If you don’t fit into to any of our other scholarship funds, there’s no need to worry. This scholarship fund is for all Home students studying in any part of the UK, but you must be either currently studying or have recently completed some form of formal education.
Unlike other scholarship funds, there is no upper limit but these scholarships are limited and the allocation is set every year by the College. We currently have scholarships available for all programmes. For further information contact email@example.com
To enrol on:
• A-level, Undergraduate and Postgraduate courses (Diplomas, Advanced Diplomas, Postgraduate Diplomas)
Types of Scholarships Available
Partly Funded Scholarships
These scholarships will pay for part of your course fees:
Min. Award: £1,000 (for year 1)*
Max. Award: £2,000 (for year 1)*
*This is subject to change
There are only 10 Full scholarships available across all courses from this Fund:
Award: £3,000 (for year 1)*
*This is subject to change
Students must be:
- Either currently studying or have recently completed some form of formal education
- Grade Criteria
- Partly-funded scholarship: A-level course: 5 GCSE’s with 2 A’s and 3 B’s (minimum 1 A and 4 B’s). Undergraduate Course: 3 B’s in A-levels or equivalent (minimum 2 B’s and 1 C may be considered).
- Full scholarship: A-level course: 5 GCSE’s with 3 A’s and 2 B’s. Undergraduate Course: 1 A and 2 B’s in A-levels or equivalent (minimum 3 B’s may be considered)
3. Be able to demonstrate why you are in need of the scholarship
4. Preference (Not Mandatory): a) from household with low income b) from a background/family with little or no history of Higher Education.
Please note that scholarships are limited. Once the scholarship limit is reached, any further scholarship applications will not be considered. You may receive a notification letter informing you of this. Therefore students are encouraged to apply as early as possible. If you are relying on meeting the minimum criteria then you must understand that students that meet the highest criteria will receive priority.
How to Apply
Students should submit their Scholarship Form at the same time as the Admission Application Form if possible in order to speed up the process.
This should be at least 8 weeks before the enrolment/induction date of each intake (our intakes are: February, April, June, August ). We will accept later applications but this may reduce your chances of your application being considered in time as we may have already reached our scholarship limit by then.
Click here for the Scholarship Application Form
Click here for the SOEL Admission Application Form
How will Scholarship Forms be considered?
Steps for processing the Scholarship Application Form
Step 1: Scholarship and Bursary Application received and processed.
Step 2: All applications considered by the Student Welfare and Scholarship Committees
Step 3: Decision declaration, and if the student is successful and Award Letter
Please click here to read and understand the main conditions before you apply.