Undergraduate study

Undergraduate scholarships and awards, September 2016 entry

Investing in your future

We are offering a generous funding package if you are a new full-time undergraduate student starting in September 2016. You may be eligible for more than one of these offers.

We are offering generous scholarships and awards if you are a new full-time undergraduate student starting in September 2016. You may be eligible for more than one of these offers.

Please note that these offers are for UK or EU students (as defined by UCAS) and not available to NHS-funded students.
Scholarships for non-UK students

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Teesside Kickstart award

We will award you £500 cash to support you in your first year. You could use it for travel, accommodation or other living expenses.

Teesside Kickstart award eligibility criteria

Awards are subject to you firmly accepting your offer of a place and formally enrolling on a Teesside University course (delivered on the main campus) at the start of term.

You must be a new entrant on your first undergraduate course at Teesside paying a minimum of £9,000 a year (excluding top-up courses).

Kickstart business award

£1,000 cash for all new undergraduate students to support you in your first year. You can use it for travel, accommodation or other living expenses.

You are eligible for this award if you are a UK or EU student (as defined by UCAS), or if you are a self-funding or sponsored international student, and enrol on a Teesside University Business School full-time undergraduate programme (excluding top-up courses) based at our Middlesbrough campus from September 2016.

This award replaces the existing £500 Teesside Kickstart award for eligible students.
More about Teesside University Business School

Teesside Extra scholarship

If you have applied for a course where the normal fee is at least £9,000 a year, you are eligible for our Teesside Extra scholarship, worth up to £2,500, if you achieve 300 or more UCAS tariff points (equivalent to at least BBB at A level) from the qualification combinations indicated in the downloadable document below. This scholarship awards you with £1,000 cash in your first year - paid in three equal instalments during the year. When you successfully complete each year, you receive a further £500 in three instalments for each subsequent year of your degree course (except a placement year or study abroad year).

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Teesside Extra scholarship eligibility

  • You must achieve 300 or more UCAS tariff points (equivalent to at least BBB at A level) from the qualification combinations indicated in the downloadable document below
    • Download this document to see a list of the most common qualification combinations which Teesside University will consider for the Teesside Extra Scholarship for September 2016 entry
  • You need to have accepted a firm offer from Teesside during the main recruitment cycle, including clearing and formally enrol on a Teesside University course at the start of term.
  • You must be a new entrant on your first undergraduate course at Teesside paying a minimum of £9,000 a year (excluding top-up courses)
  • You must be a UK/EU student (not including Channel Islands or Isle of Man).

Teesside Extra scholarship decision

We use the information that we receive from you during the application process to decide if we can offer you a scholarship. This includes information from your UCAS application form plus any interviews or portfolios of work. All scholarship offers are subject to you firmly accepting your offer of a place.

Vice-Chancellor's scholarship

If you are currently studying at one of our partner colleges in the Tees Valley you might qualify for one of these scholarships of £1,000 in your first year and £500 for each continuing year.

Eligibility criteria apply - scholarships are subject to you firmly accepting your offer of a place and formally enrolling on a Teesside University course at the start of term.

Marjorie Hearnshaw scholarship

If you live within the Tees Valley you might qualify for a £3,000 cash award.
More about the Marjorie Hearnshaw scholarship

Dr Ken Home scholarship

These awards are available to local students applying to an engineering-related undergraduate course at Teesside University. More about the Dr Ken Home scholarship

Tees Valley Community Foundation scholarship

These awards are available to local students applying to an undergraduate course at Teesside University.
More about the Tees Valley Community Foundation scholarship

Smart card credit

We credit £50 onto your smart card when you enrol on a full-time undergraduate course. You can redeem this against printing and photocopying costs. This benefit is also for NHS students.

More information

For all fees and funding enquiries, please contact Student Finance.