Funding and awards
Payments made to students include tuition fee awards, maintenance payments, scholarships and University prizes.
Find out about the processes involved and actions for schools to take. Access resources and forms.
Postgraduate scholarships database
Link to the postgraduate scholarships database which provides details of the scholarships available to taught and research postgraduates.
Funding for disabled students
The main source of funding for disabled students from the UK is the Disabled Students' Allowance.
Tuition fee Scholarships and awards
University departments may make tuition fee awards to students, for example the alumni bursary or as part of a postgraduate research scholarship. To do this, departments should use a FA1 form. Guidance on how to complete a form is below.
The Student Funding team, within the Student Education Service, processes awards made to students on behalf of their School (for example, as part of a postgraduate maintenance award) or on behalf of a University Service.
Undergraduate research and leadership scholarships
These scholarships provide funding from alumni to enable undergraduate students to develop their research and leadership capability by taking part in established academic research projects.
The Leeds Bursary is only available to undergraduates who started their course between 1 August 2006 and 1 August 2012. There's no need for students to apply - if they qualify the University will email them at their University email account.
The University awards student prizes at twice-yearly graduation ceremonies, in summer and in December. This page explains how prizes are given and processed.
Former University of Leeds students may be eligible for a university-wide 10% alumni tuition fee bursary.