We offer bursaries and awards to help support our undergraduate students.
The bursaries and awards you are eligible for will depend on your chosen course and pathway as well as your individual circumstances. These bursaries and awards are separate from any other Government loans or grants, helping you to fund your studies while at Falmouth. You can see an outline of our undergraduate bursaries and awards in the table below.
Bursaries and awards
|Who's it for?
Bursary support for eligible students with an assessed household income of under £25,000
UK and eligible EU on-campus students who started their course in or after September 2020.
|£250-£500 for each full year of study
The bursary is intended to help with the cost of any deposits and additional accommodation required during the course of the academic year.
|UK students who are care leavers or those in similar circum- stances without any family network or support.
|£1,000 for each full year of study
30 scholarships of £3,000 each to its most talented international undergraduate and postgraduate students.
|International offer holders paying international fees applying for a full-time on-campus taught Bachelors or Masters course, demonstrating exceptional talent.
15 scholarships of £2,000 each to Indian nationals applying to study with us on-campus in September 2024.
|Indian nationals applying to a full-time on campus taught undergraduate or postgraduate degree starting in September 2024.
Bursary support for eligible students assessed as having child and/or adult dependants.
|UK students in receipt of either Parents Learning Allowance (PLA) or Adult Dependents Grant (ADG) from Student Finance.
One-off support designed for students who encounter financial hardship during the academic year due to unforeseen circumstances.
|Current full-time on-campus students.
To support the purchasing of study materials for eligible students with an assessed household income of under £25,000
|UK and EU on-campus students who started their course prior to 2020-21.
The Wilhelmina Barns-Graham Award offers financial support to an individual Fine Art student in the second year of their course.
|Year 1 BA(Hons) Fine Art student.
|£1,000 paid to the award winner following their enrolment onto the second year of BA (Hons) Fine Art.
This award offers support to one graduating BA(Hons) Fine Art student undertaking an exploratory trip to Italy within 6 months of finishing their course.
|Final year BA(Hons) Fine Art students.
The Falmouth University Travel Fund is designed to support individuals facing financial hardship with visiting the University.
|See eligibility criteria.
|Assistance with the cost of travel to events outlined here.
For any funding related queries, contact our Student Finance team:
T: +44(0)1326 255310