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    http://www.lancs.ac.uk/ugfinance/bursaries.htm

    on this website it says people with income between 17,910 and 27,120 get £500 if lancaster feel that you will benefit from it, does everyone get it??

    i am getting some grant from the government so will i get this £500 bursary??
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    i'm getting the full £1000 quid

    you get 300 quid in october and 700 in like feb i think.

    how muh grant are you getting from the government? if you're getting the full amount then you'll get 1,000 from lancater. if your getting a partial grant and your parental income is under 25k then you'll get 500.

    you automatically get it, it just depends on your household income.

    if household income is below 17k then you get the full government grant and lancaster grant.
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    you get a letter in the internal post at the end of october. it will tell you how much you'll get xx
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    I'll get the full amount methinks. Yey for free money.
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    I was told that I would get my £1000 bursary thingy in feb. However, mine wasn't the income assessed one, it was the one for putting them as your first choice and getting better grades. hooray (turns out, 1 mark in physics, was worth 1000 quid!)
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    (Original post by ChJaRo)
    I was told that I would get my £1000 bursary thingy in feb. However, mine wasn't the income assessed one, it was the one for putting them as your first choice and getting better grades. hooray (turns out, 1 mark in physics, was worth 1000 quid!)
    They are 2 different things. The bursary is the money paid in 2 installments to students from low income families. The one off £1000 payment for higher grades is the scholarship. The scholarship can carry on into years 2 and 3 if you get high enough marks in your uni exams.
    There is nothing to stop you getting both. (I do - whoop - free money!)
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    what about the scholarship for the higher grades and the £1000 a year for doing the subject? can you get both?
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    (Original post by nolybear)
    what about the scholarship for the higher grades and the £1000 a year for doing the subject? can you get both?
    no as far as i know, i read on the webiste you cannot get the scholarship if your subject carries a bursary already. unlucky. although, i dont really think that that is fair, since you still met requirements on both aspects.
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    im not getting alot of a grant from the government about 150 so will i get any from lancaster??
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    (Original post by NothernPompey)
    im not getting alot of a grant from the government about 150 so will i get any from lancaster??

    I think you get £500... not 100% sure though.
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    (Original post by NothernPompey)
    im not getting alot of a grant from the government about 150 so will i get any from lancaster??
    i very much doubt you'll get anything from lancaster mate.
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    (Original post by nolybear)
    what about the scholarship for the higher grades and the £1000 a year for doing the subject? can you get both?
    nope, you can not get the two. just one. although you can either get one of those and a grant.
 
 
 
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