Universidad de Anglia Ruskin   - ARU Bursary
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ARU Bursary
Scholarship Name ARU Bursary
Academic Year 2020
Scholarship amount Up to £300 per year
Nationality Any

Our brand new ARU Bursary is open to undergraduate and integrated Masters students from the UK or EU, starting a course at ARU in 2019/20 or 2020/21.

Value
Up to £300 per year (pro rata for part-time students).

The value will depend on the assessment of your household income by Student Finance England, or another UK funding provider.

Household income of £0-£25,000

Total amount per year £300 (split into two payments)
First payment £150
Second payment £150
Household income of £25,001-£42,875

Total amount per year £200 (split into two payments)
First payment £100
Second payment £100

Duration
You’ll receive payments at two points in the academic year:

April and December if you start a course in January 2020
December and April if you start a course in September 2020
April and December if you start a course in January 2021.
Payments are made via BACS to your UK bank account, using the bank account details you supply when you register with us at the start of your course.

If you're up to date with payments towards your study and do not have outstanding instalments owing to Anglia Ruskin University, you'll receive your bursary as expected. If you do have an overdue payment, we reserve the right to use all or part of your bursary instalments to offset any outstanding debt.

Eligibility
To be eligible for our ARU Bursary you should:

be a UK or EU student
be starting a course in January 2020, September 2020 or January 2021
be studying a full-time or part-time undergraduate degree or an integrated Masters course, on our Cambridge, Chelmsford or Peterborough Guild House campuses
have a household income of £42,875 and under
be fully registered on a course at ARU starting on or after 1 August 2019
have made a means-tested application to Student Finance England (or another UK student funding provider such as the Student Awards Agency for Scotland), have given your consent to share the financial details and have been deemed eligible for support
engage with your studies on an ongoing basis. Engagement is based on your attendance in lectures and tutorials as well as engagement with our Learning Management System and library resources.
You will not be eligible for our ARU Bursary if you are:

an international student living outside the UK or EU (including Channel Islands)
studying for a degree apprenticeship, or as a distance learner or blended learner
sponsored by the NHS, an employer or a local authority
studying at one of our partner institutions
on a year out, on a year-long placement or study abroad
pending registration or re-registration, intermitting, suspended or excluded
not engaging with your studies.
How to apply
There is no need to apply. You'll automatically receive the ARU Bursary if you:

meet the eligibility criteria above
have already been means tested by Student Finance England (or another UK student funding provider such as the Student Awards Agency for Scotland) for a student loan, and given consent for Student Finance England to share your details with us.

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