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Ashwin Kadgagia Scholarship

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Ashwin Kagdadia Scholarship supports high-achieving students from a low household income.

Key Facts

Type of award: Scholarship
Value: £1,500 or £500 (see below)
Application deadline/process: Automatic (see below)

Overview

Ashwin Kagdadia kindly provides us with £5,000 per year to help eight financially challenged students throughout the duration of their three or four-year courses. The qualifying criteria for eligible students include being a full fee-paying UK student who comes from a household with an income of less than £30,000 and having specific high levels of academic attainment.

How is the value received? 

You will be selected based on the information you provide as part of your university application based on the criteria below. You will be informed if you are eligible for this award once you have enrolled at with us.

The scholarship payment is made in two instalments, in October/November and January each year.

Eligibility

To receive the £1500 award you must be:

  • A UK/Home student
  • 1st year undergraduate
  • Pay full-time tuition fees for an on-campus course
  • Have a household income of below £30,000 per annum that is assessed by your award authority and have given consent for this information to be shared by us; and
  • Be studying a non-funded course, this means you must not be entitled to receive any additional government support (e.g. NHS Bursary)
  • Attain high achieving grades via the UCAS ranking system - achieving a minimum of 160 UCAS points

To receive the £500 award you must be:

  • A UK/Home student
  • 1st year undergraduate (Level 4)
  • Pay full-time tuition fees for an on-campus course
  • Have a household income of below £30,000 per annum that is assessed by your award authority and have given consent for this information to be shared by us; and
  • Be studying a non-funded course, this means you must not be entitled to receive any additional government support (e.g. NHS Bursary)
  • Attain high achieving grades via the UCAS ranking system - achieving a minimum of 138 UCAS points

How to apply

You do not need to apply for this scholarship, recipients of this scholarship will be contacted automatically following enrolment on their course.

Excludes the following programmes:

Dental Therapy, BSc (Hons) | Nursing with Registered Nurse (Adult), BSc (Hons) | Nursing with Registered Nurse (Learning Disabilities), BSc (Hons) | Nursing with Registered Nurse (Mental Health), BSc (Hons) | Nursing with Registered Nurse (Children & Young People), BSc (Hons) | Midwifery for Registered Nurses, BSc (Hons) | Midwifery, BSc (Hons) | Midwifery for Registered Nurses, BSc (Hons) | Social Work, BA (Hons) | Occupational Therapy, BSc (Hons) | Operating Department Practice, BSc (Hons) | Paramedic Science, BSc (Hons) | Physiotherapy, BSc (Hons) | Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS) | Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) | Pre-sessional English language | Professional placements | Work based learning | Distance learning

*Please refer to the NHS Bursary website for a full list of excluded NHS Bursary programmes.

Student Criteria

This scholarship / bursary is available to the following :

Eligible study levels

Undergraduate

Eligible countries

United Kingdom (UK)