Undergraduate bursaries and scholarships (2021 Entry)

We know that going to university can be a daunting as well as an exciting experience, so to help you along the way we have a number of bursaries and scholarships. For general queries please contact Student Services.

Please note that these awards are available to home fee paying UK students only. Specific eligibility criteria also apply.

2021 Entry

The Care Leavers and Estranged Students' Bursary

This award offers a non-repayable bursary of £1000 per year to undergraduate and postgraduate taught students who have left the care of their local authority or are irreconcilably estranged from their families and meet the relevant eligibility criteria. In addition to the annual bursary, recipients receive an award of £500 upon graduation. Click here for further information.

Keele Support Fund 

The Keele Support Fund exists for students who are in need of financial support, beyond that offered by Student Funding Councils, through Disability Student Allowance, or other such external funding sources.

It is open to all years of UG/PGT study and can be applied for at any time. The application will be assessed by specialist staff in Student Services, who will work with individuals to offer support according to their needs.

Further information around the application process will be available on this page soon.

Terms and Conditions

Please note that Keele awards are subject to Terms and Conditions and the eligibity criteria attached to each. Please click here to view an archive of awards from previous years.

Please be aware that in the processing of these awards we may use data that contains information regarding your qualifications and your household income (as declared to the Student Loans Company). For more information on how Keele University handles your data please check our Privacy Notice.

Subject level awards

There may be prizes, bursaries and scholarships tied to your particular subject or course.

Please click here to see what is available and get in touch with the relevant school (e.g. School of Law, Keele Management School).

Please note that Student Services are not involved in the operation of awards at this level.

Other funding opportunities