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We are offering over 700 National Scholarships - as well as Teesside Extra Scholarships worth up to £2,500 cash - if you are a new full-time undergraduate student in 2013.
If you have applied for a course where the normal fee is at least £7,450 a year, you are eligible for our Teesside Extra Scholarship - worth up to £2,500 - if you achieve at least three Bs at A level (or equivalent). 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 for each year of your degree course (except a placement year).
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 application form plus any interviews or portfolios of work. All scholarship offers are subject to you firmly accepting your offer of a place.
If you don't qualify for a Teesside Extra Scholarship, you might still get an award from the National Scholarship Programme.
If you are a new entrant applying for a course where the normal fee is at least £7,450, you may qualify for a fee waiver of £3,000 in your first year.
You don't need to apply for a National Scholarship - we will contact you automatically if you qualify. We get information about your postcode and your family's background from your application. We also get information about your household income from the Student Loans Company - it's in your interests to complete the funding application process as soon as you can so that we can confirm any scholarships.
You are eligible to be assessed for a National Scholarship if your household income is below £12,500. We give you priority if you:
If your household income is between £12,500 and £25,000 you may be able to apply if you have exceptional circumstances - this is considered on a case-by-case basis.
You can receive both scholarships if you are eligible - with overall benefits worth up to £5,500.
Find out all the other fees and funding information you need if you are planning to go to university in 2013
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