EU scholarships and bursaries
We do have scholarships and bursaries available for students applying for a full-time programme from the European Union. These are awarded on a discretionary basis and are dependent on your academic background. If you are looking to study a Top-Up degree, we offer £1,000 off your tuition fees. Furthermore, students wishing to study a postgraduate degree can receive a scholarship of up to £3,000, awarded on a case by case basis.
Please contact our team to find out more about the scholarships and bursaries we offer.
If you are eligible, the following merit scholarship will be applied if you have not already received a country bursary.
2019/20 academic years
||£2,000 if no country bursary applies
Country scholarships and bursaries
Country specific bursaries apply to Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes offered at Northumbria University London Campus. Please note these exclude Pre-Masters programmes (Graduate Certificate) and may not be used in conjunction with the merit scholarships.
2019/20 academic year
* Top-Up students only
Latin America Masters scholarship programme 2019/20
The following tuition fees apply for Latin American students from the below countries for London Campus Masters programmes commencing in the 2019/20 academic year (from September 2019).
The maximum value of your scholarship will depend on your chosen programme and your country, but could equate to up to 50% off your course tuition fees. Please note that these are not available in conjunction with the Early Payment Discounts or Merit scholarships detailed on this site.
||International tuition fee 2019/20
||Maximum scholarship available
||Up to 50%*
|Masters with Advanced Practice
*Eligibility criteria applies.
Scholarships are awarded on a case by case. These are assessed based on academic merit and your personal statement.
The above Latin American countries will also be eligible for a tuition fee of £1,600 for the 12 week Pre-Sessional English programme when committing to one of the above Masters programmes for the 19/20 academic year.