University of Lincoln
University of Lincoln


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Central England

University of Lincoln


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Central England


University of Lincoln Scholarship
Scholarship Name University of Lincoln Scholarship
Academic Year 2020
Scholarship amount £500
Nationality Any

The University of Lincoln Scholarship is for UK students whose household income is less than £40,000/year.

2020 Scholarship Amount

Students with a household income of less than £40,000 will be awarded a scholarship of £500 for each year (up to three years) of study. Each award of £500 will be paid in three instalments across the academic year, subject to satisfactory attendance.


Household income below £40,000.

Must be paying tuition fees of £9,250.

Students must not have previously completed university-level education. All support packages are subject to the University's usual entry terms and conditions.

How to Apply

You do not need to make an application for the University of Lincoln Scholarship. We use the assessment carried out by your funding authority in order to ascertain the household income levels which determine the amount of scholarship you are awarded. In order for us to see this data, when you apply for your student finance you and your sponsors must allow their information to be shared. If eligible, you will be notified of your scholarship amount and the payment dates in late October/early November 2020.

Additional Information

Further information regarding this scholarship can be found within the Terms and Conditions for the University's Bursaries and Scholarships (PDF).

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