We have a variety of scholarships, bursaries and other funding to help you with tuition fees and living expenses. 

Types of funding

Our scholarships are a mixture of outstanding academic achievement and interview scores combined with personal circumstances. Our bursaries are payments to those who are or may find themselves in financial difficulties without support

  • Scholarships are typically allocated based on your outstanding academic achievements or extracurricular activities.
  • Bursaries are typically allocated based on personal circumstances, such as 'residual household income' - the combined income of the parent(s), guardian(s) or partner who you live with. We assess this automatically, and will be in touch if you're eligible.

Funding opportunities

Those who are eligible for the below scholarships will be contacted by the RVC Admissions team and may be asked to complete an application.

Scholarship  Eligibility  Award  Application deadline 

Study a Master's in Europe Scholarship

For students from any country who are planning to study a master's degree at a European university

€5000 per year

May 2024

Vets Now Ethnic Diversity Nursing Scholarship

For UK / EU students on the FdSc or BSc in Veterinary Nursing course who self-identify as being from an ethnic minority

£2,500 a year

September 2024

Fulbright scholarship

For US citizens who do not reside in the UK who hold or expect to attain a bachelor's degree or equivalent professional training/experience in a relevant field before departure to the UK

$25,000 for the first year

October 2023

IVC Evidensia Diversity Scholarship

For students from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds

£5,000 per year

September 2024

Chevening Scholarship

For non-British citizens studying any Masters degree


September 2024

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