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    I was just reading this and the end of this paragraph caught my eye.

    £3,000 a year for all full-time undergraduate courses. Bursaries £800 a year for students from the poorest backgrounds to all students with a family income of less than around £32,000. Students who qualify for a bursary and achieve more than 28 points at A-level (AAB or equivalent) eligible for scholarship of £1,200 a year.
    Knowing that I will recieve the bursary, and if all goes to plan-- I get 'AAB' or better, how do I go about applying for this scholarship? Or should I wait until I get to uni? Also, it mentions points, can I include my AS level 'a' grade in General Studies or my AS level 'b' grade in Physics?

    Is that for 05 entry or 06?

    Theres a similar thing going on at Manchester offering those with AAA and poorest backgrounds a scholarship. It turns out it was for 06 entry. :-/
    • Thread Starter

    Good point, it would suggest '06 with the £3000 fee's.
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