We offer a generous funding package if you are a new full-time undergraduate student starting in September 2019. Find out more below - you could be eligible for more than one of these offers.
All awards are subject to you firmly accepting your offer of a place, enrolling and attending a Teesside University course.
At Teesside University we provide you with a stimulating and technology-enabled learning environment. To help you make the most of this, we provide you with:
To be eligible for Teesside University Advance you must be a new entrant enrolling on Year 0 or 1 (this excludes direct entrants onto Years 2 or 3 or students repeating any year) as a full-time undergraduate degree student for the 2019-20 academic year on a Teesside University course leading to an award of at least 360 credits delivered on Teesside University's Middlesbrough or Darlington campus.
Two £7,500 scholarships for 2019-20 paid across your full programme of study.
If you apply for a course within our School of Computing & Digital Technologies or School of Science, Engineering & Design, you could be eligible for the Brittan scholarship. You must also select Teesside University as your firm choice with UCAS.
More about the Brittan scholarship
If you have been resident in the Tees Valley for over two years, you could be eligible for the Marjorie Hearnshaw scholarship. Eligible students are invited to apply in September 2019.
More about the Marjorie Hearnshaw scholarship
If you have been educated at a Tees Valley school or college for at least three years, you could be eligible for the Hill scholarship.
Eligible students are invited to apply in September 2019.
More about the Hill scholarship
£5,000 across your programme of study.
You could be eligible for a Dr Ken Home scholarship if you have been resident in the Tees Valley for over two years and select Teesside University as your firm choice with UCAS. Eligible students are invited to apply in September 2019.
More about the Dr Ken Home scholarship
You could be eligible for a Professor Leni Oglesby scholarship if you live outside the Tees Valley and select Teesside University as your firm choice for a nursing, midwifery or health professions degree. Eligible students are invited to apply in September 2019.
More about the Professor Leni Oglesby scholarship
If you're a current student and have a great idea for a project that could make a real difference, why not apply for funding for help to do something amazing? You can apply for up to £2,000 to support your project.More about the Student Experience Fund
Five scholarships available for the 2019-20 academic year.
Teesside University is committed to the economic, social and cultural success of our students and local communities. The University embraces diversity and opposes prejudice and injustice.
The Sanctuary award covers your course fees and contributes towards your other study costs through a learning bursary, which is made up of two payments within each academic year. The first is paid once you have enrolled on your course, and the second at the start of semester two.
More about the Teesside Sanctuary award
Two awards worth £2,500.
If you are applying to study BA (Hons) Film and Television Production or BA (Hons) Fine Art full-time, and your household income is below £25,000, you could be eligible for a Success Photography scholarship. Eligible students are invited to apply in September 2019.
More about the Success Photography scholarship
If you are a care leaver, you could be eligible for a bursary of £1,000 for each year of your course.
More about the care leaver bursary
We also have a number of scholarships available for international students.
More about international scholarships
Please contact Student Fees.
Please contact Student Finance.