Undergraduate entry starting in September 2012 or 2013
At LJMU we are committed to ensuring that our students have access to high quality guidance about student funding as well as appropriate financial support. During the 2011/2012 academic year we awarded over £6.5million in bursaries and scholarships enabling talented students from a wide variety of backgrounds to enjoy all the benefits - academic, professional and personal - that result from studying at LJMU.
Apply for your LJMU Scholarship now!
Make sure you apply for your LJMU Scholarship before 7 June 2013 - you could be awarded an annual scholarship worth between £1,000 and £10,000. You only have to complete one application form in order to be considered for one of five different scholarships and they are not just awarded to students getting the best marks. LJMU awards scholarships to students for lots of reasons - in recognition of sporting achievements, voluntary work, musical ability, hobbies - anything in fact that shows you as a successful individual with a range of interests. To find out more about the scholarships and for tips on how to write a successful scholarship application form, click here.
Advice for applicants from Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales
Students from Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland will receive support for tuition and living costs according to the rules laid down by their devolved governments.
European Union students will be entitled to apply for tuition fee loans on the same basis as English students, but will generally not be entitled to loans or grants for living costs.
- You don't have to wait until you've been formally offered a place at LJMU to apply for your student funding
- You don't have to pay your tuition fees up front - as long as you have not been to university before and meet the residency rules you can take out a tuition fee loan
- You don't start paying back your student loans until you are earning at least £21,000
Got a question about student funding?
Tel: 0151 904 6056 / 6057