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UCL Undergraduate Bursary rates for continuing students

Below are the bursary rates for new and current students who started their studies prior to September 2021.

For information on eligibility and assessment, please see our main UCL Undergraduate Bursary webpage. The bursary rates for continuing students are:

2020/21, 2019/20, 2018/19, 2017/18 starters

Household incomeCash bursary
Less than or equal to £16,000£2,500
More than £16,000 and less than or equal to £25,000£1,500
More than £25,000 and less than or equal to £37,000£1,000
More than £37,000 and less than or equal to £42,875£500

2016/17 starters

Household incomeCash bursary
Less than or equal to £12,000£2,000
More than £12,000 and less than or equal to £25,000£1,500
More than £25,000 and less than or equal to £37,000£1,000
More than £37,000 and less than or equal to £42,875£500

2015/16 starters

Household incomeCash bursary
Less than or equal to £12,000£3,000
More than £12,000 and less than or equal to £25,000£2,000
More than £25,000 and less than or equal to £42,875£1,000

2014/15 starters

Household incomeCash bursary
Less than or equal to £25,000£2,000
More than £25,000 and less than or equal to £42,620£1,000

*For the 2020/21 academic year only, the above rates were increased by £850 for band 1, £650 for band 2, £500 for band 3, and £300 for band 4.  For example, if you started your programme in 2016/17 and were in band 1 (£0-£12k household income), the bursary rate was £2850

**EU students who started their undergraduate programme in 2020/21, or earlier, will remain eligible for the bursary scheme for the duration of their programme of study.