Once you have your A-level results, it is worth revisiting the scholarships that are available now you have your grades and now where you will be studying, to make sure you apply for anything you are now eligible to apply for. Read more about Applying for scholarships – A-level results day advice
As the exam season draws to a close and you start to ponder how you might make some money over the summer, why not put aside a couple of days and spend some time applying for some scholarships. Here is a selection of opportunities which are offered by external organisations and are not tied to any particular university. You can find more of these by selecting "No specific University" as the Institution when you search our database. Read more about Scholarships to apply for over the summer holidays
Scholarships, grants and bursaries: our quick guide for students to understand the difference between them and how to find them. Read more about What is the difference between a scholarship, grant and bursary?
Breaking in to a career in television is a dream for many, but unfortunately this highly competitive field can be difficult to break in to if you don’t have the right contacts or experience, which is where the student bursaries offered by the Royal Television Society could really help boost your chances. Read more about Want to work in television? Then read on…..
Scholarships which are open to all students regardless of where they are studying or what subject are becoming more commonplace and students could be missing out on thousands of pounds additional funding by not searching for these opportunities. Read more about Scholarships which are not tied to specific universities
With rising student debt a hot political potato, always getting plenty of media attention, it might come as a surprise that many organisations which offer scholarships, grants or bursaries to UK students, often struggle to get enough suitable applicants. Read more about Giving away free money is not as easy as you might think!