courses to ensure it can sustain the high quality of the education and student experience it delivers.

Keele’s record on promoting access to Higher Education is very strong and this is will continue under the new arrangements.  Keele’s absolute commitment to supporting student access on the basis of merit, regardless of financial status, means a significant financial support package will be available to students from disadvantaged backgrounds.

The measures that Keele will introduce include:

  • A £3,000 National Scholarship (a fee waiver of £2,000 plus a £1,000 cash bursary) for the most-disadvantaged 10% of the 2012 intake
  • A £1,000 cash bursary for all other students with a household income of £25,000 or less

 Together these schemes will support up to one-third of Keele’s 2012 entrants.