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Brittan scholarship

Investing in your future

If you are applying for a course within our School of Computing, Engineering & Digital Technologies, you could be eligible for the Brittan scholarship.

Dame Diana Brittan DBE has generously donated two scholarships in memory of her late husband, Lord Leon Brittan. Lord Brittan was the first Chancellor of Teesside University from 1993 to 2005. Philanthropic scholarships at Teesside University enhance the student learning experience by supporting the cost of living and providing access to additional or extra-curricular activities.

Lord Brittan believed that education leading to continued intellectual curiosity opened up an individual's future and the potential of whole communities and nations.

Student profile
Kyeran Sayers

'I have received £7,500 across my course because of my college grades and making Teesside University my firm choice - they believed I was a student worth considering.'

Kyeran Sayers

Two scholarships available for the 2021-22 academic year

Brittan scholarship eligibility

To apply for one of these scholarships you must:

  • come from a household where total income is below £25,000 gross a year
  • choose Teesside University as your firm choice with UCAS
  • have lived in the UK for a continuous period of 24 months immediately before starting your course of study
  • achieve AAB (or equivalent tariff).
Applications are judged based on the information you provide in this application. Each application is considered by a panel of senior staff of the University and those candidates who are shortlisted are invited to attend an interview.

How to apply

Eligible applicants are identified by the University - if you are eligible you are invited to complete an application in October 2021.