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 circumstance, 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.
Those who are eligible for the below scholarships will be contacted by the RVC Admissions team and may be asked to complete an application.
|Bursary for Postgraduate Taught Courses||For Home/UK undergraduate student on a master's degree with outstanding academic performance||Discretionary amount (typically £5,000+ per recipient)||June 2024|
|Commonwealth Master’s Scholarships||For students from Member countries of the Commonwealth||£1,330 per month||September 2024|
|Commonwealth Shared Scholarship Scheme (DFID)||For students from Member countries of the Commonwealth||Full fee waiver||March 2024|
|Fees Bursary for PhD applicants from non UK/EU countries||For overseas (non-EU) PhD students taking into account information supplied in their application form, curriculum vitae and at an interview||£5,000 per year||September 2024|