In addition to government-funded support, the University College also provides its own bursaries for UK students from low income backgrounds who meet the high standards for admission onto our courses.
New undergraduate students on household incomes under £25,000 and in receipt of the full state maintenance loan will receive a bursary of £400 at the end of February in every year of their course.
In addition, a further WUC bursary of £250 per year will be given to students with a household income of £25,000 or less and who are from areas of the country where participation in higher education is low. This additional payment will be measured and awarded based on the student's home address postcode being highlighted as a POLAR 4 Q1 or Q2 postcode.
Students eligible for the Writtle University College Bursary will receive the annual payment around mid-February paid directly into the student's bank account.
EU nationals and international students are not eligible for this bursary.
Please note that changes in your household income may affect your ongoing eligibility to receive HEBSS payments.
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No application required as bursaries will be automatically awarded, if eligibility criteria is met.