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Universities have additional bursaries available to students in addition to all of the funding you can receive from SFE. Most universities have to offer bursaries to people from lower income backgrounds if their courses are charging the highest tuition fees of £9,000.
However, bursaries can be available for a range of reasons for example, to people on particular courses or even for those who've chosen certain accommodation. Some universities also offer academic scholarships which can either be automatic providing the applicant achieves certain grades, or they can also be awarded to applicants who achieved high marks in an external exam set by the university.
To find out more about university specific bursaries contact the university’s student finance office. You'll also be able to find detailed information on their website, at open days or in their applicant information packs.
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