Donor Funded Scholarships and Bursaries

Students at the University of Salford

It is through the generosity of our alumni, friends and industry partners that we are able to provide a number of donor-funded scholarships and bursaries for University of Salford students who would otherwise find it challenging to fund their studies.

There are a range of scholarships and bursaries available, at a University-wide level, as well as specific to schools and subject areas, supporting talented students who may need additional financial aid to support their time at Salford.

Below is a summary of some of the scholarships and bursaries available. We are always looking for the opportunity to establish new scholarships and bursaries to support students from a range of widening participation backgrounds and across all fields of study here at Salford.

If you are a friend, alumni, industry partner or charitable trust / foundation and would like to find out more about how you can establish your own Scholarship programme at Salford, you can visit our Giving page or contact our Strategic Development Manager, Sophie Ball, for more information.

If you are a student and would like to know more about additional financial support for your studies, please see our Fees and Funding page

Available Scholarships and Bursaries

Temporary Works Forum (TWf) Scholarship

The Temporary Works Forum (TWf) Scholarship is generously funded by TWf, a subscription-based forum which aims to encourage open discussion of any matter related to temporary works, open to any organisation within the industry.

The TWf Scholarship will support three undergraduate students within the School of Science, Engineering and Environment with an interest in specific research topics which will be set by TWf, in collaboration with the school.

The Scholarship will be provided to the three students in Year 2 and 3 of their studies, with a total value of £4,500 per student split over those two years.

Eligible students will be invited to apply for this Scholarship by an academic lead within the school.

The A.R. Scholarship 2020/21

The A.R. Scholarship is generously funded by an alumnus of the University and is provided to one student from a low-income background who is studying a Digital Media course.

The successful student will receive £3,000 per annum for three years to support their studies.

If you are planning to study a Digital Media course, get in touch with your course tutor to understand more about this opportunity.

The David Tupman Scholarship 2020/21

The David Tupman Scholarship is generously funded by an alumnus of the University and is provided to one student from a low-income background who is studying an undergraduate Engineering degree.

The successful student will receive £3,000 per annum for three years to support their studies.

If you are planning to study an Engineering degree at undergraduate level, please get in touch with your course tutor to understand more about this opportunity.

The Horlock Scholarship 2021/22

The Horlock Scholarship is provided to three female students studying Engineering at either undergraduate or postgraduate level (BSc, BEng or MEng).

The successful students will receive £1,000 per annum for three years to support their studies.

If you are a female student planning to study Engineering at either undergraduate or postgraduate level, please get in touch with your course tutor to understand more about this opportunity.

UG Engineering Scholarship 2020/21

The UG Engineering Scholarship 2020 is generously funded by an alumnus of the University and is provided to one student from a low-income background and comes from the north-west of England who is studying an undergraduate Engineering degree.

The successful student will receive £3,000 per annum for three years to support their studies.

If you are planning to study an Engineering degree at undergraduate level, please get in touch with your course tutor to understand more about this opportunity.

The Haworth Trust Graduate Art Scholarship 2021/22

The Haworth Trust Graduate Art Scholarship is awarded to a student studying in their final year, with a view to providing support for 12 months after graduation. The opportunity has a specific focus on developing practice in figurative art.

The successful student will receive £3,000 as well as 12 months support including mentoring.

This opportunity will be shared with eligible students within their final year of study.

Santander Universities 19-22

Santander Universities Global Division has worked in higher education since 1997 and its network spans over 70 UK universities and over 1,100 academic institutions in 20 different countries.

The University has an established partnership with Santander and recently entered a new Agreement in 2019. Santander support a number of University streams.

 

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