How To Fund Your Degree
You can get financial assistance from various sources to help fund your course. You can also get a discount on your tuition fees by referring a friend to the University.
In some cases, you may have your study sponsored by a government organisation or large company. This means that the organisation will pay your tuition fees (and sometimes your living costs), and may even be able to cover your deposit for you. In some cases, you might receive this sponsorship in the form of a scholarship.
There will usually be some terms and conditions, such as you returning to your home country after the course, or working for a particular organisation for a fixed time. You could get sponsorship for your undergraduate or postgraduate study, but you’ll need to check the exact details with your sponsor.
Unlike a bursary, a scholarship is usually awarded to you on merit. This means that they are normally awarded to students who may have a proven skill in academics or athletic ability, or to those who fit the specific criteria of the scholarship. Continue reading Sources of financial help include sponsorship, bursaries, scholarships and loans